1. Why Aluminum Beds Require More Protection

    Aluminum truck beds are becoming more popular as the benefits are being more recognized. Aluminum requires much less maintenance and is generally more resistant to rust and corrosion than its steel counterpart — and, LINE-X can maximize these benefits. One of the biggest benefits of aluminum truck beds is the lighter weight dramatically improves fuel efficiency. The lighter weight also helps pro…Read More

  2. When It Comes to Bed Liners, You Get What You Pay For

    We get it all the time: “I saw a DIY spray-on bed liner for less than $100, why is yours not this cheap?” Easy, there is nothing cheap about LINE-X truck bed liners. While we know that most people who ask this question are referring to cost, as you can guess, we are referring to value. We don’t take offense to questions like this because we pride ourselves on not overcharging, but offering u…Read More

  3. How LINE-X Compares to Factory Truck Spray Bed Liners

    We hear this question asked all the time, “my new truck already has a factory spray bed liner, Isnt it as good as LINE-X and why would I still need LINE-X protective coatings?” Good question! If you are a casual truck user who may help their neighbor move a bed and that’s the extent of the trauma your truck bed will encounter, perhaps you don’t need anything more durable than the stock spr…Read More

  4. Why Drop In Bedliners Are Bad

    Most truck owners who go with drop-in bedliners do so to save money. Drop-in bedliners typically cost between $150-$200. This price tag looks like the less expensive option until you start to look a closer look. A drop-in bedliner is a plastic liner that will eventually become loose. When it does, the friction can wear through the paint on the bed floor. This will expose the metal underneath the p…Read More