One of the most common thread starters on forums and Facebook groups goes something like this: “Looking for a bed liner, should I go spray-in or drop-in?”. In this post, we’ll try to answer that question as well as we can, with an unbiased review of what it’s like to own a spray in vs drop in bed liner. Feel free to comment on what we got right or wrong.[…]
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Fleet Bed Liners Most bed liners available to fleet vehicles are not capable of withstanding Commercial Abuse. This becomes clearly evident if you take the time to read the Warranty Policy of the particular brand of bed liner. One of the most popular brands of spray on bed liners has a warranty that states: “This warranty only applies to pickup trucks, equipped with original equipment truck beds, sold to[…]
After learning how much time and effort went into creating a boot that would not only outlast the other boots that were available, but the would also out perform the other boots as well. This commitment to quality manufacturing is unique these days, it seems like there are factories closing every week and those jobs are getting sent over seas. There is only one reason for this, COST! Do you think that somebody in Taiwan has a passion for the companies commitment to quality, attention to detail, unwavering high standards and indestructible loyalty? I don’t think so. When a company decides to manufacture in another country, what is the cost of loosing these attributes?
Bed liners for trucks are popular for several reasons. Of course protection for the bed is probably the number one reason to get a truck bed liner.Bed liners come in many different types. The three main types of bed liners for trucks are Plastic bed liners,Rubber mats, and Spray-In bed liners.In this article we are going to compare two popular types of bedliners the spray-In bed liner and the Dualliner bed liner.