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First of all, thanks to everyone for your help on my first post..hoping my second goes that well.
I have a questions for any Dual Liner owners on this forum...
I am leaning towards the dual liner instead of a spray-in. However, I have two questions first.
1. Does the dual liner scratch up the paint in the bed?
2. Can material get between the sidewalls and floor mat, thus scratching it.
I have owned several other types of liners and found that after a while they wouldn't hold up to the abuse that I gave them. I mostly carry concrete block and brick, so I would say I am extra hard on them. The dual liners mat tucks into the sidewalls and this keeps most of the sand and stuff out. I would have to say that I do get some dust under the mat though, but it is really fine so it has not caused any damage (you can roll up the mat and spray it out really easily). As far as scratching the paint goes, I have not had any problems with that. Each of the panels fit tightly against the sides of the box and there is no room for the panel to wiggle around. Here is a link to the ford bed liner install page, Ford Bed Liner - Bed Liners for Ford Trucks by DualLiner I think the install videos show this the best. I take the dual liner out whenever I wax my truck and the paint looks good as new! I am really happy with my dual liner!
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