Bedrug Bedliner Delivery
I let the bedliner sit in the sun to become more pliable while I cleaned the truck bed, then I folded the sides back and zipped them to the bedliner floor. Pulling the bedliner up into the bed was a simple job for one person. The rest of the installation took place after the bedliner was in the bed.
The bedliner is held in the bed with a hook and loop system that's similar to Velcro®. Loops are sewn to the liner and the hooks fasten to the bed with self-adhesive strips.
The entire installation took about an hour and was easy to do.
There are a couple of choices if you need to fit the Bedrug around permanent tie downs or other accessories. Either cut a slit in the Bedrug and guide them through or remove the items and re-install them through the bedliner.
Bedrug Bedliner Construction
Each Bedrug is molded to fit a specific truck model. The floor padding is made to sit between the ribs to give the floor liner a smooth surface--it looks good and is easy to kneel on. My Bedrug is a perfect fit everywhere, including the sections of the bedliner that extend up the bed walls and over the wheel wells.
The manufacturer says that the Bedrug can't be stained or damaged by spills of "acids, solvents, chemical compounds or petroleum products." I haven't spilled much on my bedliner yet, so I can't give you a first hand report on every type of chemical, but I've heard enough positive comments from other truck owners to take the claim seriously.
Would I Buy the Bedrug Bedliner Again?
We've had a lot of rain lately and I've noticed that it runs right off of the Bedrug liner and out of the bed with no pooling.
The Bedrug is durable -- haul anything you want without worrying about how it will affect the liner.
The only drawback to the Bedrug is the 65-degree installation requirement. If you buy the Bedrug during cold weather you'll need to install it in a heated garage or find another warm spot to work in.