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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Information on drop-in plastic bedliners for pickup trucks
When we say 30 minute installation we aren’t kidding! DualLiner bedliner installation is a quick process and will be the best bedliner you will ever own. DualLiner provides maximum bed protection without damaging any part of your truck during installation. It also allows your bed to properly drain liquids and will prevent future rusting issues that may occur with other bedliners. The installation is extremely easy and can be
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).
We completely support people with the DIY spirit. After all, who has the time or money to pay someone else to do something you might be pretty good at? While we believe the DualLiner system is the best option for DIY’ers, we’ve laid out some alternatives. Roll-On/Brush-On Bedliners This is a kind of liner was developed to target the DIY crowd. It is applied the same way that you apply[…]