There are several types of truck bed liners available on the market today. Removing one can be easy or quite difficult. Earlier we took a look at removing a spray-in bed liner. In this article, we will look at removing a plastic drop-in bed liner.
If you want to remove your drop-in bed liner to clean underneath it, or replace it with a DualLiner truck bed liner, it’s really quite simple. Just follow these steps and it will be out of your truck bed in no time.
Open the tailgate and get in the truck bed. Look for the Phillips head screws that are typically used to attach a drop in bed liner to the truck bed. You’ll most likely find these along the top bed rail and along the outside edge of the tailgate. If you do not see any screws skip to step 3.
Unscrew all the screws holding the bed liner in place including the screws in the tailgate liner if applicable.
Lift up in the middle of the truck bed liner closest to the tailgate while at the same time push down on one edge to push it out from under the bed rail.
Repeat the process on the other side of the truck bed
Once the edges are out from under the bed rail it should easily pull out of the truck bed.