If you own a plastic drop-in bedliner you probably think your truck bed looks good and is well-protected from the outside elements and bedliner damage. But do you know what’s happening underneath your drop-in bedliner? If it’s been in your truck for more than a couple of years, we suggest you take a look right away. We did and you might be shocked at what we found!
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Over the last few decades, Aluminum-bodied vehicles have been growing into a larger segment of the overall number of cars and trucks on the road. For most of that time, a car with an aluminum body was either a lightweight sports car or a high-tech luxury sedan. But even though aluminum is much lighter than steel, it doesn’t quite have the strength and resiliency of steel. So, we’re very excited[…]
The process used to remove a spray-in bedliner is harsh and requires some aggressive work. Here’s a good-faith attempt at explaining the removal process and offering some suggestions on alternatives. Why would you need to remove a spray-in bedliner? A lot of people assume that all spray-in liners last forever. While a good portion of them are very durable, almost all of them will suffer from the following problems: Fading[…]
Are you wondering how a Line-X bedliner compares to a DualLiner? Here’s our good-faith attempt to give anyone considering our product and the Line-X product a fair rundown of the pros and cons of each bedliner. We’re going to start with the cons first. Line-X Cons Most of the cons that come with buying or owning a Line-X liner have more to do with the installation process than anything else.[…]