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Old 10-08-2008, 09:36 PM   #1
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Bed w/o liner

Does anyone have any pics of what the bed, specifically bed rails, looks like without the liner on it? I'm thinking about adding a head ache rack but am too lazy to take all the liners off to see how to mount it.
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Old 10-09-2008, 05:03 AM   #5
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I guess Toyota needs to explain "composite bed" a little better in their commercials, dealer brochures, and train their salesman to explain it better.
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Old 10-09-2008, 06:29 AM   #6
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My dealer explained it perfectly.
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Old 10-09-2008, 06:42 AM   #7
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My dealer explained it perfectly.
I understood it too.... But the increasing number of people that think the composite bed is a liner than can be removed simply amazes me. People just don't seem to understand the whole bed is one piece of injection molded fiberglass-like material and there is no removing it unless you don't want a bed.

So either people are stupid, or it's not being explained properly.... I'll leave that decision to someone else!
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My salesguy told me that it had a bed liner.
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I assumed it was a liner too...
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My salesguy told me that it had a bed liner.
Yeah, and that's the problem... I think they need to say something like "It's one big hunk o'plastic". That way I think people would understand then that there isn't anything to remove, there is no metal under the composite, etc.
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My salesperson explained the bed material as a composit, which will never rust. Impressed me as the bed in my 87 Nissan rusted through during the ten years I had it.
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All literature, ads, etc, say composite bed... Devil is in the details.
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My salesperson explained the bed material as a composit, which will never rust. Impressed me as the bed in my 87 Nissan rusted through during the ten years I had it.
I had a '90 Nissan and the bed rusted through in almost a dozen places. Was a good truck other wise - had it 16 years. My salesman explained what the composite bed was. I like the theory behind it, if nothing else, since I was not looking forward to another rusty truck bed.
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