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!
Recently, our very own Tony and Cara were invited to the studios of Master’s Entertainment to film a segment on Performance TV, and showcase the amazing protection that DualLiner provides for the bed of your Ford, Chevy, or Dodge Ram pickup truck. In the segment, which will start airing soon on the Velocity, Rev’n, and MAVTV channels, Cara along with host Joe Castello easily installed a DualLiner in a 2017[…]
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[…]