Pickup truck bed liners?

CHenry

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Big heavy rubber mats do fine, but it's got to be heavy or you'll see it flapping around back there at highway speeds.

Spray in liners are almost all a waste, except Line-x. That is some tough stuff, but it's not cheap. Cheap liners peel, scratch, and scuff. I did managed to gouge a line-x liner when a job box slipped off the forklift, but it was a real quick and free repair.
Line X is all I've ever had. I drove one truck for 12 years with a line X in it and it never wore out. Faded some but that didnt bother me at all. They can color match your paint now days I'm told.
 

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My current truck came with a lineX liner, which I really like.
I built a false floor in it (with drawers underneath for tools) and covered that with roll on Herculiner. The herculiner and lineX match pretty well and I'm happy with the herculiner, but in no way would advocate doing it yourself to an entire bed. Would be really difficult to get evenly on the walls and ridges.

Bottom line:
LineX yes, Herculiner no (or on flat surfaces only)
 
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