Season 2: Episode 20
BedRug Installation @ SEMA Show 2009

BedRug Installation @ SEMA Show 2009

Chris Duke from Motorz TV shows you how to install a BedRug pickup truck bedliner from BedRug, Inc. (formerly Wise Industries) on a 2010 Ford F-150. Filmed live at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV.

I have personally owned a BedRug in every truck I’ve owned (3), including my current Ford F-150. I have never had an issue with it, and it always looks great. If it gets dirty, I just hose it down and it looks new again. Even with an open bed truck, the BedRug is easy to maintain.

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Episode Notes

This SEMA-special episode is 5 of 9 episodes we filmed while in Las Vegas at the 2009 SEMA Show. Promoted as an eBay Motors workshop titled “Mastering Installation Videos”, Chris Duke and his Motorz TV crew installed a total of nine products over the course of three days, November 3-5 in Vegas.

Even though Motorz TV Season 2 ended at the end of September 2009 (Season 3 begins in January 2010), this event gave us some great new content to publish between seasons.

In this episode I share the spotlight with winners of 2009 eBay Motors Master Contest, Hong Quan and Alan Decktor. They are two of four winners who entered an eBay video contest to show off the build-up of their ride. They won a trip to the SEMA Show, an appearance on MOTORZ TV, and more!

Product Information

BedRug by BedRug, Inc. is the ultimate in truck bed protection. Finally an ALL-PLASTIC liner that maximizes the use of your pickup! BedRug beats hard liners and spray-on liners for hardworking performance.  BedRug’s lifestyle performance bed liner redefines the way you use your truck. One day concrete blocks… the next precious antiques. BedRug handles it all.

BedRug’s ability to handle any cargo without compromise has earned it the ultimate seal of approval as a premium, authorized accessory for Ford, General Motors, Dodge and Toyota vehicles. This tough but gentle bed liner featuring non-skid, cushioning properties is offered through dealers at the time of purchase or through your local auto parts store. We are so sure you’ll love BedRug that we back it up with a lifetime warranty.

So… whether it’s coolers or concrete… camping or construction equipment… BedRug works and plays for you. If you are buying a new truck, your dealer can install BedRug in about 30 minutes – the time spent to finalize your paperwork!  If you are looking to enhance your currently owned vehicle, BedRug can be purchased in aftermarket automotive stores.  If you are a DIYer, BedRug provides easy instructions for a flawless install.

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST.  “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom Motorz TV Intro.

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Disclaimer

THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THESE PROGRAMS AND WEBSITE ARE FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY AND ARE NOT DIRECTED TO ANY PARTICULAR INDIVIDUAL OR FOR ANY PARTICULAR MAKE OR MODEL OF VEHICLE. MODIFYING YOUR VEHICLE CAN BE DANGEROUS. APPROPRIATE SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES SHOULD BE USED. USE CAUTION WHEN OPERATING A MODIFIED VEHICLE AND REMEMBER YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE PROGRAMS, DEMONSTRATIONS AND/OR PROCEDURES MAY NOT PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY OR RELEVANT INFORMATION. APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS SHOULD BE CHECKED BEFORE ANY PROJECT IS COMMENCED. ADDITIONALLY, BEFORE COMMENCING YOUR PROJECT, YOU SHOULD CHECK A VEHICLE'S OWNER'S MANUAL, SHOP MANUAL, WARRANTY BOOKLET AND/OR WITH A MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND TO UNDERSTAND WHAT EFFECT, IF ANY, A MODIFICATION WILL HAVE ON THE SAFETY FEATURES OR THE MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE OF YOUR VEHICLE. PLEASE GET PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE IF YOU'RE NOT SURE, AND, IF PROVIDED, ALWAYS REVIEW THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OF ANY AFTERMARKET PRODUCT. DUKE NETWORKS, LLC MAKES NO WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AS TO THE COMPLETENESS, ACCURACY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF ANY OF THE DEMONSTRATIONS, PROCEDURES, AND/OR PROGRAMS NOR DOES IT GUARANTEE THAT THE PROGRAMS WILL BE ERROR-FREE OR CONTINUOUSLY AVAILABLE. YOUR USE OF THIS WEBSITE AND THE PROGRAMS CONTAINED THEREIN ARE AT YOUR SOLE RISK.

42 Responses to “BedRug Installation @ SEMA Show 2009”

  1. Robinson4643 Says:

    Someones getting lazy, lol JK. 5/5

  2. fastlaneinc Says:

    Great install video, Chris. How well does the bedrug hold up with the elements in an open bed (no tonneau)?

  3. motorztv Says:

    LOL. Check out the page for this episode at the MOTORZ TV website for a little background on why I have help in this episode :)

  4. motorztv Says:

    From what I’ve heard it holds up well. A good friend of the show who lives in NY has one in his open bed F-150 and it’s held up great for years. To clean it, he just hoses it down!

