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- Jul 8, 2020
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- Santa Cruz
- 2014 Zero S, 2013 Mazda 3
Yes. You really want to unload a couple tons of gear to get to the tire? If you go somewhere you need spares, put them on the tail or over the tonneau. That way you can get to them easily and back on the trail/work.So I should sacrifice bed space for a job site in order to have a spare tire?
There's no safe place if you go somewhere truly dusty or sandy. I had to strip out some of the carpet to get the mud out from last year's trip.
I hope they use good weatherstripping or gaskets. One of the things I hated about my Ram w/ Rambox living in a dusty area is that it was poorly sealed. Boxes were cool for stuff you didn't mind getting dirty, but if you wanted stuff to stay clean the cabin was the only safe place. That's even with a hard tonneau.