Spray-in 97 F250 bed liner is peeling up due to WVO spills soaking into it. Can anyone recommend a bedliner (spray in or drop in) that resists WVO?
The molded drop in.
'05 Cummins CTD 24V HPCR RAM 2500 QC SLT SB Black 4X4 48RE 325 hp 610 ft.lbs
GC Kit + 3rd Tank WVO(80%)/RUG(20%) + Co-Pilot
3-Tank Operation managed by Co-Pilot: Blending(warm up) / Veggie(hot run) / Diesel(purge for next start)
Smarty Jr 40/70/100 hp (Timing Map Modification)
I'm using a thick rubber mat in my third truck. They withstand abuse from heavy loads best.
While a WVO puddle will make the mat wrinkle a little (like a damp newspaper) the mat dries out OK and goes back to being flat after the puddle is mopped up.
My truck has a Rhino bed liner. It is REALLY tough and unaffected by vege oil.
Google Rhino bed liners. cheers Jimmie
Spend the money and spray the Rhino LIner.
My guy was great and my liner was 1/4" thick!
The drop in plastic liners act as sandpaper and gets the metal bed nice and shiney when is moves around sanding off the factory paint.
The future of America is easy to perceive; Just visit Mexico or South Africa!
VO makes a pretty indestructible bedliner by itself. Next time you have a spill, sprinkle some sand in there, and let it bake in the sun for a few days. I gave up trying to keep the back of my truck clean and took this approach - works great.
'01 Dodge 2500, home made system
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