BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner by BedRug Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
Spray-in liners aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. They cost a lot, require professional installation and, oh yeah, they’re permanent. Enter the BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner by BedRug. The BedTred Pro looks, feels and performs just like a spray-in liner, yet costs much less, installs as easily as a bed mat and does no permanent damage to your truck’s bed.
Molded from a .25” thick flexible thermoplastic/closed-cell foam sandwich, the rugged BedTred is waterproof, UV-resistant and built for a lifetime. This thick material provides a cushion to prevent dents & dings while protecting cargo—and it’s easy on the knees. Plus, the non-skid surface texture keeps cargo from slipping and sliding during transport.
The best part about the BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner is the easy installation. The five custom-fit pieces zip together and fasten into your bed with hook and loop fasteners. No sanding, no drilling, no prep work and no damage. What’s more, BedRug backs your BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner with a Lifetime Warranty.
Our 10+ BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner by BedRug customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Larry W (Springfield, VT) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Apr 18, 2013 1:12 PM
Received quickly, was somewhat confused as the padding side is actually nice enough to be bed carpet, wished this was reversible. Read through instructions which were clear and concise. Install was quick at about 30 minutes. Cleaning the bed was the toughest part, suggest power washing and degreasing BEFORE cleaning with rubbing alcohol. Finished product looks good and its awfully nice to climb in the bed under the toneau cover without getting dirty. Only drawback needs extra Velcro.
Reviewed by Jerome G (Minnetonka, MN) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Apr 17, 2013 5:36 PM
Great looks & very functional. I prefer over spray on because it is easy on the knees , & stuff stays in place, like very well. A bit of a job to install, but I'm 67 & got it done. Read the directions first, & save some rework
Reviewed by Jerry B (Borger, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Mar 26, 2012 8:08 AM
I selected the bedtred pro truck bed liner because it looked like a sprayed in bed liner. It was just like the pictures detailed. With the help of two other guys, we installed it in about four hours. The directions need to be improved but with the help of Bedtred customer service, we were able to make it work. If you are thinking about installing this liner and truck rail caps, I recommend that you do so the same day. The BAK bed rail caps that I installed didnt' allow me to tuck the liner under them since the 3m tape that secured the bed caps didn't move.
Reviewed by Harold P (Clarksburg, MD) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Mar 09, 2012 4:32 AM
I'm not as pleased as the Bedrug from my other truck. In my opinion, where the seams meet together, next to the cab, are quite frankly poorly engineered. You will likely see gaps in the Bedtred I think the carpeting element of the original Bedrug masks much better. I rate this product as a -B because as a whole it does ok. For $400, in retrospect, I should have did spray in or went with the original.
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Asked by Robert L.
Feb 18, 2012 5:43 PM
2012 Dodge Ram
what is the difference between the bedrug & the bed tred
Answered by Michael K. — Feb 20, 2012 1:18 PM
Hi Robert, the BedRug is crafted from 100% polypropylene, which is like a thick carpet-like foam material. The BedTred is made from a TPO composite, which is a much thinner and denser material than the BedRug.flag Accept Answer