You may be a homeowner and only use your pickup bed occasionally to move furniture or tote bags of mulch from the home center, or you could be a tradesman and use your truck to haul cargo every day. Both kinds of use can inflict scratches, scrapes, dings, and dents in the paint and metal of the truck bed. This kind of damage is not only unsightly, if let go it can turn into rust and in extreme cases perforation of the metal, requiring expensive repairs.

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Even if you’re not concerned with a scuffed up bed, chances are the next owner of your truck will be, so if nothing else it makes economic sense to protect your truck bed with a bed mat or liner. But along with shielding the bed from damage and preserving the resale value of your truck, our mats and liners will keep cargo from sliding around and make the bed easier to clean. Most are custom made for your truck and easy to install.

If you’re just an occasional hauler and just want basic protection for the bed floor, we have universal and custom fit rubber liners in thicknesses from 3/16” to ½”. Custom fit mats are designed for the specific dimensions of your truck bed and have cutouts for the wheel wells. If you’re looking for something more comfortable for your knees we have carpet-like mats that are made from plastic, yet have the look and feel of carpet. Most are padded for superior comfort, with a texture that helps keeps cargo from sliding around, yet these mats are also easy to clean and can be vacuumed, broomed or even hosed off when needed.

For more extensive bed protection, consider a bed liner. We have liners that install between the bed and a drop in liner, liners that partially run up the bed walls to contain dirt and liquids, under the bed rail liners, and liners that extend over the bed rails for complete bed protection. Your choice of materials ranges from flexible thermoplastic to durable polyethylene, and no drilling is required for installation. Both under rail and over the rail liners provide protection for the sides of your truck bed against impacts, abrasion, and paint fading, while the over the rail liner will shield easily damaged bed rails.

If you’re on a budget but have the time, you can still get complete bed protection with a truck bed coating. For best results, truck bed coatings require thorough preparation of the bed, which means cleaning and roughing up the surface for adhesion of the coating. Most coatings come in kits that provide everything you need including the coating product, abrasives and roller applicators. For a few hours work you can get a durable coating that won’t chip or flake. Finally, we also offer universal tailgate mats to extend bed protection to your tailgate. These mats fit most full size trucks, but can be trimmed to fit smaller tailgates, and some drilling is required for installation.

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4.5 of 5
Nice Bed Liner
Nice bed liner. No service holes cut for top of bed or for tie downs inside of bed. Otherwise nice bed liner.
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