What are truck bed liners for?

With their skid-proof surfaces, bed liners reduce cargo movement in your truck bed. This protects your cargo from sliding around and becoming damaged. They also act a shock absorbers and reduces vibrations that could also damage cargo.

How much is Rhino lining for truck?

Of the quotes we received, the minimum cost of a spray in bedliner is $425 and the maximum is $700. The average cost to have a spray in bedliner installed is $512….Line-X Cost… Rhino Linings Cost… How Much Do Spray in Bedliners Cost?

Spray In Bed Liner Installer Minimum Cost of Spray In Bed Liner
Rhino Linings $499

Is a bed liner a good idea?

Unless you’re the kind of person who takes pride in a dented-up old truck bed (and we don’t blame you if you do), then investing in a good bed liner for your truck is probably a great idea. Truck Bedliners are relatively inexpensive, and they offer more than just protection from dings and scratches.

What is a rubber haul truck liner?

Our Rubber Haul Truck Liner offers extreme abrasion resistance, reduces metal fatigue and stress fractures, while increasing driver comfort and reducing noise. Contact our Product Specialist for a custom solution!

Why add a rubberized bed liner to your truck?

Adding a rubber truck bed liner is an easy way to protect your truck from the everyday abuses it sees. It will save your wallet from costly repairs in the future as it saves your bed from dents, dings, and scratches. A rubber liner is easy to install and easy to keep clean. You won’t regret adding a rubberized bed liner to your truck.

What is a DualLiner truck bed liner?

If you are looking at the full bed liner, the DualLiner truck bed liner is designed so that it doesn’t block water from draining through your truck bed’s drain holes. You won’t have to worry about rust or water damage to your truck bed.

How do I clean my truck bed and liner?

The liners themselves are easy to clean as well. After an afternoon hauling bricks, firewood or muddy bikes, simply wipe the surface down with a damp cloth and your truck bed and liner will be ready to haul another load.