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BedRug Truck Bed Liner Part #BRT02LBK Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by JAMES G (Monticello, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Apr 24, 2014 5:06 AM
The bedrug liner that i bought for my truck went right in. It took longer to zipper the two pieces together and put on the velcro then it took to install. Everyone that has seen it has asked about it likes the way it looks, fits, and feels. I am impressed with it 100% and wish I woul of gotten one before.
Reviewed by Joseph K (Round Rock, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Sep 17, 2012 11:02 PM
Just installed this in my RAM 1500 long bed and fit like a charm. Took about 30 minutes to read instructions (simple & straight forward), lay out pieces and get organized; took about 30 minutes to install from there. I did this by myself but an extra set of hands would have made it go even quicker & smoother. Great price, fantastic service from AutoAnything.
Reviewed by William N (Hardy, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Jul 12, 2012 8:02 AM
I've had the Bed Rug Liner in my truck for a few weeks now and it is great. I can get in the back of the truck under the cap and have no problem with my knees. I have a crate which I carry a chain and jack with several other tools which used to slide arround but with the Bed Rug liner it stays in place.
Reviewed by Paul S (Kamas, UT) — Sep 12, 2008 8:39 AM
I love this product. It is the best of both worlds. It is nice inside, (I have a shell) but I can still use the truck as a truck. I do hope the chemical smell goes away eventually. A bit too strong to sleep in there. It is fading though.
Reviewed by Dennis H (Prineville, OR) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Ram — Apr 07, 2008 7:00 AM
The spray-in bed-liner on my truck was not looking its best so decided to try a BedRug. This product is designed to be installed using self sticking "Velcro" strips which would not stick to a spray-in bed-liner (honestly, I wonder if Velcro even works that well on an unlined bed when subjected to cold temperatures, ice, etc.) To solve this challenge I worked with a local upholstery shop to install black stainless steel snaps just along the top of the front bed edge and top of the tailgate and in a couple of other critical areas (about 30 snaps in total) and now couldn't be more pleased with the result. Easy to unsnap and remove, easy to snap back in place - and it looks great and never moves around in the wind. I am very impressed with the quality and fit of the BedRug. BedRug is obviously very careful in how they construct each model specific liner - it fit my truck like a glove. Other than requiring a bit of extra work to install the snaps, this BedRug met all my expectations.
Reviewed by Chad M (Beaver Falls, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Aug 21, 2007 6:15 AM
I've only had the BedRug for a month now, but I love it. Installation is a breeze, great directions. the dry traction is a hundred times better than tradtional plastic bedliner. Wet traction is a thousand times better. I put tools such as hedge trimmers and chainsaws in the bed and they didn't move the entire trip. Also BedRug allows for water drainage through the zipper without allowing leaves, dirt, or mulch through. It provides great cushion for kneeling. The connected tailgate cover is great for keeping material off of bumber. Oh, did I mention, it looks great!