You can only install it on the driver's side. There is another hook on the passenger's side.Question- does it have a bottle opener on both sides of the tailgate and/or can you install the tailgate damper on the right side? I'm assuming you can't because of the mounting bracket.
How many FordPass points? Do you know?here you go. you can use the fordpass points you get from buying the Maverick to get these.
Something like these off amazon could work. One way or another you can find something to replace that tie down.I would like to add this to my Maverick when I get it. I just don’ want to lose my tie down on that side of the tailgate. I could care less about the bottle opener part of it, just a tie down would be nice. If I can figure out a way to add a slimmer/smaller tie down, then I will add this for sure.
The folding variety that @huunvubu mentioned earlier are the only ones that might have a chance of working. If the are fixed like the first three you mentioned they will hit the strut.Something like these off amazon could work. One way or another you can find something to replace that tie down.
You get 42k points, which ends up being worth about $210.How many FordPass points? Do you know?
I was looking at the dimensions of those and they will only work if you pivot them inward. If they are pointing out they will also hit the strut. This is my main issue with this accessory, hope someone finds a permanent solution, then I’m doing it.
This is incredibly clever, and well-executed. Great job!Updated with more bed mat details:
It was a process takes a moderate amount of layout skill. Took about 2-3 hours. I made templates out of thin cardboard. Then transferred to the mat. I used a Hultafors Talmeter to measure the internal spacing and transferred that to the mat to cut(box cutter plus sturdy scissors). Started with the middle mat as you can see with the dog picture. Marked the center of the bed and went from there. Next did each side piece and worked toward the cab. The curved parts were the most time-consuming. Sorry, I don't have more process picks. I just happened to be taking pictures of the dog. The mat is a pretty hefty material. Taped it together with butyl tape. It would take A LOT of force to puncture or tear. I had 3.5 leftover squares. Totaled about $45 in material cost.
This are the hood struts I plan on using: https://www.shopmrt.com/2022-Ford-Maverick-No-Drill-Hood-Struts-80K150-p/80k150.htmNice! Definitely something I plan on adding to my Maverick when I get it. Would like to get a hood strut kit if they offer that too.