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Rubber bed mat for 2017 titan

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Where do I get a rubber bed mat. Amazon has them but not for the Titan , other manufacturers don't show the Titan . When I do find something it is a universal fit , and cost 20 dollars more , any suggestions? All the ratings on Amazon are for the ford, chev , dodge and the don't show fitment. Zee dee makes a good one but don't]know if it fits the Titan 5.5 bed . Need some help here please, thanks

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It's hard to find any accessories for the 17's right now. I know it's not a super popular truck but I sure hope they start making stuff. I want rear wheel well liners and can't find them along with a few other things. My stealership said they will eventually release "a full line of accessories" but we'll see.
There are guys on here that waited 11yrs for things to come out for the the first gen titans, me being one of them, and it never happend. I wouldn't get your hopes up too much on a wide variety of aftermarket support if the 2nd gen is anything like the 1st. We are the red headed step child of the truck world.
I've slowly noticed that over the few weeks I've had my 17. Sort of blow because this is my first legit brand new vehicle I've owned (minus my 03 Cavy that's still going strong!).
I had it narrowed down to the Titan and Tundra because frankly I didn't want a to be another F150/SILVERADO/RAM on the road. And no offense because those are nice *** trucks.

I enjoy the hobby but I'm slowly coming to terms there won't be much for it. Which in a sense is okay because I did a lot of **** to my Ram and sometimes less is more. I enjoyed tinkering with it but sometimes it seems it causes more issues than it was worth. Especially electrical things. Although I'd love any suggestions on a nice set of LEDs for my fog light with a decent output to match the head lights.
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