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I want to modify my truck bed with...

...a spray-in bed-liner and toolbox and have 4 cargo tie-down loops. Is this possible? I realize the 2 front loops will have to be relocated if it is possible. I like to DIY but I might actually let a professional take care of it. I want something that looks and is better than my current plastic bed liner. And I want a toolbox for storage. And I want the loops in case I want to carry anything that needs to be tied down. What are your thoughts? Who should I take it to? I doubt there is a DIY for something this specific but it would be nice to know how to DIY. By the way, I have not done my research for this kind of job. Where would I take it to pay somebody to do it for me?

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my brother had his done on his 89
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Did he do it his self? I'm thinking about bringing it to the dealer if they do that kind of thing.
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Get a roll on bedliner. Herculiner or something. Then get an in the bed toolbox instead of an over the rail toolbox. Done.
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Get a roll on bedliner. Herculiner or something. Then get an in the bed toolbox instead of an over the rail toolbox. Done.
Sorry but I prefer spray on and over the rail. But I appreciate your input, that is a clever suggestion.
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Ok. Go to a rhino liner of line x dealer. Get your bedliner then buy a toolbox.
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After you get your toolbox installed mount a couple of eyebolts on your toolbox for tiedowns.
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Did he do it his self? I'm thinking about bringing it to the dealer if they do that kind of thing.
He said its a spray on. heres some pics
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I have another question. Can I drill out holes or whatever so that I can have a toolbox and cargo eyes on the bed rail?
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