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Icon7 Where to buy Bed-Mat?

I'm wanting to buy one of those rubber drop in mats, The dealership has them for $100+ I know I can find something of same quality or thicker from other companies, but I have no idea where to look, I'd like to stay away from shipping anything.

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so you guys who have them post up photos and prices
I don't need opinions or suggestions to go with other ideas (ie: rhino lining, etc)
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Here is one Free shipping


Whole bunch

If u dont like those try pepboys or autozone
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Ford dealer part.....it's pretty plain, but it's like 3/8 thick, heavy, and beefy. Craigslist find.
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I'm going to say it so don't beat me, JC WHITNEY! Free shipping most of the time too.
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well I called around locally, and of course nobody has any for the Ford ranger... that's how it always is, they make me feel like a dummy for asking about the thing... so I'm just gonna call the Dealership Monday and get me a nice mat...
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heck yeah... but you gotta pay to play, as they say...
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well well... I called the dealership today and I got a suprise, he said that some man w/ a splash came in to pickup a drop in bedliner, but it wouldnt fit(ie: fleetside bedliner) so he said that he would sell me the under the line drop in for the same price as those rubber mats, :-D woo... those drop ins are easily $300 from ford... so tomorrow I'm going to get it installed, feels good to get a good deal esp. from a ford place...
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Yeah fords cost to you is 300, but Their cost on the bedliner is Like $110 thats what i got mine at because my dads friend is the parts manager.
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yeah my mom is friends with the parts man.ager here, its the place where I SHOULD have bought my 07...
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hell my 07 came with the bedliner for free, when i first saw the truck it didnt have one in it I came back the next weekend and they had one in it with a price of $299 as part of the deal i told them I wanted it taken out because I have the same bedliner in my 98 I was going to take out and put in it when I was going to sell the 98...

Well I picked it up and they never took it out because they were prob to lazy to and forgot so I got the free bedliner the salesman knew to he just said keep quiet and dont say anything to any of the other salesman or anything. I figured they would leave it in to.
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lol... well I'm hoping this is an under the rail bedliner, I saw online that they bolt it down using the bed bolts, which is a good thing... turns out I'm getting my door panel thing fixed, pass door re-aligned, and bedliner all on friday... and I looked today they know offer a keypad for all 07-08 rangers... no drilling req. so I might be checking on that as well... :-)
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lol... well I'm hoping this is an under the rail bedliner, I saw online that they bolt it down using the bed bolts, which is a good thing... turns out I'm getting my door panel thing fixed, pass door re-aligned, and bedliner all on friday... and I looked today they know offer a keypad for all 07-08 rangers... no drilling req. so I might be checking on that as well... :-)
Theres no such thing as a bolt in bedliner using the bedbolts from ford.

all you just is pick it up in the middle of the bedliner and the sides go at an angle and then slide under the bedrails. It helps if you do it in a sunny day as the bedliner folds easier because of the heat and the plastic moves better. It takes all of 5 mins to put in and take out.

The tailgate part of th bedliner comes with new hardware to faster it to the gate with longer screws thats must be what your talking about because the bedliner doesnt fasten to the bed with the bed bolts.
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from what i saw it looks like it bolts using the big grey bed bolts, but hey I was kinda thinking they wouldn't do that... and yeah on the tailgate, my old ranger had that... so you like your bedliner?
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from what i saw it looks like it bolts using the big grey bed bolts, but hey I was kinda thinking they wouldn't do that... and yeah on the tailgate, my old ranger had that... so you like your bedliner?
Yeah they are good bedliners just watch when they install the tailgate piece and put the new screws in that hold it in to the tailgate and the panel behind it should be 8 that they dont misthread or strip them out.

It does it's job on my new truck though Its pretty loud I can hear it bouncing against the bed by the tailgate.
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I'll have pictures tomorrow
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