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Old 05-27-2007, 03:14 AM   #1
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Maintaining the Bed Liner

Was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to maintain (detail) the bed liner on my 06 Tacoma? I don't put anything in the back of my truck so the bed is flawless.
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Old 05-27-2007, 07:15 AM   #2
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I use the Toyota Tacoma bed mat and it stops all the scratching, plus it is sticky enough that nothing slides around either.
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Old 05-27-2007, 07:58 AM   #3
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I put a few scratches in the bed of my truck last Monday hauling 126 concrete pavers.. I kinda like.. adds character to my truck... hehehe Of course that is what I bought the truck for.. to haul stuff!
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There is no bed liner. You mean the interior of the bed? I like the OEM bedmat. Then you can keep the front and sides shiny by wiping on some 303 Aerospace protectant.
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Old 05-27-2007, 01:03 PM   #5
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I use carpeting.....

I found a large piece of scrap carpeting on a jobsite one time, so i took it home. It was wide enough to make a mat for the bed of the Taco, and long enough to make a full carpeted mat for the interior of the Sienna. It does slide a bit, but I can't beat it for the price, and I don't worry about the look, especially with the tailgate up and the tonneau cover closed...
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I'm going to have the bottom of mine sprayed by TOFF liner.
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Old 06-01-2007, 03:58 PM   #7
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have you talked to them already? Some spray-on liners will not properly adhere to our bed.
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I got a mat from jc whitney's (79.00).
That way I can haul junk and still keep the bed nice. The mat is sticky enough to keep stuff from sliding around.

probably cheaper than the oem mat form Toyota.
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i got mine off ebay and i'm wanting to say it was around 50 or so
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I got a mat from jc whitney's (79.00).
That way I can haul junk and still keep the bed nice. The mat is sticky enough to keep stuff from sliding around.

probably cheaper than the oem mat form Toyota.
I got my OEM mat from the dealership. They matched an online price of $52. No shipping costs. Perfect fit. Nice quality. My vote goes for the OEM version, on this one.
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pb do you have photo's on that my "Diva" bed is all scratched up from hard and heavy items. thanks fo rthe advice though
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I got my OEM mat from the dealership. They matched an online price of $52. No shipping costs. Perfect fit. Nice quality. My vote goes for the OEM version, on this one.
Wow that's awesome...
wish I was that smart!! I guess I should've tried my dealer 1st
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.... Perfect fit. Nice quality. My vote goes for the OEM version, on this one.
What he said...fits great and sticky/grabby as all get out. Looks good, Tacoma imprint...got mine for about 76.00.
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