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best bed liner and divider.

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Bkuscsik, Jan 9, 2017.

  1. Jan 9, 2017 at 6:38 PM
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    Bkuscsik

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    Just got a 17 and want to get a bed mat. I see options from many providers, thick rubber, thicker rubber, carpet, and Weathertec fitted. Any suggestions on what works best?

    Also need a bed cargo divider so I can keep my golf clubs in the bed without them rolling all around. Any reason to pay the full tilt retail for the Toyo OEM divider?

    thanks
     
  2. Jan 9, 2017 at 6:49 PM
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    GPsevinSixx

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    dYL0n

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  4. Jan 10, 2017 at 4:58 AM
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    He can get the bed mat in my Duke of Deals Round 2 thread. And he can ask the guy if he can also get a deal on the Cargo Divider.
     
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    Check out KB Voodoo's products. He's always fabbing up cool stuff.
     
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    Is the OEM divider compatible with the OEM tonneau cover?
     
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    The OEM bed mat works great and fits great.
     
  11. Jan 10, 2017 at 12:14 PM
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    I was in the same position as you and went with the complete bedrug, and an Amp research bedXtender.

    The upside of the bedXtender is that you can flip it into your truck to use as a divider but you can also flip it out onto your tailgate to extend your bed a bit. (always good to have in a clutch)

    The Rug is cool because this model provides 100% coverage all the way up the sides and even has cut outs for all the storage compartments. They make a version for just the bottom as well.
     
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    How is the BedRug holding up? I bought an OEM bed mat but hate that rubber smell. Looked at the BedRug at a local store yesterday, have to say I really like it. Have you had to take it out to hose crap off of it or does it vacuum easily? Also, the local store said it has cut outs for the cubbies on each side of the bed but not for the LED lights back there, their installation includes making cut outs for the lights and tie down hooks. Is that right?
     
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    So far so good, whenever I get it really dirty I just hose it off and let it dry out. It doesn't really hold water so it usually gets completely dry within a few hours. But if you want since it only installs with velcro its really easy to take out and put back in.

    Local store is correct my truck did not have any bed lights but I had to cut little slits for the tie down hooks to go through. Really easy to do.

    Totally worth it IMO.
     
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    I just picked up my oem bed mat for my longbed at my local Toyota dealer for $94 and some change. I called around to see what the prices were. Looked for a coupon online from their parts dept, went in and picked one up. They matched the lowest price I found and gave me an even better deal. All it takes is just asking sometimes. The parts guy was happy to do and took a little more off because he said he wanted to beat the other guy!
     
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    Didn't even consider harbor freight. Thanks for the heads up. That's on my next agenda.
     
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    Reverse light upgrade , Bed extender , stall mat bedliner Indestructible
    I gotta chime in here on this one. I found what they call a stall mat at Tractor Supply for $40 and used a jigsaw to cut out the wheelwells . This is super heavy duty stuff. I have a short bed and ended up cutting off a foot of it. They are 4 x 6 x 3/4" thick. Covers most of the bed and wears like iron. Just hose it off and it looks like new again. I like the added weight in the winter too. Only negative is it is heavy and the new rubber smell takes a while to wear off. Oh and things won't slide easily if that's what you like.
     
  18. Jan 15, 2017 at 11:24 AM
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    This is what I went with. 1 mat for a DCSB. Couple hours with a measuring tape, utility knife, and some gorilla tape to cut-seam-and fill the right rear corner with the pieces. Working out fine. Pretty as OEM, not really. Seriously though, truck . . . . bed . . . . who cares. It works.
     
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    @gpb, I stopped by my local harbor freight today and picked up that cargo bar after seeing this post. It's actually better than the ones I've been seeing at the camper shell shops around town. Took your tip and found the 20% off coupon and got it for about $19 after tax. I'm stoked!
     
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