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Old 07-11-2016, 02:19 PM   #1
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WeatherTech Bed Liners - great product!

http://www.jcwhitney.com/weathertech.../p3089922.jcwx

I just got this for my new truck - they are fantastic - bed and tailgate $265 from JC Whitney.

I had a spray-in in my last truck it was great also. But Weathertech is great - they fit like it was sprayed in.
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We would agree, WeatherTech - makes great products!
We're using several of their quality items.
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Not bad, a good idea for little money. But if you want good protection and extra strength you can't beat spray in bed liner. Had the linex and need to get it in my current truck again.
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Wow! I love Weathertech products. Never knew they were making bed liners. I have had several Line-X and a couple Rhino liners in my work trucks. Had a toolbox coated with it and used it in two different trucks. Now I think I may give this American made product a try. I just got a quote for spraying my current truck today, and it was double the cost of this Weathertech. Not sure I need the full coverage protection any longer.
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Weathertech makes good stuff, but I keep going back to something I read a long time ago. "Never have seen a Rhino or Line-X laying on the side of the freeway after blowing out"
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Weathertech makes good stuff, but I keep going back to something I read a long time ago. "Never have seen a Rhino or Line-X laying on the side of the freeway after blowing out"
I had a Line-X - great product. I just don't need it now.

Weathertech is attached to the bed with several velcro attachment. It is so well measured that it looks as if it is Line-X
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