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Old 02-07-2014, 06:17 AM   #1
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What bed liners are available from Mopar?

Do they still make the anti skid version with the hemi badge on it for the 5.7 foot bed?
Any other recommendations for bed protection?

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Old 02-07-2014, 07:26 AM   #2
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Do they still make the anti skid version with the hemi badge on it for the 5.7 foot bed?
Any other recommendations for bed protection?
Well, If you were in FL I would have one for you. I had to get a new bed for my truck and it came with a dodge liner. And I still have the one that came with the truck. That makes 1 too many.
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I have a family member down there just north of tampa not far from you guys, Might need to make a road trip!
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Old 02-07-2014, 01:21 PM   #5
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For the cost a spray in liner would be the way to go. No wording about moisture getting under it and causing rust. And you can have the Hemi or Mopar logo added. I had mine sprayed over the rail and it was $450. Nothing fancy though.
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Depending on how you use your truck and whether you have a bed cover or not...I have been using Bed Rugs since 2004 and love them. I have always gotten the ones with the Ram logo at the front.
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That's the some one I have also Love it

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Depending on how you use your truck and whether you have a bed cover or not...I have been using Bed Rugs since 2004 and love them. I have always gotten the ones with the Ram logo at the front.
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i haver the spray in and love it, but its slippery. if i had it back i would have got the reflex spray in, more like a rubber and very grippy. mine was the dodge factory spray in so i didnt get a choice lol.
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I have the Rhino spray-in which I think is fine and has good grip however I think the LineX is a better spray-in...IMHO




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Linex is very nice it's lighter and stronger than rhino liner a bit more textured and you can get it any color you want
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