If you have decided that the bed of your truck is in need of a new liner, you might want to consider using a spray on liner, from a company like X-Treem Automotive & Tinting. To help you decide whether this is in your best interest, you will want to check out the following benefits.
It Will Not Shift
The liners that drop into the back of your truck may shift over time. This creates noises that may start to become annoying. It also means that you might have trouble with debris falling in between the truck itself and the liner. With the spray on liner, this is not something you have to worry about. This is because the liner is molded to the shape and size of your truck bed.
It Will Never Crack
Drop in liners are prone to cracking after several years. This is especially true for the truck owners that use the bed of their truck for a lot of hauling and who live in regions that get extreme shifts in temperature. The extreme temperature changes can cause the drop in liner to crack as it is nothing more than plastic. However, this is not something that you will have to worry about when it comes to spray on liner. The changes in temperature, nor excessive use, will cause it to become damaged.
It Can Be Customized
With many of the drop in liners, there is only one color to pick from and that is black. However, with the spray on liners, you can get them in a variety of colors. You might even want to have the bed liner match the color of the rest of your truck. Then again, you might want a different color so you have more of a two-toned look.
Fits Uniquely Shaped Truck Beds
Some trucks have beds that are less common than the other trucks out there. It is because of this that the drop in liners do not work as well. It used to be that the only other option for uniquely shaped truck beds was a carpet liner. However, there is now a spray on liner that will easily conform to the shape of your truck bed.
With all of those benefits in mind, it should be easy to decide whether this is the best option for your truck. If it is, then you will want to make sure that you are taking it to a skilled shop that has a lot of experience with spray in liners.