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Do you want to add an extra line of defense and protection to your prized truck? Then get a premium Bed Liner today! For a truck owner like you, protecting your truck bed should be among your priorities. Since pickups are primarily used for transporting heavy loads, they are prone to dents or scratches that make truck beds look ugly, hence affecting its overall looks. A Bed Liner will serve as a buffer zone between heavy loads and your truck bed. It will also protect the truck bed against chemical spills. When buying one, see if the liner is made of high-grade and sturdy materials for the best protection against damage. Also, check if it resists rust and will not crack or break when exposed to high temperatures. All these features will ensure you that you're getting the best bang for your buck. So what are you waiting for? Get the best Bed Liner here at Auto Parts Warehouse right now. We source our products directly from the best parts manufacturers in the industry to give you the best value for your hard-earned money. Avail of our 24/7 customer support for your urgent parts needs, secured transactions for your peace of mind, varied payment options for your utmost convenience, and express parts shipping for your quick repair or replacement jobs. Get one now!
Bed Liner: Your Truck Bed's Armor of Protection
A pickup truck is your weekend getaway ride and an indispensable workhorse; but a truck bed's is prone to scratches, rust, and even dents. Physical damage can ruin your truck's look and style, but bed liners offer different features to suit your needs. Bed liners are durable, and they will give your truck's bed the best protection possible.
Let's look at the different types of bed liners to help you understand their design and function. This guide will help you choose a bed liner that will fit your needs.
The Different Types of Bed Liners
Drop-In --- This is made from durable plastic materials, which is thick enough to protect your truck's bed against bumps and scratches. With a variety of model-specific molds available in the market, there is no need for you to drill holes in your truck to achieve a perfect fit. Drop-in bed liners are also easier to install and remove, when needed.
Spray-on --- It's designed to stick to your truck bed's body panels. A thick, protective coating of urethane paint is sprayed on the truck bed's surface to permanently bond with it. Once dry, this lining protects the bed from corrosion and rust--making it watertight and airtight. Spray-on bed liners also has a variety of colors to choose from, depending on your taste.
Choosing the Best Bed Liner
Before buying your truck's bed liner, here are some characteristics to consider:
- Since your truck's bed hauls a variety of cargo, it should provide protection against corrosion, caustic materials, dents, rust, and abrasion. The bed should be able to withstand scratches from concrete blocks, stains from chemical compounds, petroleum products, and even gasoline. Both spray-on and drop-in bed liners provide these types of protection for your truck's bed.
- You don't want your cargo sliding and tumbling around in the truck's bed. A good bed liner must provide skid-resistance to keep the truck's cargo in place. Drop-in liners have thicker sidewalls which offer twice the skid-resistance of a spray-on liner.
- The truck's bed is exposed to the sun's ultra-violet rays which makes it prone to fading. Spray-on and drop-in liners have UV-protection compounds to help resist fading. These bed liners will last a truck's lifetime and provide the best protection against the harsh elements.
- A bed liner should also be light-weight and easy to install. Most drop-in liners are custom fit to each truck model. Spray-on liners on the other hand, are easy to apply and it can cover entire body panels, interiors and floor panels. They are both easy to clean, maintain, and provide a sleeker look.
- One of the most important characteristics of a good bed liner is its ability to reduce noise and vibrations. It should be able to insulate the truck against these things, rather than add to it. Make sure that when you're buying a bed liner, all the necessary tools are there to securely attach it to your truck's bed.
Defines Your Need
The right bed liner for your truck should be chosen depending on your needs. It must be up to the task of protecting your trucks bed against anything. Make it a habit to ask or shop around because new products come up all the time. Your choice should fit your vehicle's make, and always consider your truck's intended workload. Once you've decided on what your needs are, it's time to choose the best armor of protection for your prized truck.
Drop-In Bed Liner: How to Install It on Your Pickup Truck
There are two types of bed liners: the drop-in and spray-on. Spray-on liners are popular among truck owners who use their trucks for light hauling--these liners help prevent rust and are designed to be skid-resistant. Installing a spray-on liner is best left to the professionals because it takes more time to apply and cure it. Drop-in liners on the other hand, are easier to install and it can accommodate more cargo. It can absorb shock and drop-in liners are highly-recommended for pickup trucks that carry heavier loads. Both of these bed liners can protect your truck's bed from wear and tear--so your choice depends on whether you haul light or heavy.
In this guide, we have prepared tips, tools, and steps on how to install a drop-in bed liner for your truck.
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Tools that You'll Need:
- Socket wrench set
- Screwdriver set
- Brush (soft-bristled)
- Car shampoo
- Water hose
- Rubber mallet
- Installation accessories or kit
- Drop-in bed liner for your truck
Safety Tips and Reminders:
- Check your replacement parts and make sure that they are compatible to your vehicle's make and model.
- Make sure to check the bed liner for any signs of damage before installing it. Any holes or cracks will let water; gravel or small rocks get through it, scratching your truck bed's surface.
- Always wear recommended safety equipment like closed-toe shoes, an industrial-grade dusk mask, safety goggles and gloves.
- Clear any tools or debris from the truck's bed. Make sure to discard any unwanted debris and store all the items that you want to save.
- Use the hose to spray water on the truck's bed to remove any small debris or dirt particles from it. You can also wash away dirt from the truck's body before washing it with car shampoo.
- Mix car shampoo in a bucket of water and soak your sponge in it. With a soft-bristled brush, clean-off any grease, grime or stubborn dirt from the truck's bed.
- Wash away the soap with the hose, and let the truck's bed dry. You can use an absorbent cloth to help remove any water or moisture from the truck.
- Once the truck is dry, pull down the truck's tailgate, and ask someone to help you lift the bed liner onto the truck's bed.
- Make sure that the wheel wells are parallel to the wheel flares. Align the bed liner holes with the truck bed's side rails.
- Use a rubber mallet to tap the plastic fittings in place. With a screwdriver or wrench, apply torque to secure all the fitting caps into place.
- After securing the bed liner onto the truck's bed, check for any gaps between the truck's bed and side panels. Pull it back and forth to make sure it's a tight fit.
Installing a drop-in bed liner will take about 30 minutes for an expert DIYer and 45 minutes for a beginner. This is a fun project that will bring out your sense of style. Have fun and be safe!