Loading Points

A. Primary Load Points
A. Primary Load Points
B. Secondary Load Areas
C. Cargo Management Option Holes

Structural members (A) and (B) are included in the pick-up box design.

Additional accessories should use these load points. Depending on the accessory design, use a spacer under the accessory at the load points to remove gap. The holes for the Cargo Management System (C) are not intended for attachment of aftermarket equipment. See www.gmupfitter.com for additional pick-up box load bearing structural information.

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