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Honda is going to be providing a polycarbonate bed liner that will fit securely into the bed, which will completely seal the bed. As you guy know when you fold down the rear seats on the 700-4 you will have gaps, this will do a great job at sealing those gaps up
 

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So is this a separate piece that we have to buy as an accessorie or does it come along when we buy the pionner 700-4?
 

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In the past I usually just spray rocker guard line on the bed to protect it from getting overly scratched but just gave up after a while.

I like the idea of getting a separate piece to cover it. I would probably get more than one just in case I lose one some how.
 

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Is there a picture of this polycarbonate bed liner for the 700-4? I'm thinking it just a flat piece of plastic that goes over top.

Finally figuring things out with the samll ridge gaps I can see I used to just place a piece of plywood over top of the bed. Similar idea just different material. I think this is something that you can just get from the hard ware stop and cut yourself.
 

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Is there a picture of this polycarbonate bed liner for the 700-4? I'm thinking it just a flat piece of plastic that goes over top.

Finally figuring things out with the samll ridge gaps I can see I used to just place a piece of plywood over top of the bed. Similar idea just different material. I think this is something that you can just get from the hard ware stop and cut yourself.
Yeah but wouldn't it be easier to to get a fitted piece from factory. :rolleyes:
 

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Is there a picture of this polycarbonate bed liner for the 700-4? I'm thinking it just a flat piece of plastic that goes over top.

Finally figuring things out with the samll ridge gaps I can see I used to just place a piece of plywood over top of the bed. Similar idea just different material. I think this is something that you can just get from the hard ware stop and cut yourself.
Here is the poly bed liner.


And here is the bed mat. I have it and it is a tight fit in the bed.
 

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Bed mat seems nice so far. It has a snug fit (2p mat in my case) and doesn't slide when you lift the dump bed. It appears to be made from the same material as the optional floor mats, a rugged but somewhat pliable textured rubber.
 

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I'm thinking of just going with a tarp. Less than 10 bucks, pretty sure it will fit under the front seat so always available, will slide around when dumping a load though. No fuss, no muss when converting to 4 seat mode. Dale
 

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I'm thinking of just going with a tarp. Less than 10 bucks, pretty sure it will fit under the front seat so always available, will slide around when dumping a load though. No fuss, no muss when converting to 4 seat mode. Dale
I have been using the tarp method myself. It has worked fine. In fact my two young boys have gotten more dirt in the back seats than anything I have loaded that fell past the tarp. Hmmm, maybe I need to start putting a tarp under them as well. :D

And when you use the back seats the tarp fits nicely between the seats and the tailgate.
 

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Just seems to me like the liner would be in when I needed it out and out when I needed it in. My last truck had a flat bed topper on it and rarely was it in the configuration I wanted at the moment.
 

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Just seems to me like the liner would be in when I needed it out and out when I needed it in. My last truck had a flat bed topper on it and rarely was it in the configuration I wanted at the moment.
Yeah I had considered the hard insert, but I usually ride out to get a load with the kids and wife, then I will stay out and work and they will all pile in the front seat and haul. There just isn't any place to stow it.
 
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