WeatherTech TechLiner Truck Bed Liners Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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Pickups weren’t designed to be treated with kid gloves. When you’ve got a mountain of bricks that need haulin’, you’re not going to lay down some doilies in your payload first. But, that doesn’t mean you want your truck bed to get scuffed, dented or gouged. For a tough line of defense in your tough–as–nails truck, lay down the WeatherTech TechLiner.
Tailor made for a factory fit in the back of your big rig, WeatherTech TechLiners deliver wall–to–wall protection for your vulnerable payload. Whether you’re stacking cement blocks, a cord of firewood or a quarter–ton of gravel, your TechLiner keeps your truck bed safe, sound and scratch–free. For extra coverage, you can also upgrade with an optional Tailgate Tech Liner.
Forget about flimsy rubber and slippery ABS—WeatherTech TechLiners Truck Bed Liners are built from a special blend of elastomers. Yours stays flexible, durable and resilient even when the weather turns icy cold or scorching hot. Plus, it hoses down for a fast cleanup and pops easily in and out for deep cleanings. And, your WeatherTech TechLiners drop in truck bed liner comes with a Lifetime Warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dina H (Saint Petersburg, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Dec 02, 2013 6:03 AM
Online chat session answered all my questions, product arrived quickly, allowed bed liner to set in sun for a short time as suggested by another review and liner went in place with ease. Tailgate liner purchased also and was installed with the same ease. Highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by Jamie R (Cromwell, KY) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Dec 01, 2013 6:56 AM
Bed and tailgat liner came in two different shipment. I put the bed liner in the sun with some weight on it and let it set for a day or so. Fit nicely, I do feel that the edges could have been made of a little thicker material for more rigidity and I did buy some extra velcro for the center section of the tailgate so that it did not bubble up. Overall Im satisfied, this is an economical choice to the cost of a spray in liner.
Reviewed by Matthew Y (CENTERBURG, OH) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Aug 27, 2013 8:30 PM
Left the liner sit in the sun for an hour and it took about 10 mins to install in the truck. The tail gate took about 15-20 mins to install. Just wished the sides were 3-4" taller to cover the wheel wells. Added another bed mat to the bed, not sure how the bed would hold up without it. The fit was perfect, no issues there. I like the look, was not interested in a full bed liner or a spray on. Iwould recommened it if you were looking for a less costly option.
Reviewed by Larry W (EVANSVILLE, IN) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Jul 21, 2013 7:30 PM
Installed the liners on my F-150 with expectation it would be snug against the sides of the bed. The liner did not release the edge curl even in 100+ temperature and direct sun. Have about 1/4 to 1/2 inch gap around the bed contours to the rear and in front of the wheel wells. Overall satisfied with construction and value, but a bit disappointed with the fit in those areas.
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