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bed protection ideas

What do you guys use to protect the bedsides when working out of the truck?

I was thinking of cutting 2x12's to line the inside bed sides. Any other thoughts or pictures?
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I was thinking of using diamond plate behind the bed rail and a piece of angle at the bottom behind the diamond plate riveted to the angle for strength know what I mean
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I was thinking of using diamond plate behind the bed rail and a piece of angle at the bottom behind the diamond plate riveted to the angle for strength know what I mean
i was thinking of doing something similar. how do you plan on mounting it behind the bed rail?
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i was thinking of doing something similar. how do you plan on mounting it behind the bed rail?
i was thinking aluminum rivets smooth look and firm
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i was thinking of using small bolts with caged nuts. i want mine to be removeable to clean out behind them if need be
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