Truck owners are known to modify their vehicles to get what they want for their driving experience.
You want to keep your truck looking sharp and protect it from dents, dings and chips – that's easy to do with a set of bed liners from RealTruck.com. But truck bed liners help you protect your investment long-term and let your truck retain that showroom appearance that made you buy it in the first place. Truck bed liners also provide traction for your cargo to keep from shifting when you accelerate, turn or stop.
Liners are manufactured in a variety of styles and materials to fit your vehicle, or come in a do-it-yourself, spray-on application.
Bed Liner Materials and Installation
Bed liners are made to withstand everything from average water spills to chemical slicks like gasoline. Truck bed liners cover and protect your entire truck bed and are made from simple-to-install molded foam, marine grade carpet, hard plastic or heavy duty rubber. Most brands require an easy zip or snap-and-hook assembly. With dual liner applications, the floor piece is inserted first, then the side wall pieces are snapped or zipped to the main bed floor piece. The no-drill application means you’ll be back on the road in no time. Bed liners are fully compatible with tonneau covers and other accessories you might wish to install, and they’re easy to take care of – simply wash your liner the same way you would your truck bed, with a hose or a pressure washer.
Spray On Liners
A spray-on application system offers an inexpensive alternative for protecting your truck bed. RealTruck.com carries Al’s Liner DIY Spray On Liner, which is made from urethane/acrylic composite and offer the same protection a drop-in liner does – all it takes is some prep and cleaning time before applying the compound. Choose your own thickness and color, and use the same application as an underbody sealer and rocker panel protection.
Tailgate Bed Liners
Some brands offer a tailgate option. Tailgate bed liners are ideal for extending your protected load area and for creating a comfortable seating spot.