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Old 10-04-2009
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Plastic bedliner

what is needed to take a plastic bed liner out?? THANKS
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i wouldnt mind know either but i want to take mine out too and clean underneath.
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Two hands?
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just lift the middle and have a friend pop out the sides and lift away you will need torx wrenches for the thing on the tailgate
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You also may need to remove the hooks on the side of bed. At least i know i would.
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haha.. like there's no clips or anything??
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Not on my old one, just pull up in the middle and it will come right out
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Yeah. . . .i think you just need a little M A N and it'll come right out.
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My old one had 4 screws, but you should be able to figure out how to get it out in less than two seconds by looking at it.
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was gonnna say use a small cutoff wheel and go right down the middle, front to back. then lift out the two pieces.
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all i need is an allen wrench, really easy
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You need to get the bedliner removal tool from a ford dealer(You may be able to rent this from autozone, pep boys...etc), also ask about the bedliner removal fluid, it will make it easier to get the liner out once this stuff is applied...I believe you allow it to soak in for about an hour before removal.
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You need to get the bedliner removal tool from a ford dealer(You may be able to rent this from autozone, pep boys...etc), also ask about the bedliner removal fluid, it will make it easier to get the liner out once this stuff is applied...I believe you allow it to soak in for about an hour before removal.
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