BedTred Pro Truck Bed Liner by BedRug Customer Reviews
45 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.
45 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by BRIAN H (Lehi, UT) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Jun 01, 2014 4:28 PM
Installs fairly easily. The floor and each side zip together and attach to bed with velcro. Best to have 2 people to zip liner together to prevent zipper from getting stuck. Liner fits very well and doesn't move even with heavy cargo. Look better than owe drop-ins. Would have been 5 stars if the zipper on sidewall and floor by the bulkhead didn't create a bubble. Can't see it though unless up against it, and doesn't hamper functionality. Great protection at a good price.
Reviewed by Ronald E S (SPOKANE, WA) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Apr 27, 2014 7:45 AM
This liner is very rugged and tough I believe as tough as spray in liners I've had in the past. It installs fairly easily but two people would make installation a snap. Very good looking!
Reviewed by Ed H (Ovilla, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra — Apr 09, 2014 4:20 AM
Just installed in my 2014 Sierra and it is not as easy as their video nor does it fit and conform as neatly. The fasting tape does not remove all the puckers and some of the corner intersections do not completely close so you see the bed under it. I've been in construction since 1983 and have tried every type of liner. I bought the BedTred because of it's claims that it will not fade, which is something the blow-in liners do. I wish I had just had the liner blown-in like I normally do.
Reviewed by Daniel R (LEESBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Apr 04, 2014 12:39 AM
This was my first bedliner, and after researching all the different options, I down selected between this and LineX. Cost was compareable, but ultimately it was the permanent vs non-permanent nature. Also, I read many reviews where LineX is susceptible to UV fading and gets a chalky appearance overtime. Bedtred is 100% resistant to UV and will maintain its appearance. Install was easy, it fits very snug and unless you look very hard you would think it's LineX. Couldn't be happier.