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BedRug Truck Bed Liner Part #BRR93SBK Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by WebInke D (CHINO HILLS, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Ranger — Jun 20, 2014 8:16 PM
I love this thing. It made the bed of my truck so much more stylish, AND it's comfy. I took a nap on it. I couldn't be happier with it.
Reviewed by Tyson W (Reno, NV) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Ranger — Mar 15, 2013 10:27 PM
I tried to find a bad review for this product cause it seemed a little to good to be true. I was considering attempting to marine felt the inside of my truck on my own before discovering this product, which would have been a nightmare, and far inferior to this product. I'm using this bedrug under a camper shell, and plan to sleep directly on the surface, which is quite soft and padded, plus the bed ribs are completely flattened out by this product, so no need to put a sheet of plywood underneath
Reviewed by Michael D (Elkins, WV) — Aug 13, 2012 9:11 PM
I'm very happy with my bedrug. I have a fairly new ford ranger, and wanted to keep the bed from getting dings and scratches. This does the trick for me. I plan to put a camper top on the bed, which should help as well. I've not had a chance to test the bedrug with any heave loads just yet, but I believe it will hold up well. I watched a meteor shower the other night while lying in my truck bed, on the bedrug, and it was very comfortable. My only complaint is that, at highway speed, air can get under the bedrug and cause it to ripple and move a bit. I was worried that it would fly out, so I cross-crossed the bed with tow straps. I get the feeling that this was unnecessary, and the problem could very well have come from an installation problem. If so, then I think that part of my complaint is that it is not clear exactly how to properly install the bedrug. I watched a video online, and followed the instructions, but I still came away with lots of leftover Velcro.
Reviewed by Thomas Y (Plano, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Ranger — Jul 12, 2012 9:43 AM
I installed the BedRug by myself in under an hour. I was please with the fit in the bed of my truck. My son took the truck out that night and told me the next day that the BedRug felt so good that he and his friends hung out in the back of the truck for half the night. Very pleased with the BedRug so far.
Reviewed by Daniel K (Chattanooga, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Ranger — Mar 27, 2012 11:25 AM
I love the look of the Bedrug. I actually re-installed the cargo hooks on top of the Bedrug instead of cutting a slit in the material, I think this makes it look much better. I was expecting the material to be a little thicker and a more perfect fit (not enough material to tuck in the corners properly) considering the $400 price. This is my first Bedrug, time will tell on well this Bedrug will last. Considering that I will most likely only use the bed to haul bicycles and mulch I will probably be OK.
Reviewed by Lance J (Fairfax, VA) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford Ranger — Jul 26, 2010 11:44 AM
I got a BedRug for my old '94 Ranger (short bed) and just installed it this weekend. The BedRug is made from a commercial grade outdoor carpet fabric that is very light and easy to manipulate for installation. The underside has a formed profile from a dense foam that levels out the rear. The foamed floor also makes it very easy on the knees during installation. The fabric seems like it will hold up well for mulch and stone runs while also reducing slide of things in the bed during transit.
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