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Old 02-10-2012, 01:23 AM   #1
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to go with the plastic bed liner or not with my new shell

[IMG][/IMG]I just bought a leer shell with the sliding side windows and the racks on top was wondering if i should leave the bedliner in or take it out ?
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Personally, I'd take it out and find a begrug.
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Personally, I'd take it out and find a begrug.
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Old 02-10-2012, 03:56 AM   #4
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yeah but i got that little line were the liner rubbed through the paint that sucks
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I would vote for taking out the bedliner, a little colour match paint and a heavy rubber bedrug. I like my bedrug, stops all the sliding about.
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I'd either leave it in and put a rubber mat on top of it, remove it and put a rubber mat in, or remove it and get the bed professionally bedlined.

A bed rug may not be that insane of an idea for someone living in LA though.
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I just bought a leer shell with the sliding side windows and the racks on top was wondering if i should leave the bedliner in or take it out ?

I put an under-the-rail bed liner in mine and a bed mat then put the camper top on... I have the Leer 100XQ

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well the guy that was holding the shell for me sold me out but found this a.r.e on craigslist for 300 bucks great condition to bad its not white but the silver is growing on me please tell me how to resize pics to fit screen somebody on my taco now
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