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Old 02-05-2013, 09:22 AM   #1
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Anyone use BedTred?

Looks like a viable option to monstalining the interior. I Like the idea of being able to occasionally swap out carpet for a bedlined look and vice versa. BedTred Premium Floor Covering Kit with Cutouts for 97-02 Jeep® Wrangler TJ - Quadratec . A lot of great reviews on Realtruck.com for the truck bedliners, anyone here use it?

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Old 02-05-2013, 09:37 AM   #2
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I saw it at sema. Tough stuff for sure. I'm going to use that in the front (they dont make a rear LJ kit)

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Old 02-05-2013, 09:48 AM   #3
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I would get it if it weren't so pricey.
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464.00 is a lot of DIY spray in bed liner
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:13 AM   #5
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Pretty neat stuff. I'm definitely not one for the sprayed interior; I like carpet, I know, blasphemous.

My friend has one thats rhino-ed and he actually put the carpet back in. I'd go that route instead of that stuff. Just me though. I like the protection of the rhino and the feel/insulation of the carpet. His is a lot quieter than before for sure.
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Pretty neat stuff. I'm definitely not one for the sprayed interior; I like carpet, I know, blasphemous.

My friend has one thats rhino-ed and he actually put the carpet back in. I'd go that route instead of that stuff. Just me though. I like the protection of the rhino and the feel/insulation of the carpet. His is a lot quieter than before for sure.
This is what I do. I usually pull the carpet in the summer because I pull the top too. I enjoy both ways for their own reasons.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:44 PM   #7
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464.00 is a lot of DIY spray in bed liner
I agree!
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464.00 is a lot of DIY spray in bed liner
Agreed
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I've been looking to do the spray in bedliner myself, but I must admit the BedTred does look nice. I like the added insulation for heat and road noise... I'd want to see it weather tested before I dropped that kind of coin though.
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:44 PM   #10
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I have the bedrug liner and love it. I bedlined my tub and installed the bedrug over it. Rained quite a bit last night. Pulled the rear section out last night and shook the water out and replaced it in about 2 minutes. The stuff rocks!
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Old 02-05-2013, 02:10 PM   #11
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Wait a minute, is that like a plastic floor liner? Like the stuff my old Ford Ranger had? God I loved that floor.
I may have to start saving for this.
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Its closed cell foam on the side that goes in the jeep and a hard core vinyl on top. Its really tough stuff and doesn't hold water.
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My only concern would it being like a drop in plastic bedliner for a pickup where the water always finds a way in and then rusts out the bed... I'd have to get a closer look at in person, but honestly, for the money I could see myself picking something like this up. Little more expensive, sure, but the added benefits seem to justify the cost.
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I've ordered the bedrug, should be here this week. Corbeau LG1's arrived last week. I'm thinking about bedlining before swapping old stuff for new. You can order free samples of both bedrug & bedtred on the wedsite and decide for yourself.
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If you like the carpet feel Bedrug would be the one to get...comfortable, stuff won't slide around and just as tough as Bedtred IMO.
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My only concern would it being like a drop in plastic bedliner for a pickup where the water always finds a way in and then rusts out the bed... I'd have to get a closer look at in person, but honestly, for the money I could see myself picking something like this up. Little more expensive, sure, but the added benefits seem to justify the cost.
They put the foam on the bottom so it wont wear out the paint and cause rust.
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I've ordered the bedrug, should be here this week. Corbeau LG1's arrived last week. I'm thinking about bedlining before swapping old stuff for new. You can order free samples of both bedrug & bedtred on the wedsite and decide for yourself.
Let us know how it goes! Pictures for sure.

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They put the foam on the bottom so it wont wear out the paint and cause rust.
I was thinking more along the lines of water working its way in from somewhere, but thats just me being paranoid... The bedrug is quickly becoming a more and more appealing option to me.
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x2 on the pic request. Love to know how easy the install really is.
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Anyone know if thos bedrug will be coming out that fits a JKU? I got a leak in passenger floorboard and I am tired of getting it "fixed" at the dealership. I want to avoid the mildew musty smell and keep the feeling of carpet.
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Anyone know if thos bedrug will be coming out that fits a JKU? I got a leak in passenger floorboard and I am tired of getting it "fixed" at the dealership. I want to avoid the mildew musty smell and keep the feeling of carpet.
I've been closely looking at the BedTred option for my JK just can't find any real world reviews or pictures. It looks like they make the bedrug and bedtred now for the JKU. http://www.bedrug.com/products/jeep-...p-kits-jk.html
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I like it but man is it pricey.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:14 PM   #22
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464.00 is a lot of DIY spray in bed liner
There's an ebay retailer with it for $368 free shipping. Still pricey, but not as bad.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:35 PM   #23
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Really nice stuff. But, I still think bedliner is better and you can get it in all colors.
I plan to add white bedliner to my Jeep to replace the factory white floor. I was quoted $300 dollars to do everything by the same auto shop that repaired and rechromed my front tubular bumper, and they did an awesome job on it. I saw them do a red bedliner and it was absolutely great.
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Bed Tred

I purchased the Bed Tred bedliner for my 97 TJ from quadratec. Yep, paid top dollar, but it is awesome! Extremely simple to install and very easy to remove to clean. I recommend it.

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