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Plastic(read composite) that prevented “things” from sliding on the floor of the bed; I’d pay for that feature
 

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Most trucks I’ve seen have spray on composite liners.

Don't really see the difference between this and that myself.

Only way it’ll bother me is if it flexes too much. Floor should be solid.
 

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Hate that idea. Seems cheap! Will cancel my Tri motor order and stick to my ICE truck.
And here we go again!

Listen Gordon, no one here will take you seriously. Seriously, no one.

Post up, become a community/forum member, contribute useful insight, then voice your concerns.
 

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Most trucks I’ve seen have spray on composite liners.

Don't really see the difference between this and that myself.

Only way it’ll bother me is if it flexes too much. Floor should be solid.
If it flexes too much...
Let your bootie do the yogaaa

 

 

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