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FishOnOne

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TurnThePage wrote:

FishOnOne, that's the worst "bed liner" I've ever seen.

I prefer the sprayed in variety but will always have some kind of bed liner. No reason to beat it up.


lol... That's a picture of a Dodge dashboard. But yes it looks so horrific its easy to confuse it to a beat up bed.


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I like my bright red truck RED, even the bed for the most part. I picked up a proper fitting rubber bed mat. I don't haul dirt or sand but if I need to, I'll temporarily line it with a plastic tarp. You should pull it out once a month or so and clean underneath it. I do have an easily removed 4 fold tonneau cover to keep items from blowing out and mostly dry. The couple other trucks I've had, had bare beds and got looking like hard working trucks fast ;( After the new one's paint gets abused, I'll Rhino line it.


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Uncle and Aunt just purchased a new '19 F150 recently and drove it over on Thanksgiving. I couldn't help notice it had a after market sprayed in bed liner that was already showing signs of fading. I'm sure the truck sat on the dealer lot for a while but to have a new 2019 truck with a fading bed liner is unacceptable.

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Boomerweps wrote:

I like my bright red truck RED, even the bed for the most part. I picked up a proper fitting rubber bed mat. I don't haul dirt or sand but if I need to, I'll temporarily line it with a plastic tarp. You should pull it out once a month or so and clean underneath it. I do have an easily removed 4 fold tonneau cover to keep items from blowing out and mostly dry. The couple other trucks I've had, had bare beds and got looking like hard working trucks fast ;( After the new one's paint gets abused, I'll Rhino line it.


I guy at work has a red Dodge Ram 2500 long bed truck and he had the bed sprayed with a red colored liner. The trucks red paint looks fantastic but the red bed liner now looks terrible.

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

My 15 RAM LongHorn came with a liner, it's AWESOME!!!


Well of course it is, we expect nothing less from you. [emoticon]

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FishOnOne wrote:

Uncle and Aunt just purchased a new '19 F150 recently and drove it over on Thanksgiving. I couldn't help notice it had a after market sprayed in bed liner that was already showing signs of fading. I'm sure the truck sat on the dealer lot for a while but to have a new 2019 truck with a fading bed liner is unacceptable.


Fade now or later ,they all fade a bit, never seen one that didn't lose a little color, but it is the inside of the bed ,and there to protect .

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I have the Line-X and it is great for what I do: haul the 5th wheel, haul rock, haul dirt, haul lumber, haul other building supplies. Although mostly the truck just sits.

How the liner looks is pretty much immaterial, how it protects the bed is the important part. But it still looks good.


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We use a fitted rubber bed mat.


X2 Makes it easy on the knees and keeps stuff from sliding around. Easy to take out if you want to clean it or the bed. Depths vary, mine is thicker than some.


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I have the Reflex bedliner on my current truck as well as my last truck. I actually like it better than the Linex I had in my 2004 truck from years ago. It's very grippy as well as durable.

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cummins2014 wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Uncle and Aunt just purchased a new '19 F150 recently and drove it over on Thanksgiving. I couldn't help notice it had a after market sprayed in bed liner that was already showing signs of fading. I'm sure the truck sat on the dealer lot for a while but to have a new 2019 truck with a fading bed liner is unacceptable.


Fade now or later ,they all fade a bit, never seen one that didn't lose a little color, but it is the inside of the bed ,and there to protect .


There is a product that will bring the color back if interested. I use a Mothers product (cant think of the exact name right now) that brings the color back on trim pieces, works awesome. I am sure it would do the same for a bed liner.


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