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Old 03-14-2010, 11:43 PM
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New BedTred installed

Install was pretty easy but previous regular BedRugs seemed a little easier.(last 2 trucks have had spray-ins so it has been a while since installing the BedRug). I like the texture/feel of it better than the spray in and previous carpeted BedRug. Seems to be perfect for my expected uses and was very pleased with the deal I got.
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Old 03-15-2010, 12:30 AM
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congrats, looks good. Did you get it from the place I recommended?

so if you crawl in the bed on your knees, does the liner have a soft cushion-like feel like they advertise? from your pics, it actually does not look very thick???
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Old 03-15-2010, 12:35 AM
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Looks good! Can water get underneath, also does it use velcro, my previous BedRug used velco to stay in.
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so its like a drop in??

looks good but i prefer spray in
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Old 03-15-2010, 01:12 AM
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it's more like a Bedrug, but it's textured like a spray-on. it installs in 5 sections. if some day a section gets damaged, you can replace it. here's more about on their website:

http://www.bedrug.com/products/bedtred.php

I know of an online dealer that sells Bedrug and Bedtred liners (as well as Bakflip covers) at decent prices, email me for his contact info.
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but why would you do that over a spray in? i get a bedrug under a tonneau but not this one really
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Looks good. So is it soft? I've never seen one in person. I have a bedrug and love it.
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Old 03-15-2010, 01:31 AM
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thejake, good question, maybe because it's non-permanent and you can take it and reinstall on your next truck (provided you get the same truck again and the bed is the same - like the 04-10 F150 is). and maybe due to the softness/feel of it as mentioned. who knows, maybe Mark the original poster can comment further.
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what do these run
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Old 03-15-2010, 09:26 AM
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It is comfortable to move around on, etc. and so far nothing slides around on it. I have not seen how quick it dries yet but I think it will be much, much faster than the regular BedRug.

I went with this over the spray in just due to the texture and my previous experience with the BedRug. If my truck was a work truck everyday I would go back with the spray in I think but for my uses this new BedTred seems perfect. They run under $400 in you PM me or SteveVFX4. My local quote was over $500.
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Old 03-15-2010, 04:12 PM
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Thanks for posting the pics - first time I've seen some real-world photos.

I have mine ready to pick up this week - took me a long time to decide on the BedTred - can't wait to get it installed!
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Old 03-21-2010, 02:15 PM
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Thanks for the pics..... Ordered mine yesterday online after not finding a price I could afford locally. It should be shipped on Monday or Tuesday.... Ready for next weekends install (hopefully). It looks like a great bedliner and should look great in my White 2010.
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Old 03-21-2010, 04:15 PM
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Got mine installed today - pretty straight forward.

Took me ~2 hours taking my time - plus I took of my tonneau cover to make it easier to install.

I think it looks great and will work great being I don't haul anything real nasty.
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What do you do when it gets all dirty and nasty? For instance, last week I brought home some mulch and then took an old hot weater tank leaking crud out of it down to the dump. After all was said and done my bed was gross, however, a quick spray of the pressure washer and the Line-X was good as new. Will this do the same?
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What do you do when it gets all dirty and nasty? For instance, last week I brought home some mulch and then took an old hot weater tank leaking crud out of it down to the dump. After all was said and done my bed was gross, however, a quick spray of the pressure washer and the Line-X was good as new. Will this do the same?
Same thing would work on the BedTred.
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