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Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Bucks County PA
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Id rhino liner it. I want mine done, i have the plastic pos in my bed, and ive taken mine out to see that it started rubbing away the paint in some areas and rust was just starting, i treated and put it back in for the time being, but its going as soon as i can spare the cash for the rhino liner.
As for the cover, ditch it, and buy a roll up or fold up. that way you can have the best of both worlds, when you need the bed, roll it up and you have full bed access, when you dont need your bed keep it covered. that was the 2nd thing i purchased for my truck was my roll up cover. Its great when traveling, bc all the bags are under the cover protected, and its even better at tailgates when everything can be locked in the bed when your head into the game or concert.
--I shoot a Nikon D300. I carry a Smith & Wesson. I race a 1997 BMW E36. I wrench with Snap-On.
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