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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This Holiday season, even if your truck isn’t bright, it might be mistaken for Santa’s sleigh with all the gifts you’ll be delivering. But a typical pickup truck bed isn’t always the best place for large presents, especially if you don’t want them sliding around or getting dirty. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to not only make your truck bed safer and cleaner for bringing gifts, but also to[…]
Years ago truck manufacturers started adding great luxuries and high end features to the light trucks they produced. This was in an effort to cater to exactly what the wants and need of their particular audience of prospective customers. Over the same time frame there has been little if not any major improvements to the bed liners that are needed to protect these technologically advanced vehicles from the cargo and over all wear of the trucks box. That is until now, Dual Liner debut their “Hybrid” bed liner at the annual Las Vegas International S.E.M.A. Show (Specialty Equipment Market Association). The “Dual” technologies that the first “Hybrid” truck bed liner were descendants of the “Drop In” bed liner in combination with the “Rubber” mat of yesteryear.
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.