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Old 03-08-2011, 07:37 PM
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Another bedliner question

I'd like your guys opinion, I have an Ecoboost coming any day now & had just about decided on spray-in but after reading about dual liner not sure now. Which one would you recommend if you're hauling a lot of firewood? I'd like to prevent the dents to the wheel wells & floor as much as possible.
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Have you considered a BedRug?
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Old 03-09-2011, 11:59 AM
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From what others have told me about it, small stuff from the firewood hauling would be difficult to remove, like pine needles, etc.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:23 PM
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Well you couldn't sweep it out easily but a vacuum or pressure washer would work just fine.

The upside is your bed will still be like new.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:03 PM
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The Dual Liner is the way to go! I haul bricks, C blocks, compactors, and scaffold Dual Liner has the best dent protection for those critical areas (the floor and the wheel wells). I would destroy a spray on in less than a year. I have had the dual liners for several years and they still look great and do there job well. I like that I can take the Dual Liner out to clean the truck too. The Dual Liner bed liner is the best bed liner I have ever owned!
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:17 PM
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Does it fit to the sides & corners real close? One thing I don't care for on the one piece liners is the way they aren't close-fitting, esp. in the corners. I hate to lose that little bit of space, (I haul my dirt bikes & the 6.5 bed is really too short the way it is). Makes the difference in whether I can close the tailgate or not.
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It fits tight to the sheet metal, so no wasted space what so ever. This Dual Liner installation video shows it really good Bed Liner Installation - Bedliner Installation Videos
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Thanks, I think that's the way I'll go.
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Add Dual Liner to my list of liners to compare when I get my truck
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I just put one in my truck & I'm satisfied with it. Good fit as claimed & doesn't take up wasted space in the corners like the one-piece units I've had.
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Ask a dealer for a BedRug sample, and get it dirty. Then see how easy it is to hose/sweep off.

Made me decide to go with a Spray in.
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Made me decide to go with a Spray in.
Most spray-ins are tough and if you get the right one, is WAY nicer looking than a gray rug or plastic/rubber combo.

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Use a trailer, problem solved .... You are welcome....
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installed my Dual Liner today, nice combo, couple things I would add are using bolts to tie down the lower half of the tailgate cover(tailgate step owners can ignore), I will be using rivnuts and bolting that section down, could fit just a little tighter up front, but all in all will fit my needs great. Rubber mat is sticky, aint nothing sliding around back there.

Will install an Extang Fulltilt tomorrow after work.
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