Tonights truck project.

Treejumper

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BedRun Install

  • Total time to install: 45mins
  • Cost of project: $300
  • Tools needed: Rubbing Alcohol, star socket to remove tiedowns (Dodge), and a clean rag.
  • Difficulty rating: 2 (1 being easy, 5 being hard)

Some pics of the project.

Clean truck bed.



Assembled Liner.



Finished Project.



:cool:
 

LoriKTM

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#2
Nice!  :cool:

Wanna come up and put one in our truck?  Oh wait, then the bedliner would look better than the rest of the truck.  Nevermind! ;)
 

BSWIFT

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#3
What type of material is the liner made of?
 

Highbeam

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It's a bed rug made of carpet. Nice and cozy as long as it stays clean and dry. Doesn't it rain there? Do you have a canopy to shelter it? Did you have to plug up the drain holes?

To do any hauling of tough stuff I would think you would have to take it out. Try to imagine what a load of gravel or bark dust would do to that carpet.

Looks nice and clean now.
 

Treejumper

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The backing is made of some type of foam that doesnt hold water. The carpeting is your standard Marine grade carpeting found on boat decks. I'll have a tonnou (sp?) on it eventually but it dries within 15mins of being in the sun. I washed the truck and soaked the liner. It wont see Extreme abuse in my truck as the only thing i usually haul in the bed is firewood, dirtbikes, and lumber. For extreme stuff you can pop out the liner in a minute but then your bed wouldnt be protected. I bought it mostly to keep the bed from getting scratched up by the bikes, for lounging in at the Drive-In and to help protect my truck tent when i go camping. Guess i'll findout how it does as time rolls on. It'll be getting the muddy bike treatment next weekend.
 

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Looks good Tree jumper.Don't worry,those things are much tougher than people think they are.A friend of mine has had one in his f150 (without any type of bed cover)for over 2 years and it still looks like new.

Just don't plan on hauling a bunch of engine blocks,hugh boulders,or some large farm implements. ;) :)
 

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#7
TJ, that looks nice!
If you (or anyone) have (has) another DRN crest like the one in your window, I know I would be willing to talk someone into doing you a favor in return!!! :)
 

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Yeah! Just like that one! :worship: You know what the next question is. Where and how much?