Jammock Truck Bed Hammock
- Supports Up To 400Lbs
- 56" X 56" In Size
- Can Be Mounted On 60"X90" Bed
- Bed Must Be 20" Deep
Jammock Truck Bed Hammock.
Whether you are out on the trail with your truck, or tailgating at a football game, having a place to relax is key. This Jammock Truck Bed Hammock from CJ Pony Parts can be setup in minutes and ready for ultimate relaxation! The Truck Bed Hammock (14325) is a durable, functional and comfortable addition to your truck. It is constructed from polyester webbing and includes O-rings, NRS heavy-duty cam buckles, and wire J-hooks. This truck bed hammock is simple to install and can be used in many ways such as a cargo net, a Tonneau cover, and of course as a hammock.
- 56" x 56" (79" diagonally-- a grown adult, provided he is under 7 feet tall, will fit just fine)
- Attachment straps will allow it to fit almost all truck beds, tested on truck bed 60" x 90" with no issues.
- Bed must be at least 20" deep
- U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) compliant (i.e.: safe for children, cargo net gap size is under 3.5" x 3.5")
- Working load limit of 400 lbs.
- 6,000 lbs, 2" polyester
- 4,500 lbs, 1" polyester webbing
- 10,000 lbs, 2" O-rings
- (4) 2,000 lbs, 1" NRS Heavy-Duty Cam Buckles
- (4) 3,300 lbs, 1" wire J-Hooks (vinyl coated)
Truck bed requirements:
- Four stake pockets to accept the 1" wire J-hooks (wire J-hooks require 5/8" x 5/16" profile to fit) or drill your own holes
- Stake pockets must be a minimum of 60" from each other (maximum of 72" from each other), see picture below
- Truck bed should be at least 18" deep, from top of the stake pocket to the floor (to prevent your butt from hitting the floor)
- Installs in about one minute
-Hammock off the vehicle
Order this Jammock 14325 Truck Bed Hammock from CJ Pony Parts today!
This product will fit the following F-150 years:
This product will fit the following Ram years:
This product will fit the following Silverado years:
This product will fit the following Tacoma years:
This product will fit the following Tundra years: