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SR disambig icon.svg This article is about the flatbed in the third and fourth games. For the vehicle in the Ultor Exposed DLC, see Runner.

The Flatbed is a vehicle in Saints Row: The Third[1] and Saints Row IV.[2][3]

Overview[]

The vehicle's name suggests that it is a flatbed truck which is used for transporting any sort of goods.

In Saints Row: The Third, the Flatbed is used to transport a bomb, stolen from the SNG's Guard Armory[4] to destroy the Syndicate Tower.[5] The vehicle is also used by Deckers to steal a powerful "learning computer" from the PR Center.[6] The last time it is used to either destroy the zombie virus or give it to Oleg.[7]

In Saints Row IV, the Flatbed is used by the Saints to get the Key which overloads the Simulation 31 and helps to find and kill Zinyak.[8]

Locations[]

The Flatbed is a common vehicle but it also has some locations where it is always parked:

Modifications[]

Saints Row: The Third

The Flatbed has few Vehicle Customization options. The available Wheel Sizes are 12-12 and the Wheel Width cannot be customised.

Mods
  • 1 Bed Options
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
Saints Row IV

The Flatbed has few Vehicle Customization options. The Wheel Size and Wheel Width cannot be customized.

Mods
  • 1 Bed Options
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color (2 sections)
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color

Variants[]

Saints Row: The Third
  • Rough (20%) (Non-customisable)
  • Average (80%) (Non-customisable)
  • MS06 (0%) (Non-customisable)
  • MS09 (0%) (Non-customisable)
  • MS15 (0%) (Non-customisable)
  • MS19 (0%) (Non-customisable)
Saints Row IV
  • Rough (20%) (Non-customisable)
  • Average (80%) (Non-customisable)
  • Key (0%)
  • Flatbed (0%)

Trivia[]

  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in any game.
  • Flatbed recembles a Mack TerraPro.
  • The Flatbed is based on the Runner, a truck in the Saints Row 2 DLC Ultor Exposed. It has the same internal vehicle name, which means it is the same vehicle.
  • In Saints Row 2, "Flatbed" is the name of a trailer which attaches to the Peterliner.
  • The name "Flatbed" is a real life term for this sort of vehicle, and is one of the most true to life titles of any vehicle in the series. Another vehicles with real life titles are an Ambulance, Backhoe, Bulldozer and a Forklift.
  • The Flatbed was first revealed in the Swimming Lessons video from GameSpot.[9]

Gallery[]

The Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third

Rough Variant in Saints Row: The Third

Average Variant in Saints Row: The Third

MS06 variant in Saints Row: The Third. Used in "The Belgian Problem"

MS15 variant in Saints Row: The Third. Used in "Learning Computer"

MS19 variant in Saints Row: The Third. Used in "Zombie Attack"

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

Flatbed in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

The Flatbed in IGN Gameplay Footage for Saints Row IV

Flatbed in Saints Row IV

Flatbed in Saints Row IV

Flatbed in Saints Row IV

"Key" Variant in Saints Row IV. Used in "Grand Finale"

Flatbed in Saints Row IV

Flatbed in Saints Row IV

"Key" Variant in Saints Row IV

"Key" Variant in Saints Row IV

Average variant in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Average) - front in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Average) - rear in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Average) - side in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Flatbed) - front in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Flatbed) - rear in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Flatbed) - side in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Key) - front in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Key) - rear in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Key) - side in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Rough) - front in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Rough) - rear in Saints Row IV

Flatbed (Rough) - side in Saints Row IV


References[]


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