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I LOVE this thing! What a difference it makes, especially in the winter. It was easy to assemble and install. The only drawback is that is has a memory, which makes it slightly frustrating to zip right out of the package. I wouldn’t just recommend this product, I would go as far as saying it’s a MUST HAVE!!!
I bought this product right from amazon. I would definitely double check with the main website on the fitting charts because it's very easy to mistake a different model trucks liner for your own.
First off. This liner is sweet. My friends dad has had it for 6 years now and switched it from a Sierra to a Silverado and it fit just fine. It's soft on the feet, yet rough enough for most any of your hauling needs. I am going to mainly use it for drive in theaters and camping, for now. I already hauled furniture the day after I put in this liner and it didn't scratch any paint or wood by simply sliding in a mini fridge and desk.
Second, I would pay a professional shop to put this in. It should only cost around $50 dollars. Wash the bed up real good and wipe the entire thing down with iso-propyl alcohol. 70% is fine and also cheap. Then, take it to the shop because if they screw anything up, like I did, they will have to fix their mistake.
*** It's a very easy installation. I've never done anything like this before so, I tried it with a friend. Definitely use two people for times sake. It took an hour for us both to do it. The liner wasn't perfectly lined up with the bulk head and it caused too much stress on one of the adhesives and it pulled the paint clean off my bed. Either TRIPLE CHECK to make sure everything is snug but not too tight, or have a pro do it. I can't just restick it because the paint is stuck to it now. I ordered more 3m adhesive double sided velcro strips online which you can get at local hardware stores or Walmart. I'll fix the problem myself.
This liner can be swapped into similar size beds. All you need to do is buy more adhesive for the new application. That makes this product a winner. It's an awesome liner and I'm giving it five stars because I believe what happened was purely user error. I'll post a picture soon.
This is truly an awesome bed liner! I've had a couple of the plastic liners and my son-in-law has a spray-in. I liked the spray-in over the plastic until I found this BedRug which absolutely rocks. Easy as pie to install. Did it myself and saved the $125 a local installer wanted to charge (heck, if I could get $125 for each install of these liners I'd be in the money for sure!). Took me all of 30 minutes to read the instructions and install. The time consuming part was preparing the bed of the truck which needed to be washed, dried and wiped down with alcohol to ensure the velcro tabs adhere properly. No big deal. It fit like a glove and really finishes the bed of the truck off nicely. I like the softness on my knees compared to the other two options. It seems super durable. I've made a number of dump runs hauling construction debris (wood with exposed nails, broken concrete, etc.) and garden supplies. When it gets dirty I just use my leaf blower and it cleans up pretty well. Haven't washed it yet with my power washer but I suspect that will hold up well too. I can't say enough about this liner. I would buy again in a heartbeat and would highly recommend to anyone who wants a nice finish to their truck bed. No hesitation.
Nice product. I have had this for about a year now and i have had no issues with durability. I have hauled a load of sand and a couple loads of dirt. I just vacuumed with my shop vac as you the inside of the truck. Be careful when attempting this since the sand particles create a lot of friction inside the vacuum hose and cause you to recieve quite the shock from the metal sides of the bed. Use insulated gloves when vacuuming. The install was not difficult but an extra set of hands does help. Clean the bed with rubbing alcohol and some old rags thoroughly before attaching the velcro strips. The only place that I have seen the velcro strips separate from the bed is at the top left side rear of the bed. This is possibly due to me not cleaning that site as well as I should have and rain and dirt are doing their thing.
With a tonneau cover it's like having a huge trunk. The item was delivered very quickly. The design is brilliant. Ingenious how the sides simply zip to the bottom part. The Velcro strips are easy to work with. I elected to remove the four tie down fixtures. Then I used an awl to determine where the bolts should penetrate the rug for a nice tight fit when re-installing the tie downs. The rug fit the bed of my 2013 F-150 regular cab like a glove.
Great fit, and MUCH better than those other rubbery bed mats. Items slide in and out of the truck bed easily yet stay in place while the truck is moving. On rubber mats things are always sticking/grabbing to the mat as you try to load them. Small debris can be bruited out with a broom in most cases, or vacuumed. This liner is carpet so you will want to have some sort of bed cover it you use it.