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Bed Rug or Spray In Bed Liner?

Picking up my New KR on Wednesday!

Cant decide on Bed Rug or Spray in Bed Liner?

$400 either way, leaning on the Full Bed Rug.

What do you have and how do you like It?
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Bed Rug or Spray In Bed Liner?

I'd go with a spray in bed liner. And if you do, make dang sure them boys prep the sht out of the bed before they spray it. 95% of ANY bed liner is preping. Make sure they will sand all corners and troughs between the hats in the floor of the bed. This will ensure the liner will not start to peel in those areas. If the prep is done right, you will never have a problem with it.


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100% spray in. I had a bed rug in my dmax and it held moisture and dirt like no other. I took it out and threw it away so I wouldn't be tempted to sell it to someone else.
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Bed Rug or Spray In Bed Liner?

If you have a bed cover, get the bed rug. I really like mine, plus if you sell the truck you can take it out and sell it.


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LineX would'nt do it any other way
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Bedrug... LineX is about the only spray in I would go with and its damn near $600 now a days.

Had a bedrug in the last 3 trucks. Great thing about it is you can take out of when you trade your truck in and sell the thing. Bought mine for $350 and sold it 2 years later for $300
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Spray in. Like Kaknight said, prep is TOP PRIORITY. I like the bed rug, but I cant have one in Utah with all the snow. I plan on getting a Undercover or Bak flip and they arent 100% waterproof. Dont want to deal with moisture in the bed rug. So, Im going with a spray in.

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Spray in - LINEX
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spray in, rhino lining. linex is link sand paper and the rhino lining is much softer and more rubbery.
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