September 5, 2005wondering if anyone has a pendaliner SR (skid resistant)a local shop recommended it.They want $295 installed any suggestions?
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September 5, 2005My dad has a pendaliner in his Silverado. It is very thin and flexible. It is not the skid resistant one though. It doesn't fit as well as my OEM did in my truck. It also leaves large holes around the tie down hooks. He gets mulch and crap in between the liner and bed anytime he hauls stuff. We are still looking for plugs of some sort for that.
Just one man's opinion
September 5, 2005I put one in my truck.I forget what it cost.I have a soft rubber mat
between the liner and bed to eliminate the liner from rubbing off the
paint.It fits real well and there are plugs that go in the holes over
the tie down things. I have the no skid but it's more like "less skid".
I like it and am glad I got it. I put a P E retractable cover on it and the
thing works out very well for me.
September 6, 2005I had the Penda SR in my last truck.It was the under the rail style.It was a good fit and thickness.I had no gaps.For a drop in liner it was as good as any.It was in my 2001 Ram for 5 years,and was in almost the same condition as when new.I have a Bedrug in my new 2500.
September 6, 2005I had a Pendaliner SR in my 02 Ram QC and it was a fantastic bedliner. Compared to the factory drop-in, it was better quality and fit. Plus, the skidresistor worked so well that even when trying to make stuff slide, it just wouldn't budge.
Mine came with 4 rubber hold plugs to cover up the openings for the cleats.
September 6, 2005(Minus the stupid!! ) One thing about my Pendaliner SR is that when it gets REALLY cold out the sides rattle in the box. Oh & you can grab the leading edge of the floor & slide it back & forth about 2 inches or so. Oh & I lost 3 of the rubber covers for the cleat access holes. Woulda been way better if it molded to the side walls & screwed the tie downs THRU the liner instead of making big ol pockets for dirt & rocks to collect in & get underneath & possibly scratch the bed up.
September 7, 2005I bought a pendaliner for a new 1991 s-10....it was screwed to the back of the bed to prevent shifting..this was the under rail type. the tailgate protector fit over the top edge and was screwed in place. After I got it home, a little trimming was required for a cleat clearance problem. The liner was removed in 2001 and the bed looked brand new......Dt.
September 17, 2005I have a pendaliner in my Ram. Is ok, but like someone else said, it moves around, especially when it gets cold outside. Im gettin a line-x soon.
September 18, 2005thanks for all the input guys i appreciate your help. if i dont get that drop in im thinking of the line-x
September 26, 2005I've had the Pendaliner SR under-the-rail in mine for about three years. Very tough liner. No problems with it at all. Never noticed it moving around...maybe that's because my tool box helps to hold it in place.
One thing to note is that the tail gate liner is NOT skid resistant. According to a Pendaliner representative, that's to help make loading easier. Truth is, it's kinda tough sometimes sliding things onto the SR liner. It definately has more grab than a regular plastic drop-in.
October 3, 2005I hate the plastic penda liner that came with my Dakota its not the non skid but I plan to go with a spray on as soon as I can afford it will have to have paint work done to the top of the front of the box where the liner has rubbed the color off .