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I decided to finally get a spay in bed liner for my 2009 Big Horn. Last night I pulled out the factory bed liner and rails and look what I found. After ten years of hauling dive gear all over Florida, my wheel wells have taken a beating. I haven't take off the wheel well liners to check if I can beat them out with a rubber mallet yet. Does anyone know if the wheel wells are double walled?
 

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slap that liner back in there and call it good.
 

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After nine years ? Looks great. I just put in a liner from a 16 into my 15 that was flawless. Truck looks new again. Craigslist find for $25.00
 

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In answer to your question, I believe they (wheel wells) are NOT double walled.
 

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slap that liner back in there and call it good.

Agreed, I have a couple dents in my wheelwells. I consider myself pretty anal about my truck's condition and it doesn't bother me in the least.


I am actually impressed with your bed's condition considering how long you've been hauling salty gear around back there
 

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Clean up the bed make sure there is no rust or bare metal then get a new bed liner. It will be cheaper than trying to remove the dents and spraying a bed coating. I think the liner is better for what you use the bed for also.
 
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