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Tricks to dumping RAIN WATER from bed?

 
Old 05-31-2017, 07:16 PM
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Cant wait to shovel the friggin snow out of this thing in the winter y'all.
Leave it and the tires won't spin. :-)
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When I wash my car, my drop-in liner causes the water to move toward the front and fail to drain. I have to back onto the yard which has a downhill slope. The paver idea was pretty good, you just have to raise the front a little.
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What I have always done: put it in reverse with tailgate down and go fast, then slam on breaks. If you're backing down hill it helps.
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What I have always done: put it in reverse with tailgate down and go fast, then slam on breaks. If you're backing down hill it helps.
That's what I did when I had a drop in liner. It also gets most of the leaf litter and pine needles out of the bed.
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I want to know how to keep my tires dry while I drive in the rain.
Koo Koo water I say
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To be honest this sounds like a stupid question !
like all the other responses also agree its a brain dead question.
think it through.... & you may achieve your answer !
well ....maybe ...since you are asking this question ....
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I'm late to the party. I'd recommend the speed holes. When you have water in the bed, they become drain holes. No water = speed holes. 'Nuff said.
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My Silverado's bed never held water... thanks to road salt
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Buy a tarp. Free swimming pool
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Can't believe this thread has gone 7 pages.
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