Below are our quick guide articles when considering Kimbo as a good fit with your truck or future truck purchase. These major categories provide needed advice and perspective to important questions from truck bed dimensions to payload capacity and more. If you have further questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most trucks are more than capable of carrying the Kimbo. Payload Capacity is the combined weight of cargo and passengers that your vehicle can carry. The DOT decal is black and white and usually located on the B-pillar or the edge of the driver's door. For specifics and recommendations please click on our Payload Guideline for more in depth explanations.
E-rated tires are an upgrade we don't recommend going without. See our Tire Guide for more information.
Truck Bed Preparation
Before putting the Kimbo in your truck bed, there are a few things to take into consideration to properly prepare. Please view our Truck Bed Prep Guide for more information.
Key Truck Measurements
With consideration of truck bed liners, bulkheads, and aftermarket additions, each truck bed can differ from manufacturer's listed specifications. It is important to measure your truck bed and other key dimensions to insure proper fit. Please reference our Truck Fit Guide for all dimensions.
Key Dimensions - Kimbo
The Kimbo fits a standard 6 foot box. When checking for proper fit, look for additional clearance height considerations such as a roof racks, antennas, etc. To make an informed decision please reference our Kimbo Fit Guide.
Extensions to Fit Full-Size Trucks
We provide large truck owners solutions for height of truck bed from ground as well as width considerations. This is needed for the newest generations of Chevy, Ram, Ford, Tundra, and Nissan. Please see For Large Trucks PDF Guide for more illustrations and details.