Automotive Concepts offers several options when it comes to bed liners. Each offers different features, but essentially they fall into two basic categories: Drop-In and Spray-On.
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Whether you want to improve the appearance and performance of your truck after years of abuse or you’ve just purchased a new truck and you want to protect your investment, spray-on bed liners provide superior protection. > more
Hauling cargo is what your burly truck was built for, but it can take a heavy toll on your bed finish. Adding a drop-in bed liner will protect your bed and keep your cargo are safe from harm. > more
The BedRug truck bed liner is the tough but soft way to protect your truck’s bed. Custom-made from thick-pile carpet to fit your specific vehicle for a perfect fit and a great appearance. > more
PROS: Drop-In Bed Liners
Drop-in bedliners can be easily removed from your truck bed. Most have thick, rigid bodies that provide adequate protection against dents in the bed of your truck. Drop-in bedliners are long lasting and easy to clean. Drop-in bed liners are available in under-the-rail applications as well as over-the-rail for added protection. Some drop-in bed liners, like the BedRug, are made from flexible materials.
PROS: Spray-On Bed Liners
Spray-on bed liners form a permanent, yet stylish, watertight barrier between your truck bed and the outside environment, protecting it from corrosion, rust, scratches, scrapes and dents. In the event that the spray-on liner does become damaged, it can be easily repaired by Automotive Concepts with our Lifetime Guaruntee as long as you own your truck. Our spray-on bed liners also resist gasoline, diesel, oil, chlorine, fertilizer, acid and salt.
The liner adheres directly to every curve and contour of your vehicle, creating a non-skid surface that will not crack, peel or warp and holds cargo in its place. Spray-on liners are easy to clean and the material we use at Automotive Concepts is environmentally friendly. Spray-on liners can be applied under-the-rail or over-the-rail for added protection.
CONS: Drop-In Bed Liners
Drop-in bed liners can shift around and rigid versions can scuff the paint underneath. Dirt and sand can get behind a drop-in liner, making scratches even more likely if you don’t keep the area clean.
CONS: Spray-On Bed Liners
Spray-on bed liners can’t be removed.
Please give us a call at 763-535-2181 for further information or to schedule an installation appointment.