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P700 Horse Stall mat bed liner

Slackjaw

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After getting knocked down by the sticker shock of the OEM bed liner I began scheming alternatives. The local ag supply sells thick rubber mat, 4'x6' for around $30.
I grabbed a square of it, made a template from cardboard and cut out a bed liner.
It's very thick stuff.
Next step is to move the D rings to the top of the material. I need to get some longer bolts.
They will also serve to anchor it down, hopefully.

I have the longer tailgate cables on order.
Next step is to figure out a way to make the tailgate more friendly to work off of.
I may go simple and just use a piece of plywood. Its killing me trying to work off it with all those holes. Nothing will sit level.
Terrible design, IMO.
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Slackjaw

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Durham NC
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Why not just screw another chunk of mat to it? Not sure what exactly your working on i usually use the holes for holding bolts and screws. Lol

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I fuel & sharpen my chainsaws, clean fish and sit my beer on it.
I may use the same material but use the tailgate bracket bolts to secure it.
Those holes are a menace to society.
 

Alan_Vander

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I fuel & sharpen my chainsaws, clean fish and sit my beer on it.
I may use the same material but use the tailgate bracket bolts to secure it.
Those holes are a menace to society.
Ah yeah board would probably be better all round if your cleaning fish.

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N8theGR8

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After getting knocked down by the sticker shock of the OEM bed liner I began scheming alternatives. The local ag supply sells thick rubber mat, 4'x6' for around $30.
I grabbed a square of it, made a template from cardboard and cut out a bed liner.
It's very thick stuff.
Next step is to move the D rings to the top of the material. I need to get some longer bolts.
They will also serve to anchor it down, hopefully.

I have the longer tailgate cables on order.
Next step is to figure out a way to make the tailgate more friendly to work off of.
I may go simple and just use a piece of plywood. Its killing me trying to work off it with all those holes. Nothing will sit level.
Terrible design, IMO.
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You think that may would be good for mud flaps?
 
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