From the “why didn’t I think of that” file: a set of “blocks” with thick, rubber-spiked feet that fit into truck bed liner grooves to hold cargo. You can friction-fit them in place to hold down boxes, then remove them to slide in a sheet of plywood. Genius!
Their shape is brilliant as well, with a 90-degree “cut in” for boxes, a concave-curved side for chocking wheels, and a convex side for everything else. And they’re made of plastic and rubber, so you can just hose ’em off without fear of corrosion
if when they get dirty.
Obviously these won’t replace ratchet-straps to hold down heavy items like a toolbox full of tools, but they’d be perfect for stowing boxes or a small lawn mower.
Street Pricing starts at $20 per set.