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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by viking View Post
    I always liked the looks and feel of them. But wonder about them holding moisture if/when they do get wet. I'd be throwing gear and things in there after a day on the water. And let's face it, it's a truck and something is going to get spilled back there sooner or later at least in my world? Or Oso all wet and muddy jumping in the back?
    How's it for that over time?

    Agree that the ONLY way to use one would be with a topper regardless.
    IDK we shall see LOL. but they claim it can be pressure washed and it dyes normall, theres air tracks under it and it zips together, sides tot he bottom and tailgate to the bottom. We shall see because like you i trow all kinds of wet gear in the back and its not exactly dry 6months a year here LOL
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  2. #12
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    I have the bed mat-no sides, have driven the truck up to 70 with the cover off and had no issue. has 2 long velcroe strips holding it to the bed.

    its a loose weave so getting it wet should be no issue
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