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Bedbag Disposable Box Liner…Anyone Tried This?

 
Old 04-02-2010, 06:42 PM
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I thought this looked like a great idea. My wife wants me to take my new truck to the local nursery for a load of compost, and this looks to be a nice way to keep the box clean. Anyone tried them yet?

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Probably work ok but a lot cheaper to just hose the bed out. Any idea on cost?
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Kinda cool. Especially if you have a bedrug. About $15.
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Originally Posted by MarkY View Post
Kinda cool. Especially if you have a bedrug. About $15.


Thats just the reason I like it.
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$15 bucks!!! For a few $ more you could just go and buy a nice tarp to lay in the bed. Plus you could fold it over the top to keep the product from blowing out. The best part is that you can use more than once and can use it for other projects. IMO, the liner looks like a simple plastic bag that would tear under the slightest load or if you nicked it with a shovel while you were unloading it. JMO, it's your money, but I have a tarp and it works great for me and I use it quite often. You can even run a line through all the tie down holes and cinch it up like a trash bag.

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+1 on the tarp idea, I have one I bought a Northern Tools for about $12.00. Had it for 5-6 years now. Use it like your bag there, and to cover junk in the bed. Also to lay on when working under the truck in the driveway. When dirty, just hose it off, let it dry and fold it back up. Ready for the next time you need it.
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*edited*

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WTF???

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What has this world come to??? *shakes head*
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that sounds about right
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