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Install bed slide over plastic drop in liner?

GIjoe

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Is possible or not recommended? I know for the decked cargo slide it says not to but what about the bed slide? I’m not interested in paying extra for spray in liner, are there any alternatives?
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Howdy. There are probably a number of different threads similar to this I think (or at least some where this option was discussed). I did the spray-in on my prior '13 F-150; but decided to go a different route this time with Duraliner on my '23.

It takes a few weeks to settle into place (100+ degrees helps) but it fits perfectly - I've been very pleased so far. Penda - Duraliner
 

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I have a spray in liner with a bed slide and the only thing I see is the bed slide frame might crush the liner where you torque it resulting in cracks that would let water in. Might could trim and seal with silicon the liner in that area.
 
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Thanks I’ll have a topper so not worried about water. I might just pull out the liner and save it for re-sale or when I trade in down the road.
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