  5. BRENTHENRY1989 Says:

    not a big fan of carpet in the truck box (as rain would build up with a open box), but i guess it makes some sense, as you can easily slide objects in and out of the box with out fear of damaging it on a rough bed liner surface, thus i guess its a good idea for people who need such abilities (like someone who moves furniture or objects that can mark easily) great video, and great product

  6. fastlaneinc Says:

    @motorztv Cool! Good to know… I hate tonneau covers on my truck.

  7. fordtruck0 Says:

    Decent product. A friend of mine has one and loves it. For me, I haul too much crap (dirt/rocks) so I just have a drop-in plastic bed-liner

  8. Robinson4643 Says:

    I will check it out (seen your site before) love your videos, watched everyone of them. Can’t get enough!

  9. Robinson4643 Says:

    I will check it out (seen your site before) love your videos, watched everyone of them. Can’t get enough!

  10. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching (and heckling!!!)

  11. motorztv Says:

    If you haul a lot of things that need to be protected (furniture, for example), this is a great product. If you’re hauling dirt and such for landscaping, you’re better off with a plastic bedliner or spray-in.

  12. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching the episode. I love my BedRug… very easy to move boxes and stuff around, and it’s easy on the knees :)

  13. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching the episode.  I love my BedRug… very easy to move boxes and stuff around, and it’s easy on the knees :)

  14. rebelrecycler Says:

    less good thing …..you can now vac the bed clean…..plus great for the drive in …..

  15. rebelrecycler Says:

    less good thing …..you can now vac the bed clean…..plus great for the drive in …..

  16. mrjost55 Says:

    they should’ve worked from the inside out. What was the point of wiping everything down if they were just gonna climb in the bed with their dirty shoes? cool video though

  17. motorztv Says:

    From what I've heard it holds up well. A good friend of the show who lives in NY has one in his open bed F-150 and it's held up great for years. To clean it, he just hoses it down!

  18. fastlaneinc Says:

    Cool! Good to know… I hate tonneau covers on my truck.

  19. Robinson4643 Says:

    I will check it out (seen your site before) love your videos, watched everyone of them. Can't get enough!

  20. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching the episode. I love my BedRug… very easy to move boxes and stuff around, and it's easy on the knees :)

  21. rebelrecycler Says:

    less good thing …..you can now vac the bed clean…..plus great for the drive in…

  22. mrjost55 Says:

    they should've worked from the inside out. What was the point of wiping everything down if they were just gonna climb in the bed with their dirty shoes? cool video though

  23. notthehulk442 Says:

    these are great if you have a topper. it’s what we used

  24. notthehulk442 Says:

    these are great if you have a topper.  it’s what we used

  25. offroadingmachine007 Says:

    I could see this so called “Bed Liner” miserably failing because the reason people use bedliners, is so that they dont scratch their bed with the materials that they may put in it in the future, and thats basicly a carpet in the bed. Things like fencing, are going to just rip that and tear it apart, that is NOT something that i would buy, at all. Nice video though.

  26. notthehulk442 Says:

    these are great if you have a topper. it's what we used

  27. MagicalMrSkylar Says:

    bed rugs are for people who dont really use thier trucks.

  28. ckcoolidge Says:

    @offroadingmachine007 You fail at knowing what you are talking about. If you bothered to research the Bedrug you would know its made from the same super tough Polypropylene that many other parts of your truck is made from.

  29. mikey Says:

    does it hold up well against long rainy days?

  30. SEMAChannel Says:

    Cool video. Thanks for posting.

  31. SEMAChannel Says:

    Cool video. Thanks for posting.

  32. Winterland68 Says:

    @mrjost55 Lol – I was thinking the same thing.

  33. fastmach100 Says:

    what about drainage?? wouldnt water pool in the bed?

  34. motorztv Says:

    @fastmach100 If water gets in the bed, it just dries out. The material is ‘breathable’ so any water trapped under it will naturally evaporate.

  35. PoliceWillProtect Says:

    i personally dont like bed rugs shows stains and would be harder to clean in my opinion compared to a bedliner or a spray in bedliner.

  36. jimmyhoffa9 Says:

    yeah, i think its more for transporting products in rather than as a general use kinda thing

  37. PoliceWillProtect Says:

    i personally dont like bed rugs shows stains and would be harder to clean in my opinion compared to a bedliner or a spray in bedliner.

  38. fixinggrace Says:

    As skepical as I am about a bed rug, I’ve had a drop in liner that still caused rust because it rubbed against the paint. This would be good for carrying groceries and even tools. The rug looks like it could be washed with a hose and could stain, but it’s a truck.

  39. Walter Grace Says:

    As skepical as I am about a bed rug, I’ve had a drop in liner that still caused rust because it rubbed against the paint. This would be good for carrying groceries and even tools. The rug looks like it could be washed with a hose and could stain, but it’s a truck.

  40. jimmyhoffa9 Says:

    yeah, i think its more for transporting products in rather than as a general use kinda thing

  41. Walter Grace Says:

    As skepical as I am about a bed rug, I’ve had a drop in liner that still caused rust because it rubbed against the paint. This would be good for carrying groceries and even tools. The rug looks like it could be washed with a hose and could stain, but it’s a truck.

  42. motorztv Says:

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