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    Default Bed Liners

    Got the new Ford a couple weeks ago as a lot of you know. What are yall doing for bed liners? Anyone DIY it?

    I will be in this thing a while and want to keep the bed as nice as possible.

    Thanks,
    Casey
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    I had the Rhino liner put on my truck bed and it is worth the money to be honest. I don't know of any DIY other then the big plastic shells that are a generic mold to the bed.
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    My f150 came with a drop in liner. I wouldn't have purchased it, but it keeps the bed nice. I tried a di y product in the past. It looked nice for a while, but did not hold up. Newer products may be better. If you want a spray in, I suggest paying the pros.
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    There's a newer finish that is more like a teflon coating vs the rubbery stuff. Holds up very well and you can actually slide stuff in and out of the bed if that's important. A bit more spendy but worth it for the long haul. Old truck had a plastic drop in liner and it was retarded... I'd suggest skipping DIY - you get what you pay for.
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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    got the liner as an option when I ordered my Ford.

    I'm not a fan of the rhino spray in stuff - I think it scratches items that you put back there.

    Kinda like sandpaper.
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    Ed Geary
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    I have my truck in now for a Line-X liner. I have it in my old truck at it took a beating and never chipped. They are also putting on a Truxedo tonneau cover at the same time for less than what I can buy it off the internet. Tinted windows will be next.
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    here is a review for spray in liners

    http://www.tundraheadquarters.com/bl...ino-bed-liner/
    Ed Geary
    2009 Moomba Outback V
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    A factory spray in was an option on my truck when I bought it new. Old truck had the plastic drop in. In comparing both. Things slide around with the plastic one, much easier to load and unload though. The factory applied spray in is rough, can't easily push things in or pull things out. It will scratch items (furniture) if not careful. Things still move around but not as much. Besides the above the only other benefit I have seen between the two, I would get rocks and junk under the plastic liner at the tailgate, with the spray in that's impossible.
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    I was on the highway one day and one of those cool looking plastic bed liners came flying out and went right over the roof of the car next to me. I'd probably opt for one of the spray kind.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    Thanks guys... getting a quote now.
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