Got away yesterday. Really nice riding day. This building was built in the mid-1930's by young men of Civilian Conservation Corps. They did several stone buildings like this in the area-all still maintained and utilized.
I got this P360 in May 2016. In service almost 5 years exactly for first owner. Now 5 years, 3.5 months with me, and overall average miles per hours have gone from 9.5 when I purchased to 11.6 as of yesterday. Ride this wheeler about 60% on pavement-twisty fun roads with speed limit 30, and that's what we do most of the time so mph are up.
I've had this doohickey on the truck for 14 years now. Bought from Highlifter. It's called a Cabsaver. Made by Alcoa. Rubber chocks go down in stake pocket holes and turn the bolt to tension them. Loosen and just lift it off. I remember Kawasaki dealer in Cheyenne saying guys come in and had broken out their back window or bent the front of the truck bed. Have never seen anyone else with one. It keeps P360s in ideal riding spot-rear tires are just inside tailgate.