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I want to put a WeatherTech ImpactLiner in my new 2024 but WeatheTech's online store says they don't have one for the 2024. They do have one that fits the 2023. What's the difference in the beds? Has anyone tried an ImpactLiner for a 23 in a 24?
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Aside from the addition of the storage bin on the right side (across from pro-power), I don't know of any changes. However, would want to put a tape measure to both model years to confirm.
 

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Mine will be in tomorrow, I'll let you know.
 

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I’m curious. Planning on putting a bed rug in mine when I pick it up later this week.
 

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Anyone with an impact liner, let me know how you like it. I carry motorcycles in the bed so that is it's main use other than the usual take stuff to the dump, etc. I've ordered one using my Fordpass points but still no shipping date- so I can cancel it if needed.
 

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Anyone with an impact liner, let me know how you like it. I carry motorcycles in the bed so that is it's main use other than the usual take stuff to the dump, etc. I've ordered one using my Fordpass points but still no shipping date- so I can cancel it if needed.

I've always had spray in liners, and haul bikes as well. Why do you prefer the Impact Liner?
 

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I've always had spray in liners, and haul bikes as well. Why do you prefer the Impact Liner?
I don't prefer them, I've only read that they are easier on the knees and clean up easier. I have had bed rugs that I liked, although getting leaves and pine needles out is harder. Last truck had a spray in and it just looked old and faded after a few months.
 

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I don't prefer them, I've only read that they are easier on the knees and clean up easier. I have had bed rugs that I liked, although getting leaves and pine needles out is harder. Last truck had a spray in and it just looked old and faded after a few months.

Got it. I've had 3 trucks, all with spray in liners and the first two held up well. The third, my current truck, is too new to tell and has the factory Ford spray in. I do garage my truck so I think that helps a great deal.

The impact liner looks tempting, but I think it would be slippery than my spray in. And, I'm assuming water/moisture is still going to get under the Impact Liner so there still maybe paint issues.
 

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Got it. I've had 3 trucks, all with spray in liners and the first two held up well. The third, my current truck, is too new to tell and has the factory Ford spray in. I do garage my truck so I think that helps a great deal.

The impact liner looks tempting, but I think it would be slippery than my spray in. And, I'm assuming water/moisture is still going to get under the Impact Liner so there still maybe paint issues.
Just got shipping info from Ford on the bed mat. I'll let you know how I like it. It was basically free with my points, so if I don't like it, I'll sell it and get a spray in liner or a bed rug.
 

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Got the impact liner installed today. It has velcro strips in the bed but not really needed since it is heavy enough to not blow out. The molded foam fits the floor perfectly. The tailgate cover is not quite long enough but it will be close. You could use the screws in the tailgate to hold the cover instead of the velcro if you wanted to make it more permanent.

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I want to put a WeatherTech ImpactLiner in my new 2024 but WeatheTech's online store says they don't have one for the 2024. They do have one that fits the 2023. What's the difference in the beds? Has anyone tried an ImpactLiner for a 23 in a 24?
No difference in 24 from 21 to 23. Only thing would be if you had pro tailgate.
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