If you spend a lot of time hauling things in and out of the back of your truck, you may have noticed that you have to be incredibly careful when it comes to lifting anything with a substantial amount of weight in or out if you want to avoid scratching and gouging the finish. Bed rails will not only protect the sides of your truck bed from being damaged, but they’ll also give your truck a more finished look. And we have bed rails for any truck here on CARiD.
An industry that bed rails can prove to be extremely beneficial in is construction. Whether you’re a stone mason, painter, carpenter, electrician, plumber, or the supervisor that needs to drive around from job site to job site, bed rails can be the difference between you driving a beat-up truck and driving a nice shiny truck. People on job sites will want to install some bed rails on their trucks so that they can have a truck that’s in as great shape as yours!
Nobody enjoys moving. Not only do you have to haul all of your furniture and other belongings from one place to the other, but it can take a toll on both your body and your truck’s. If you’ve been moving, using your truck for work or to haul a lot of things around lately and the sides of your truck bed are starting to look a little rough, the bed rails can cover up the scratches and give make your truck look brand new again! It’s a lot more affordable than getting your body painted, you’ll get more for your money because your bed will be protected from being damaged again later on.
We aim to provide our customers with the finest Bed Rails the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Putco, Go Rhino, Dee Zee, Westin, BackRack, Steelcraft the Bed Rails we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.
If you think you have to be stuck with black plastic bed rails, think again. Bed rails come in a variety of materials such as stainless steel, chrome, and the plastic ones that everyone thinks of when they first hear the term. The stainless steel and chrome bed rails can look polished on a truck that already has some bling on it, while the plastic can blend in with your truck if you don’t want the rails to stand out. The rails will fit flawlessly along the edge of your truck bed and give you all the protection you’ll need.
Installing the bed rails on your truck is a relatively easy process and if you’re handy with tools, you should have no problem at all getting them to sit properly on your truck. If after installation you don’t think that yours fit right, ensure that you’ve ordered the part for your specific model. Ford and Dodge have two completely different designs, and therefore Ford bed rails won’t fit a Dodge truck properly at all. If you notice that your bed rails are starting to lift from or fall off of your vehicle, you should remove them immediately for safety reasons until you can get them fixed or replaced.
- Bed Accessories Tool Boxes, Side Rails, Racks
- Bed Caps Protect Your Truck Bed Rails
- Bed Extenders Safely Haul Lengthy Cargo
- Bed Mats & Liners Prevent Damage & Skidding Cargo
- Bed Organizers Create Places For Your Stuff
- Bed Racks Carry More Cargo Overhead
- Bed Slides Makes Loading & Unloading Easy
- Fuel Transfer Tanks Transport Fuel Safely And Easily
- Headache Racks Shields For Truck Cabs
- Tailgate Assists Lowers Tailgate Smoothly
- Tailgate Locks Safeguard Your Truck Bed
- Tailgate Seals Block Dust And The Elements
- Tailgates When Stock Won’t Do
- Tool Boxes Secure & Organized Tool Storage
- Truck Caps, Tents & Camper Shells Bed Enclosures For Every Purpose
- Bed Bars Aggressive Style And Protection