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I ordered this pad intending to use it on my first generation Toyota Tundra. As other users have mentioned, it's made for the newer trucks that flair at the top of the tailgate. I certainly could have made this work on my truck, but, it wasn't quite right. Additionally, I like to be able to throw my topper on my truck while leaving my pad on. Because of the extra material in the top of the pad, the glass on the shell would not have closed.

Pretty cool setup for one of the newer pick ups without a topper. Not ideal for the 'ol ones.


Hey Chris, I used the Tracker2 for many years. It's a great beacon, and it's also pretty simple. That being said, I really think it's worth it to spring for the Pulse. You can leave the factory settings in place for now and then as you grow in your backcountry skiing, you can customize it. I honestly feel like this is the easiest beacon out there to use. There's a reason so many heli ski companies are making this the beacon their clients use. It's stupid easy to use, and that's what you want when it hits the fan. (Be sure to practice too).

As for the mammut to mammut, that's bogus. That being said, the newer beacons are easier to find because of the way they send out their pulse. It's complicated, but the short version is that the new beacons isolate the different signals based on the leading edge of incoming signals. The newer beacons are built for this and thus, a group of new beacons will be easier to find in a multiple beacon search, than a group of old beacons. Hope that helps!

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I spent the last 5 months behind these shades fighting wildfire in Canada. I've got a fairly small face and they fit me well. I found the Black Iridium lenses to be great in nearly all light conditions, super sunny to overcast. Most importantly for me, they offer great eye protection and they are ANSI impact protection approved which means I can wear them on the fireline instead of lame safety glasses. The lenses are a bit scratched now, but, I feel like I got my $'s worth out of them, and I'm admittedly a bit hard on things. Frames still function great despite being stepped on, dropped, etc....