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Old 09-25-2014, 08:00 AM   #1
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RETRAX PRO BED COVER and BED RUG for F-350 Long Bed

I have these less than a year old items for sale off of our 2013 Ford Superduty F-350 Long Bed (8' box). We recently got out of full timing and need the truck more as a "farm truck" than a mobile garage now.

* Retrax Pro retractable aluminum bedcover.
RetraxPRO | Retrax
These things are $1700 new. Ours has one tiny ding near the rear that is barely noticeable. I will take anyone's best REASONABLE offer. I'd like it out of my shop.

* BedRug Truck Bed Liner
Bed Rug Pickup Truck Bed Liners BedRug - Next Generation Bedliner
Costs around $500 new. Everybody thinks "It's carpet and won't last". Quite the contrary. It looks like carpet, feels like carpet, but is made of recycled plastic. You can spill whatever you want on it, and clean or pressure wash it very easily. On this item as well, I will take anyone's best REASONABLE offer.

Take a shot with an offer. You might be surprised what I'd accept. Worst case I'll say no. I will deliver or arrange to meet someone within a reasonable distance of Florien, LA. These items are way to big to ship, plus I don't think anybody would want to pay what it'd cost to ship this stuff. Very bulky.
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Old 09-25-2014, 01:11 PM   #2
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I a Bed Rug installed when I bought my Tundra in 2008 and have never regretted it. It has been very durable and since it is padded, it makes it very easy on the old knees when crawling around in the bed. It was also nice when helping my daughter move as I did not need to worry about scratching her stuff.


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Old 09-25-2014, 01:21 PM   #3
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I've had bedrugs since 98 and they are awsum! My new to me truck came with a spray in liner. I added the bedrug mat(floor section) to the bed. There a knee saver!
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Old 09-26-2014, 07:55 AM   #4
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Hoping somebody will need this stuff. We bought it less than a year ago. Somebody would be shocked what I'd let it go for, just gotta get a bite.

Not that I don't like the stuff, I did and still do, but the truck had to get repurposed since we got out of full timing.


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Old 10-07-2014, 09:51 PM   #5
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No takers so far, so I'm going to throw some numbers out there. $500 for the retrax, $150 for the bed rug. Any takers? Would like to get these items out of my shop. You won't find these items this new, this cheap, anywhere.


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Old 10-07-2014, 10:21 PM   #6
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Those would look great on my F350 FX4, but alas the wallet is light and the miles apart are many.
There are those occasional trips over to the Horseshoe in Bossier City.
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If you ever do make a trip over to Bossier, just let me know. Might can work out something. I'm about 1.5 hours south of their.
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Old 10-08-2014, 04:35 PM   #8
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Sadly we were there last Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Drove back to the RV parked in Gladewater, TX then back to the Horseshoe Saturday late afternoon and return that late evening.

Guess I shouldn't say "sadly" since after all the time there it was a break even trip.

Let me think on this a bit, I do like the way it looks on your truck so it would stand out nicely on my Platinum White and gold very well also.

Also, love the running boards you have on your truck!!!!
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No hurry. I don't think any of it's going anywhere very quick. Funny thing on the running boards, or at least now. We didn't have any steps on the first or second dually. I had rubber floors in the second one, that I had cleaned really good one evening, and my wife hopped in on our first date, and disappeared right back out of the truck on the ground. That truck soon got the DeeZee boards, and the 2 duallies after that did as well. I won't be without them now, plus they keep the mud and rocks off of the side of the truck. Pricey at around $800, but worth it.
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