DECKED CargoGlide Extends Truck-Bed Utility

DECKED reveals CargoGlide, a heavy-duty sliding bed platform that makes loading, unloading, organizing, and accessing gear for work and play more efficient. CargoGlide allows owners to store and easily retrieve heavy and bulky items like welders, compressors, heavy-duty tools, refrigerators, spare tires, rescue gear, boxes, and more without crawling into the back of the truck.
With the pull of a lever, CargoGlide rolls forward out of the truck bed from its locked position. Extending past the end of the bed by as much as 100%, CargoGlide puts gear that would be otherwise out of reach at chest level.

“CargoGlide literally extends the floor of the bed out behind the truck, giving full and unrestricted access to gear and cargo,” said DECKED VP of Marketing, Greg Randolph. “Truck owners with bed caps will find CargoGlide especially useful, as it enables them to easily and safely use and access every corner truck bed.”
More than a standalone storage solution, the CargoGlide sliding tray is designed to complement the DECKED Drawer System. Bolting CargoGlide atop the DECKED Drawer System is the ultimate solution in truck-bed utility. Owners can store heavy equipment on the CargoGlide.
Beneath it, they can secure tools and smaller gear inside the Drawer System’s two full-length drawers.
CargoGlide is a particularly vital choice for any truck owner with a cap installed over their truck bed. That’s because CargoGlide lets owners easily use every inch of their bed with the accessible sliding tray -– eliminating the need to climb into, and around, a height-restricted bed to find the right tool.
DECKED CargoGlide comes in 1,000-, 1,500-, and 2,200-pound payload options, with either 75% or 100% extension of the tray available. The 1,000-lb, 75% extension option is compatible with the DECKED Drawer System, enabling a truly multifaceted approach to organizing and accessing gear.

CargoGlide is available for most full-size and mid-size trucks and cargo vans. Constructed from powder coated American steel and industrial, marine-grade plywood coated with a thermoplastic top sheet, CargoGlide is rugged enough for the harshest work environments. That means it will perform flawlessly on the jobsite as well as the great outdoors. Gear can be easily secured to the CargoGlide by affixing straps to the side rails with infinitely adjustable cargo tie down locations.
CargoGlide is also easy to install — 30 minutes is all it takes. It comes pre-assembled, so installation is as simple as drilling according to the instructions, installing the hardware and bolting it down.
CargoGlide is available to purchase online now at as well as nationwide through DECKED’s network of 2,500 dealers.
CargoGlide Model Overview:

Model Extension Length Payload MSRP
CG1000 70% 1,000 lbs. $1,331.39
CG1000XL 100% 1,000 lbs. $2,183.09
CG1500 70% 1,500 lbs. $1,722.54
CG1500XL 100% 1,500 lbs. $2,823.06
CG2200XL 100% 2,200 lbs. $2,971.46

Based in Ketchum, Idaho, with production facilities and manufacturing in Defiance, OH, and St. George, UT, DECKED designs, engineers, and manufactures storage and organization products for pickup trucks and cargo vans. Since 2014, DECKED has been passionately dedicated to making working and recreating out of trucks and vans more efficient, safe and convenient. To learn more visit or call 208-806-0251.

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