TrailSeal Total Truck Bed Seal
- Engineered For Truck Beds: TrailSeal is a premium tailgate seal specifically designed for all pickup trucks with toppers, lids or tonneau covers. TrailSeal seals the tailgate gaps and stops dust, rain, and snow from getting in. The location of the bottom seal protects the seal when sliding cargo over it. Seals vertical gaps at the corners and the gap at the floor of the truck bed. Keeps Water, Snow and Dust Out Of Your Truck Bed.
- Easy Installation: Easy to install 3M adhesive-backed molded rubber seal reduces dust, rain, and snow leakage by providing a tight tailgate seal. No more worrying about items in back of truck getting wet and dirty.
- Includes Tailgate Gasket: For the tailgate area.
- Includes Foam Wedges: For the holes in bed.
- Includes "L" Shape Seals: For the front & rear top area.
- Tested, Trusted & Guaranteed: TrailSeal tailgate gasket and tailgate seal kit has been tested, trusted, and guaranteed.
- Great for Toppers, Lids & Truck Bed Cover's: Works great with Truck Bed Toppers, Lids, or Tonneaus.
- Made in the USA - Jamestown, ND
Protect your cargo and gear with the TrailSeal Total Bed Seal from Access. Designed to seal manufacturer gaps and holes in 2007, 2008 & 2009. 2010 & 2011 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra New Body Style truck beds keeping rain, snow and dirt out of your box. It works with tonneaus, toppers and lids and is quick and easy to install!
Features a rubber sealing gasket backed by adhesive for an extra tight seal, water resistant foam to seal the gaps located under the edges of the truck bed and clear adhesive seals to cover manufacturer holes. Keeping the weather out of your truck bed has never been this easy.
The TrailSeal Tailgate Gasket which is included in this kit can also be ordered individually.
InstallationThis product offers an easy, at home no drill installation. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please see the installation manual below. You may also call us toll free at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
|TrailSeal Total Bed Seal Installation Instructions|
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||3.9|
|Price / Value||3.9|
|51 Customer Reviews|
|I found its best to take your time when installing the seals to get them right.|
|This is the second Trail Seal Total Truck Bed Seal kit I've bought. The first one is 5 years old and still in the 2008 truck. This kit was bought for my 2014 GMC truck. I installed it the same way, following the up and down pattern on the end of the bed as shown in their video, pictures etc., and as I had done with the 2008. This seal didn't make it 3 days before it peeled away from the pressures of the tailgate. I had cleaned it thoroughly with alcohol as instructed. Given the variability of the tailgate gaps on these trucks, I wouldn't put a lot of blame on Trail Seal. But, they could go with a better seal that is designed to attach further down on the bed and use a bulb seal like their regular tailgate seal kit (yes, they're different, at least on their videos). Also, the top of the tailgate on the GM trucks has a wide gap (1-1 1/2") to seal. This kit doesn't do that very well. A special molded seal for this are should be made or some type of wide seal material should be included. I had to stick 3 pieces of the stuff provided to fill the gap and it still was marginal. The material provided for the tailgate seal are all off-the-shelf weatherstripping. The front bed panel on the GM truck needs to be sealed and this kit provides a simple L shaped seal to do the job. I simply didn't like the idea of a peel and stick seal and caulked the fillet with white exterior RTV silicone. The GM bed also has multiple drain holes that need plugging. My old 2008 kit included a bunch of clear tape patches. This kit had two patches. I had to patch at least 8 holes.|
In the end, I used the foam blocks and about 1/4 of the seal material provided and had to supply my own tape for the holes, extra ($26) bulb seal, and a tube of RTV silicone.
|Great idea to put everything in one package. Some advice on installation. Take time and remove the factory bed rails as the splines add to difficulty installing the foam blockers. Yes this foam type is the best, it breathes - prevents rust. The tailgate seals are perfect. Tried 3 different types and none worked or lasted over couple weeks before coming off. These actually work and stay put. The front bed seal.... Since my truck is white, I opted to use white silicone caulk but if that fails, I have the seal from this kit to fallback onto.|
Great concept, idea and everything. If you desire to use your bed differently and store things cleanly, this is the route to go.
|Bed seal kit works great, no issues and a dry bed inside!|
|Maybe a good product but time will tell. Instructions not clear at all|
|Good results, bed stays dry and virtually dust free!|
|It's pretty easy to install and works OK, it keeps most of the dust out but not all. I've had trouble with the seal that installs between the bottom of the tailgate and the bed, the tailgate pulls the seal down until the adhesive lets go and the seal separates from the bed. They need to come up with a better solution to that. Otherwise, it's my second kit and it does a pretty good job but don't expect a completely sealed bed.|
|easy instructions to follow. its been on for over a month and looks like the adhesion on the seal is working just great.|
|the fome flakes badly and the tailgate seal does not go on well. you put it on the way it says and the gate will roll it off. Put it under the bed ridge they tell you to put it on.|