Reviewed By Larry L (Hot Springs Village, AR) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —11/8/2016 2:47 PM
This is the 3rd BedRug product I've had;and have enjoyed everyone. What I use the truck for,it works great and looks good.
Reviewed By Colin B (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —3/27/2008 7:30 AM
I had no choice but to cut slits in the bed rug at the corners in order to use my 2000 o pickup bed tie downs for my cruiser motorcycle -- tie downs are welded to the frame. Went online and purchased "Lexan Scissors Curved 5 /12." Measured twice, cut once--sharpest scissors you can buy, made for cutting hard/soft plastic. 4 small cuts for each of the tie downs. You can glue the cuts back together again with hobby 30 minute epoxy, but I have not done so yet. From bikes to model airplane wings to produce from the grocery store--and the cruiser motorcycle, this bedrug is the way to go. The flat bottom floor allows flat and level transport without shifting. If you have a snowmobile, I'd still put a 1/4 sheet of plywood over the bedrug to protect it from the metal sled scags and cleats in winter time. Plastic/adhesives/velcro will hold up just fine in the winter. Snowmobile manufacturers use HD velcro and similar adhesives. U.S. Navy also uses the similar adhesives and HD velcro on Damage Control equipment and engine room shrouds and lashing. --My best-friend and wife of 5 years likes the bedrug so much she's offered to vacuum it for me...that never happened until I installed the bed rug. The bed rug pays for itself for 5 tanks of gas, or 1,800 miles of driving. Don't do what I did and wait until the odometer reaches 103,000 miles. An upgrade worth the money.