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by T-Rex 2500HD [OP] » May 25 2012, 3:08am
mag11SGM wrote:Bed line that bad boy....all around better.
by mag11SGM » May 25 2012, 3:10am
T-Rex 2500HD wrote:mag11SGM wrote:Bed line that bad boy....all around better.
LOL, No use for spray in liners. I do understand there superiority to all liners, but my better half won't like it, LOL.
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by T-Rex 2500HD [OP] » May 26 2012, 4:14am
WIZARD wrote:i had 1 in my last 3 trucks will never buy anything else. i did my own test before i bought my first saw them at a trade show and salesguy had a sample in a jar of batt acid he clamed i went to webside and got a free sample and did my own testing i put every chemical i had in the shop on it and it did nothing. my friend in tx even puts engs in his bed then press washes any mess out
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