When you purchase a used truck, the truck’s bed might be in pretty bad shape. Years of use have left the truck’s bed in rough condition. You might think there’s little you can do to renew an old truck bed with dings and scrapes, other than apply a spray-in liner. Spray-in bedliners aren’t the solution. They do offer some measure of protection, but they aren’t the best choice for used[…]
Category: Bedliner Info
Truck beds have plenty of accessories available: truck bed liners, bed extenders, bed rails, plus tonneau covers, truck caps and truck bed mats. If you plan on fitting your truck bed with any of these accessories, you’ll need to measure your truck bed to ensure the product fits. Before measuring your truck bed, you need to look at the style of truck you own. There are four main styles of trucks:[…]
Did you have a spray-in bedliner applied to your truck bed? Then you may have noticed overspray. Whenever material is sprayed where it doesn’t belong –windows, trim, body panels– that’s overspray. We talked to professional detailers to help determine what causes bedliner overspray, and how you can remove it from your truck.
Getting a bed liner is usually one of the first things that new truck owners do. It’s pretty much a no-brainer to protect your truck bed from scratches, scuffs, and water. If you want to haul things in your truck bed, a bed liner is the best way to protect both your items and the truck bed. Let’s take a look at some FAQs about bed liners and what they[…]