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Hi all! I am looking to install a bed liner on my TB. I am confused about which bed size to use. I have a 2020 Custom Trailboss crewcab. I have seen several liners that say they don't fit that model. What non spray in liner do yall recommend?
 

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My 2021 TB is the third pickup that I have put a Bed Rug brand bed liner in. These work so well for me I would not have a truck without one. Today my wife and I went a got a Full Yard of garden soil (2,200 lbs) and used a tarp to cover the Bed Rug. Your Bed is officially considered either 5' 10" or 5' 8" by vendors ... same thing. There is a Kit of special adhesive to use if yours has the Spray-In coating like mine has. This works well, you need it.


When I go and get Firewood, or Rock or Dirt ... I have them use a Front Loader and just dump the load straight in. The Bed Rug protects the bed from impacts. A Roll-Up Tonneau and a Bed Rug are absolutely Must-Have items, IMHO. Also ... shop around, you might get a lower price at somewhere other than the official Bed Rug site.
 
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My 2021 TB is the third pickup that I have put a Bed Rug brand bed liner in. These work so well for me I would not have a truck without one. Today my wife and I went a got a Full Yard of garden soil (2,200 lbs) and used a tarp to cover the Bed Rug. Your Bed is officially considered either 5' 10" or 5' 8" by vendors ... same thing. There is a Kit of special adhesive to use if yours has the Spray-In coating like mine has. This works well, you need it.


When I go and get Firewood, or Rock or Dirt ... I have them use a Front Loader and just dump the load straight in. The Bed Rug protects the bed from impacts. A Roll-Up Tonneau and a Bed Rug are absolutely Must-Have items, IMHO. Also ... shop around, you might get a lower price at somewhere other than the official Bed Rug site.
I transport motorcycles and stuff in my bed occasionally, how do you think it would handle those?
 

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The company says the fiber used is polypropylene, but in my years of experience it seems more like Spun Delrin. The carpet is very tough and durable. I have also carried dirt bikes, and equipment including an industrial Telescope Lens Polisher (Denver to San Diego) and an 1,800 lb metal lathe (Denver to Carbondale - 4 hours on I-70). Spilled oil, dirt, rock etc. ... nothing seems to bother a Bed Rug. And, I use a vacuum on mine because I like to keep it nice and clean. The bottom perimeter of the Bed Rug conforms very well to the corners. A large number of self-adhesive hook-&-loop fasteners make it seem almost permanently installed, and yet if I ever wanted to, I'm sure it can be removed in probly 20 minutes.

The newest version made for a Trail Boss has openings for the Bed Lights that my previous trucks did not have. And of course there are Slots for all of the tie-down loops that our truck beds include.
 
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