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Old 12-14-2019, 07:34 PM   #11
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Did you buy it from this lady? 🤣 https://youtu.be/U_sl_bj4z0A
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Old 12-14-2019, 08:22 PM   #12
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Iuno whats worse the act shes doing or the music
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She might be on to something... added comfort with extra humidity living in the desert
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
I had a 2011 that had the rubber floor liner with the insulation inter it, a pretty dumb design. I pulled it out and after the 4 years it was the floor was starting to rot. I took it out and made a floor out of 3/4 plywood. I brushed on bedliner before settling the plywood down,
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Short of long wheelbase?
Ended up going for the short, long is going to be a pain for tight parking lots an downtown.
Pipe will extend into cab area on floor..not a big deal.
Rather have double barn doors
I had the long wheelbase. I didn’t find much difference, just have to choose where your going to park.
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
I had a 2011 that had the rubber floor liner with the insulation inter it, a pretty dumb design. I pulled it out and after the 4 years it was the floor was starting to rot. I took it out and made a floor out of 3/4 plywood. I brushed on bedliner before settling the plywood down,
Yea iv been thinking what to do for the floor.
I dont wanna build a false floor an shelves then have to pull it apart to change the floor.

I pulled the bed liner thats almost dry by now.
Just not sure if the liner under the seats will get enough air.
Ill see how my fan works though...
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Old 12-14-2019, 10:31 PM   #17
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I removed the partition, stuck my hand under the bed liner an the insulation is wet 😕 no rust that i can see, looks like a new liner.
Is this common ? Never really checked under any bed liners befour.
I had a 2011 that had the rubber floor liner with the insulation inter it, a pretty dumb design. I pulled it out and after the 4 years it was the floor was starting to rot. I took it out and made a floor out of 3/4 plywood. I brushed on bedliner before settling the plywood down,
Yea iv been thinking what to do for the floor.
I dont wanna build a false floor an shelves then have to pull it apart to change the floor.

I pulled the bed liner thats almost dry by now.
Just not sure if the liner under the seats will get enough air.
Ill see how my fan works though...
I cut mine right under the bulk head. I never had an issue in the cab even though I lightly washed the floor with a power washer. Pull the mat out and trace it out on plywood. If I remember correctly a extended would take 3 sheets, one cut lengthways.
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Did you get a contractor license to open a company?
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Did you get a contractor license to open a company?
Eventually, thats the idea.
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Did you get a contractor license to open a company?
Eventually, thats the idea.
It’s just a business license in Ontario. For now.
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