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DualLiner Truck Bed Liners Part #GMF0758 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gary I (NAMPA, ID) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Mar 10, 2015 6:55 AM
The liner really does fit pretty well. Though it is not supposed to require any drilling and screws, you MUST use a few. The heavy plastic is quite warped in some areas causing it to stick out and no amount of double sticky tape can fix that.... I tried. The one you get may be better on this, but mine has places that must have holes drilled and screws used. This is especially true where the side bed liner fits up against the rear corner of the bed by the tail gate. They do not sit flat and the pull outward is more than tape can deal with: an obvious snag problem there. Also. the tail gate plate does mount on the two central door latch hardware mount, but the sides and center are all warped so badly that ONLY a screw will seat it down. I thought I could get the edges down with 2, nope, then 4, nope then 6.... 6 drilled and screwed holes finally had it down pretty well, but there are still edges sticking up 1/2" or so on the bottom of the tailgate edge. The heavy mat is excellent and will pretty well lay flat on it's own. Once it gets a bit warmer, I will trim it bit to lay flat. Note that even in teh picture, not so noticeable when looking to buy it, the floor mat is a bit curled up and buckled a bit.... mine looks just like it! Because of the warped plastic and such I gave it 4 stars only for overall: other than as noted, this is a very nice bed liner. Enjoy!
Reviewed by sean o (ATTLEBORO, MA) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra — Dec 22, 2013 1:06 PM
I had to remove rubber that was not cut off at the factory as well. Also the mat would not sit flat in the bed it would buckle up so I had to remove more rubber with a razor blade. The joining of the polyethelyn sides in the corners is pretty cheap with plastic clips and hole that even with using a screw driver to line them up is difficult to get them in. Not a fan of have to drill into the tailgate to mount tailgate protection.
Reviewed by DJ C (Gallant, AL) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Apr 17, 2013 1:28 PM
My liner looks great and was very easy to install. Having 2 ppl to install saves even more time. Took around 10 mins! The mat is thick too.
Reviewed by Rodney K (Moorpark, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Dec 26, 2011 8:56 PM
Great Product, 15 minutes to install, looks great, fits great, much better than my drop in liner from my old truck. Like the non-skid mat.
Reviewed by William A C (Reading, PA) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — Apr 13, 2011 1:35 PM
The liner had a small defect on the side liner where the bottom rubber liner fits to the sidewall, from the heat from the molding process. The defect could not be see with the rubber liner in place. Just was a little suprised to see the liner was sent out by the manufacturer that way. The liner was easy to install and I believe the way the rubber floor connects to the sidewall that there will be no issues with water or dirt being able to pass through. I would definitely purchase this item again. I like the rubber flooring as well as the durability of the sidewalls.
Reviewed by John B (Pottstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra — Mar 31, 2010 12:10 PM
First off the customer service at autoanything is the best bar none. Second I really enjoy my Dualliner. It fit great, its tough as nails, no cargo slides at all and installation was a breeze. I installed mine in February so it took a few weeks for it to settle flat due to the cold weather. It took a little over a week to get it and it arrives by LTL Freight. They call the day they bring it to your home just to make sure you receive it. My favorite part about it is it looks awesome and you can easily remove it to wash under it if need be.
Reviewed by Allan L (Clinton, IA) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra — Aug 03, 2009 5:51 AM
The unit arrived at my door in only a few days. This is my second DualLiner (new truck) so installation was a breeze. Fit and finish is very good with one exception. The bed mats always seem to be a bit too long (1/2 inch) which causes the mat to ripple when the tailgate is closed. I will trim this and then all will be fine. I highley recommend these liners.
Reviewed by Vince P (Fort Pierce, FL) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado — Dec 16, 2008 10:38 AM
Installation was quick and easy. Used in conjunction with Pace Edwards Jack Rabbit tonneau cover, I found it to be necessary to cut the top edge off the tailgate piece of the liner, as it would not allow the tonneau to close to the point of locking. In doing so, I fowled the cut on the tailgate piece and made a mess of it. The liner's tailgate piece should be perforated on a line just below the top, so as to provide a method of separation and removal so this does not happen to others.
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