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Wheel well liner
johnnypayne66 posted a topic in 2019-2023 Silverado & SierraAny information on ordering factory wheel well liners. I have a 2020 GMC SLT that has the felt or carpet type wheel liners on it. I despise this new type liner, so hard to clean, and it’s a dirt magnet. I would like to have the plain hard plastic ones. Is there anyone that can locate part numbers for the old style liners. I prefer to have factory parts as I’ve read that the after market ones sometimes takes a lot of fabrication to properly. Vin number attached
All Weather Floor Liner Double Cab Rear
ejdziurka posted a topic in For Sale/WantedChevy Double Cab Second-Row Interlocking Premium All-Weather Floor Liner in Black - Fits 2014 - 2019 Legacy Double Cab https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/2017/Chevrolet/Silverado 1500/double-cab-second-row-interlocking-premium-all-weather-floor-liner-in-jet-black-23237404?categoryId=12001 $25.00 Local Pick-up Only (Mid-Michigan / Tri-City Area)
BedRug vs. 'Carpeted Bed Liner'
Darmichar posted a topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsSorry if this has been addressed before. There were actually a lot of results in the search, too many, in fact, to find the answer I was looking for. I'm in the market for a carpeted bed liner. I'm looking at Bedrugs but I also see that Chevy offers the OEM 'Carpeted bed liner'. Are these the same thing, are they both made by Bedrug? Does anyone have the OEM liner that can shed some light on pros/cons of getting one over the other?
Bedrug Horrible Idea???
Puma posted a topic in Member Product ReviewsI had line-x in the past and was always happy, but wanted something that fit my needs better. We do a lot of camping and often sleep in the bed of the truck. I didn't really want one of those air mattresses (the wife can't sleep on them...and she doesn't let me either ) So, in an effort to keep mama happy I took a chance on what I thought was " padded carpet". BOY WAS I WRONG! The vehicle unique form fitting spun plastic is extremely soft and easy on my old joints. NOW on to why I decided to post this review... I had a gas can in the bed of the truck and by the time I made it over to fill the lawn mower, I had gas all over the bed of my truck. I know, I know, I'm the idiot who didn't secure the can. The wife was pissed and said I would have to buy a new one. Being the stubborn old goat I am, I decided I would fix it. Some Simple Green and my pressure washer worked great. Granted, I had to wash and let it dry 3 times, but there is no trace of a gasoline smell. So, was it a horrible idea? Not at all! This thing is wonderful!
I've noticed on my 2015 Silverado that the paint has been worn down to the metal along the step rail on the drivers side. I was thinking about sanding and applying a bed liner materials to this area. Curious if anyone has done this, and if so, could post any pics of the application?
Bull-Ring tie downs
Blue2Red posted a topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsHello all, I want to install retractable bull ring tie downs in the top rail pockets of my bed. I am unfamiliar with these accessories, and cannot seem to find any that are specifically compatible with the new generation Sierra. This leads me to believe that they may be a universal type accessory, however the inside of the pocket towards the rear looks a bit different than I recall older trucks looking (a lot more plastic inside). Any suggestions on compatibility of these tie downs on a 2016 sierra 1500? Thank you guys
Wheel liners or Heruliner
mikemac4498 posted a topic in Vehicle Appearance, Care, & MaintenanceI'm looking to do something with my '11 silver Silverado wheel wells. I've looked at some of the wheel liners that are available and have also been considering doing something like Herculiner. How well do the do-it-yourself stuff work on wheel wells? And advice?