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Has anyone had any experience or heard anything about the bed rug. They are supposed to be pretty nice and durable. I need a bed liner and I am thinking about looking into this as opposed to a spray in. Let me know what u guys think.

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I've heard nothing but good things about them. They are tough and durable, and nice to sleep on too from what I hear. Personally I wouldn't want to get one unless I had a hard tonneau cover. If I had an open bed, I'd probably go with a spray-on or even a plastic drop-in.
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They are supposed to be weather proof though, but Im not sure about fading from the sun
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gotta a price estimate? i dont see one on the site or te dealer sites?
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they run about 300 bucks.

i wouldn't get the bedrug if you didn't have a tonneau or a camper (like kyle said)

I LOVE my bedrug.. and will buy another one if i had another truck
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So why not get one if u don't have a cover? they supposedly wash off easily and are pretty durable. Just curious on the reasoning. Thanks for the feedback
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So why not get one if u don't have a cover? they supposedly wash off easily and are pretty durable. Just curious on the reasoning. Thanks for the feedback
they are durable, and washes off pretty easy, but it does get REALLY dirty really quick because of all the fibers. And also, they do fade due to sun exposure.. and it doesn't dry as quick as you would like it to.
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I have one and love it. And I've beat the **** of out of it too. It's held up very well. I haven't had any problems with fading, but mine hasn't been bathing in the sun like others do. This past year was the longest my truck has gone without the tonneau on it.
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seen Skots in person he uses the crap out of his mine hardly ever gets used and his looks in the same condition as mine. I LOVE MINE best bed liner over! using it with my Extang Full tilt bed cover is the best IMO...great set up i think...

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really nice to haul wheels around in too keeps them all nice...

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Yeap, I agree with Zach. They are awesome in my opinion. They install easy and are easy to clean.





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when I had my Tonneau i had a BedRug and LOVED it. I actually had it installed for about a month before i had the tonneau installed and it was fine, but i'd suggest getting a tonneau
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man i was lookin at gettin a spray in bedliner, but i'm likin the looks of the bedrug much better! What about like dirt and stuff gettin on it, cause I put my dirtbikes in the back of the trruck often in the summer...judging from everyone's response it shouldn't be too bad to clean off the mud and dirt that'll come off the bikes right?
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Sprays right off.
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Is it like marine grade carpet? That plastic stuff, or is it actual fabric carpet?
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plastic fibers.
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I have really been wanting to get one of these but I can't put a cover on my bed because I have to haul My quad back there. hmmm.... what to do
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Does anyone make a canvas type camper for our trucks that I could take off and install easily. I have seen these for other trucks but Im not sure about our trucks. I like the way they look as well.
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Does anyone make a canvas type camper for our trucks that I could take off and install easily. I have seen these for other trucks but Im not sure about our trucks. I like the way they look as well.
can-back made them they like discontunued them not made anymore
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man i was lookin at gettin a spray in bedliner, but i'm likin the looks of the bedrug much better! What about like dirt and stuff gettin on it, cause I put my dirtbikes in the back of the trruck often in the summer...judging from everyone's response it shouldn't be too bad to clean off the mud and dirt that'll come off the bikes right?
power washer or quater car wash and your good to go...
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power washer or quater car wash and your good to go...
works for me...i'm sold on the idea
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