Reviewed By Karen S (JEFFERSON CITY, MO) —6/13/2018 5:56 AM
Only had the product a few weeks, but it seems durable. It looks good, and was easy to install.
Reviewed By Glenn W (PARKER, CO) Reviewed for a 2018 Ford F-150 —6/13/2018 3:08 AM
Exceeded expectations. Easy installation. The most difficult part was connecting the pieces with the zippers, particularly in the right corners. I'd expect it would have been easier with two people. If one person perseveres and improvises installation took about two hours to complete.
Reviewed By David V (OCEANSIDE, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra —6/8/2018 9:42 AM
I use the back of my truck as a mobile home base. I've got a shell so I use it for camping, studying, napping and my kids just love to hang out back there. It was good before but after I put the BedRug Mat inside it just made things so much more finished and comfortable. Things no longer slide around and it's squishy enough to lay down on for an "emergency" nap. Got it dirty on a camping trip and vacuumed it out when we got back and it looks brand new again. Major bang for your buck.
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At the 2012 SEMA Show, we caught up with Matt Reasoner, BedRug’s Regional Sales Manager, to talk about BedRug’s new product lineup.
You want the best for your truck, which is why you’re looking at BedRug and BedTred truck bed liners. But, choosing between these top brands is difficult. That’s why we have everything you need to know before you make your buying decision.
Offering an entire lineup of bed protectors, from the full-blown BedRug Truck Bed Liner and BedTred Pro to the easy-to-use BedRug Bed Mat and Van Mat, BedRug is serious about protecting your bed. Of course, like most truck bed accessories, you may be wondering how to install BedRug liners. Let’s take a closer look at the process.
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