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So today i went all around town trying to figure out a way to line the bed of my truck.

My bed is all kinds of messed up its dented, scratched, etc.

My first option is to completely line-X it. 400+ $ and it wont cover up any of the dents and is permanent.

Next would be a full drop in liner with the tailgate protector. Its inexpensive with a price tag of around 230$ However, it looks like crap IMO and it requires drilling for the tailgate section.

Next would be a "hybrid" using a Line-x'd tailgate and a drop in liner. running me about 300-350$

Lastly would be a bedrug with an Xtreme lip spoiler and finding a way to cover my loading ramps in a way that they wouldnt scratch the paint. This would run me around 400$ when all is said and done.
 

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herculiner $90. its what i did. yes u can't get rid of the dents unless u pop them out. its cheap and its as good as the others (rhino and line-x). u do it urself by rolling it on. i think thats a good way
 

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Wow.. I only paid $140 for my under the rail drop in liner.. The guy even installed it for me. :)

I am going to do the roll on bed liner next time. DIY. No noise that way but since you want to cover it all up... Drop in would be the way I think..
 
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i like the bedrugs. im gonna get one in a few weeks
 

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dude I got a liner in mine man and I only paid 70 bucks for it at Advance Auto Parts....no wait wal mart, and its by Dupli Color. Looks great, and has held up for about 3 years so far
 

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dude I got a liner in mine man and I only paid 70 bucks for it at Advance Auto Parts....no wait wal mart, and its by Dupli Color. Looks great, and has held up for about 3 years so far
man gotta love wal-mart! im gonna do the same liner and it turns out really nice!
 

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X-Liner! I have it and love it. Easy to clean and have yet to be able to damage it. Although I'm thinking of getting a cover and bedrug in the future. Should fit right over the X-Liner.
 

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the only problem with herculiner is that it can start to melt/sag down on the sidewalls in very hot weather (proboboly not a problem for yall up north, but here in texas...)
 

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good choice on the bed rug. I have one and love it!
 
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