Roll on bed liner


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Old 05-12-04, 08:02 PM
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Roll on bed liner

Am looking for a product not costing $100.00 a gallon to roll on truck bed and sides as a protectant and anti skid. Home Depot used to have a rubber based product but no longer stock it.

On line search brings up a ton of companies that do not list their prices as they are outrageously high. $100.00 + for a gallon. $19.00 for a spray can which necessitates 9 cans to do a short bed. Last vehicle had a drop in liner and the bed rusted. Local auto shops want 350 to 500 to spray a bed liner.

Being a DIY'er I was hoping there might be an answer to this dilema that is not so costly. Any product recommendations?

Thanks for any ideas! Robert
 
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Old 05-16-04, 07:33 AM
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My thoughts would be to get a drop-in bed liner. .for about $50 bucks more you are done with it. By the; Some Duraliner brands are having a voluntary recall on their bedliners. Seems some over the rail liners are not being installed right and they have had a few instances of liners blowing out of the bed. Check this out if you decide to go the bedliner route.
 
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Old 05-16-04, 07:50 AM
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Thanks daswede.

Not too bright here. I called Ford and the Sport Track does not need a liner or spray. It is a fiberglass bed and is impervious to damage! Imagine that!
 
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Glad to hear that! Happy trucking.
 
 

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