Diabolical slipstream and slide floor

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Figured I would post this in case others were interested. I installed the Diabolical Slipstream and the slide floor in the Braptor recently and couldn’t be happier. They are both great products and very high quality. Any questions I had I just called and spoke to the owner direct and he walked me through them over FaceTime and was very helpful. If you are thinking about ordering either of these you won’t regret it. American made and it shows all the way through from the packaging to the materials used and the powder coating.
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Very Nice, appears to maximize storage, offers security, protection from heat, etc. Thanks for sharing. I've used anti-skid in cargo area's, just thinking it could be slippery for the cargo, although in removing that Big Yeti that could be a good thing. I found black 1/4" yoga mat held things the best.
 
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The slide floor is definitely slippery. I just put the coolers on there to show what it could hold and the height of the lid when enclosed. I have already put down some of that cabinet liner material that is very similar to a yoga mat.
 

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Thanks for sharing! I can definitely see how the slide floor could be very handy. Are you planning on having the top off a lot and that's why you went with the slipstream cover? I assume it has a good load rating and you can stack stuff on top of it as well?
 
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Yes and no. I do plan to ride with top and doors off at some point and just wanted the option to have a secure place to put things when the time comes. For now I am trying to seal in that new car smell and I just had all the windows ceramic tinted so I can't roll them down anyway for 5 days. Ha. It is definitely heavy duty and you can easily stack things on top of it. You just pop 6 pins out and pull the whole cover out as well if you want to make it completely open again. It is definitely versatile and quick to convert back to the full cargo space size. The back panel is 4 pins and once that is out you are basically back to the stock rear end set up. I just wanted options for secure storage when things get wild and tops come off.
 

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I for one will have the top off for months at a time once Spring hits and am planning on a secure cargo enclosure. This looks like a better solution than the Tuffy Deluxe Enclosure in that it provides more storage space and is easier to collapse if needed. The one issue I can’t get past is the cost as it’s almost 2x the price of the Tuffy/Ford. With a 10% off deal with Tuffy, it comes out to just over $500 for that one as opposed to $1200 for the Diabolical.
 
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It was a bit pricey, but my plan with this vehicle is to basically keep it forever. With the Braptor being what it is and what it is capable of even in its stock form it will stay with me or the fam for a long while. With that being the case I didn't want to spend my hard earned cash on things that I was unsure of or didn't want to stare at for years. HA. After having it for a few months now I couldn't be happier with it. Even if I don't have the enclosure on and the top is off anything I store in the under floor rear compartments is still safe because with the back door locked there is now way to get under the slide floor. It is like an added layer of security and also provides convenience.
 

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It was a bit pricey, but my plan with this vehicle is to basically keep it forever. With the Braptor being what it is and what it is capable of even in its stock form it will stay with me or the fam for a long while. With that being the case I didn't want to spend my hard earned cash on things that I was unsure of or didn't want to stare at for years. HA. After having it for a few months now I couldn't be happier with it. Even if I don't have the enclosure on and the top is off anything I store in the under floor rear compartments is still safe because with the back door locked there is now way to get under the slide floor. It is like an added layer of security and also provides convenience.
Can you still easily access the under storage with that slide in there? Looks good
 
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Can you still easily access the under storage with that slide in there? Looks good
Yes. All you have to is press the levers on the right and left of it to pull it out. Slide it all the way until it stops and then press the buttons once more and slide it just a tad further and it will allow access to the under floor compartments or you could take the floor completely out as well. It is as easy as it is tough and durable. I typically don't even have the enclosure back and lid on because I mostly have the top on, but the slide floor stays. One thing I really like about it is that even if I have the top off and don't have the enclosure on as long as the doors are locked that slide floor still adds another layer of security to what is underneath because the back door would have to be unlocked to get under it.
 

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