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02-23-2006 11:00 AM
HDTony
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Originally Posted by 97Fizzer600
Looks good Tony. I should get one to cover up my ugly ass poorly sprayed on semi-colormatched Rhino Liner . I don't think it would be ideal for me with hauling around a muddy dirtbike every weekend.

-Ryan
It just hoses right out. I plan on putting mine back there

but your rhino woudl be an issue since thats a rough surface, you would need to be able to stick velcro to the bed.



02-23-2006 10:57 AM
CHeYeNNe Looks good, just make sure to pull every now and then to clean the bed and wax so it doesn't start to rust from any paint wear.
02-23-2006 08:16 AM
captaincapsize damn it!! SO much for the spray in bed linner group buy!!!!
02-22-2006 07:31 PM
Ohfugit cool,
Won't scratch up the furniture
02-22-2006 06:31 PM
SmartDrug I'm not rich enough to afford a new truck yet, but you're right $30k isn't bad at all. The problem for me (and advantage for you) is that they're holding their value very well, even a 2003 Tundra/Titan is pushing 30k still depending on condition.
02-22-2006 06:15 PM
Ryan Looks good Tony. I should get one to cover up my ugly ass poorly sprayed on semi-colormatched Rhino Liner . I don't think it would be ideal for me with hauling around a muddy dirtbike every weekend.

-Ryan
02-22-2006 06:03 PM
Paladin You will love the bed rug cleans easy with pressure washer. Only problem I had I put bales of straw in it and that was a semi bitch to get out. Vaccuum
02-22-2006 04:04 PM
HDTony
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Originally Posted by Kegger
Nice! Good find. Now you have a soft surface for sex at the drive-in.

LOL, I was putting it in and was thinking, "damnit why didnt i have one of these when I was 17?"



02-22-2006 04:03 PM
Kegger
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Originally Posted by HDTony
The thing is solid foam formed to fit the bed perfectly so its completely flat and soft on your knee's when you crawling around tieing bikes down, and since the rug material is actually made out of plastic you can just hose it out. theres no fabric to rot or mold etc. plus it's a super clean finished look for the bed.
Nice! Good find. Now you have a soft surface for sex at the drive-in.
02-22-2006 04:02 PM
HDTony yes tundra with the Iforce. 30 grand isnt bad for a full size truck, chevys and fords are much more.



02-22-2006 03:59 PM
SmartDrug I'm pretty sure it's a Tundra, awesome trucks if you can afford them. The iForce V8 is remarkable.
02-22-2006 03:53 PM
logtar looking good!
02-22-2006 03:10 PM
HDTony
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Originally Posted by MoparBoyy
so, im guessing your not gonna be hauling around greasy motors and stuff?
It can be done, its plastic it doesn't stain supposedly. but to answer your question. Hell No!!! thats what my work truck is for



02-22-2006 03:04 PM
HEESH Nice!!! What kind of truck is that again? What size is the bed?

I am looking to pick up a truck so I can hall my bikes around but I need an 8' bed in order to fit two of them in there.

Anyway, nice choice on the liner. Looks comfy....afternoon naps in the sun this summer eh?
02-22-2006 03:04 PM
MoparBoyy so, im guessing your not gonna be hauling around greasy motors and stuff?
02-22-2006 03:01 PM
HDTony
Got my new bedliner in my truck

After all the hemming and hawing about which spray in liner I finnally decided on....











..... neither of them

I ordered my self a bedrug by wise industries. The thing is solid foam formed to fit the bed perfectly so its completely flat and soft on your knee's when you crawling around tieing bikes down, and since the rug material is actually made out of plastic you can just hose it out. theres no fabric to rot or mold etc. plus it's a super clean finished look for the bed.


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