One thing I have noticed in salt country is that plastic drop in liner trap salt and moisture in the bed causing the beds to rust out. I have a spray in Rhino liner and rubber mat. I also keep the bed covered with a tonneau cover keeps leafs and snow out of bed when loading the camper.
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Charlie, Nancy, and Sarge say HI 2001 Ford F350 Lariat Supercab SRW Diesel 4X4 2001 25C10.6 Bigfoot Camper BOCI Member
I would like to purchase a drop-in bed liner and I would like to have it mailed to my house and I want to install it myself. I have a 2005 Chevy Colorado. I live in UPSTATE NY. Does anyone have any idea what would be a good place to get it from? Please let me know the web address. Thanks.
Here is another vote for the BedRug, I love it also. I've hauled everything from top soil to my camper in it, never have any problems. It cleans easy, it's comfortable to crawl around in and things don't slide on it. It will take gas or even battery acid without problems. It is non-permible (I think thats a word).
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