Truck owners love toppers (a.k.a. topper shells, camper shells, box shells, truck caps, or truck canopies) for a lot of different reasons, but the main reason to buy a topper is to create a large truck storage space that’s weatherproof. While some truck owners want this space to be secure – or perhaps comfortable enough to camp in – most are trying to turn their truck bed into a very large trunk space.
Wondering what a Rhino liner install costs? We conducted a national survey of Line-X and Rhino Liner installers and we learned that the national average install price is $470.41. That’s nearly $100 more than a DualLiner (which, for the record, does a better job of protecting your truck bed).
If you’re still unsure whether DualLiner is the product for you then you only have to look at the testimonials from our satisfied customers. When you read these DualLiner reviews, you’ll notice a few patterns emerging with what our customers have to say.
What trucks have really shook the pavement since the beginning of the century? Here is a list of the ten most powerful, gas-powered pickups made since 2000. 10.) 2014 Silverado 2500HD The trusty Chevy Silverado comes standard with the Vortec 6.0-liter V8 that puts down 360 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque and a 6-speed heavy-duty transmission with overdrive. 9.) 2001 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning The formidable F-150 SVT Lightning rolled[…]