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  • #16
    I came across this article today doing some searches. Seadek actually markets its product for these type of applications.

    https://blog.seadek.com/custom-endea...2-ford-bronco/

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    • #17
      I could see how it would be better than carpet in an open air vehicle as it would not hold moisture. I think aesthetically it looks good but I do not think it would take abuse of throwing stuff on it like a truck bed.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Wicker68 View Post
        I came across this article today doing some searches. Seadek actually markets its product for these type of applications.

        https://blog.seadek.com/custom-endea...2-ford-bronco/
        That Bronco is clearly built for fun and not for hauling. Seadek works fine in fun applications. It is too weak for work applications, as has been stated multiple times in this thread. If what you'll carry in the bed doesn't have any sharp edges and won't be sliding around, you'll be fine. The moment you have rough surfaces that can move, you'll tear up the Seadek in short order.

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