bed liners







Truck Bed Lining - 5 Picks And The Best Is...



Some kind of truck bed lining is just about a must. Otherwise your truck bed will suffer damage and may even start to rust before it's old. You can choose several ways to get a bed liner. Each is best suited for certain uses. Don't forget your budget either. Here's what you can do...

Spray In Pickup Liners

The professional spray on liner is hard to beat. These coatings are tough and give any truck that custom, finished look. Problem is, you can still damage a spray on liner. They are guaranteed and are repairable, but they still can be damaged. These liners are expensive too. So often owners with spray liners use another liner just to protect the beautiful spray coating. What they often use to protect the spray liner is...

Rubber Truck Bed Mats

That's because rubber truck mats are almost impossible to damage. Concrete blocks, rocks, most any cargo can be hauled without damaging the truck bed lining or the bed underneath. Then there's the price. Cheap is the word. These don't look special, they just work and they're cheap. They can serve as bed liners for Ford trucks and for most other brands as well. So are...

Carpet Bed Liners

These are great under tonneau covers or truck caps. This is the cushion, luxury look and feel. Not that carpet liners aren't tough too and weatherproof also. But carpet is a lot easier to get greasy and grimy and harder to clean than other liners. Then there's...

Drop In Plastic Liners...

Made of plastic so it's tough and easy to maintain too. This is another way to handle very rough cargo and abuse. Plastic bed liners can take impacts very well too. Look out for trapped water underneath though since rust can get a start under a plastic bed liner. These are moderate in price as well. Now if you're really cheap there's the...

Do It Yourself Bed Liner

The is cheap to buy and fairly easy to apply. It looks like a spray in bed liner. In fact you can spray it on or roll it on or brush it on. The look is first rate. It's not nearly as thick as a professionally applied truck bed lining though, so it isn't nearly as durable. It may be just the ticket for your old truck though.

Any truck bed lining can work for your truck. What's best depends on how you use your truck... and how much you want to spend.












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