Season 3: Episode 8
Truck Bed Protection

Truck Bed Protection

Chris Duke from Motorz TV shows you how to a LEER 100XQ truck cap and a Bedrug on a Ford F-250, and a BedTred bedliner on a Chevy 1500.

This episode (S03E08) originally aired on MavTV on May 2nd, 2010. This version contains the entire show, but with fewer commercials.

Links

LEER
BedRug
Valley Camper Sales

Episode Notes

This episode features three installs on our two different pickup trucks. The first install shows how to install a LEER 100XQ truck cap as well as a BedRug bedliner on a 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty pickup truck.

The second install shows how to install a product similar to the BedRug call BedTred which offers more protection similar to a spray-on bedliner.

Product Information

For more information, just click the products on the right!

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom song for the Motorz 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.

52 Responses to “Truck Bed Protection”

  1. debunker300 Says:

    Please do NOT listen to Chris Duke’s recommendation about the Chrysler 300 or ANYTHING from Chrysler for that matter! Maybe he’s never owned one, I don’t know – anyone who has owned them knows they are the WORST cars ever made. Avoid them like the plague (cue the idiot who is going to jump in and tell me how he owned a LeBaron that ran for 9 zillion miles, problem-free – dude, you are a LIAR).

  2. Richard Webster Says:

    kind of incomplete. the rear window sometimes needs to be adjusted to fit with various tailgate configurations

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