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BedRug Spray-In Adhesion Kit for BedRug Liners
From:  $16.15$19.00
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BedRug Drop-in Bed Mat Universal
From:  $95.20$112.00
Dee Zee Universal Truck Bed Mat
Dee Zee Universal Truck Bed Mat
From:  $164.67
Al's Liner Spray In Bed Liner
Al's Liner Do It Yourself Spray On Bed Liner
From:  $145.00


Without a truck bed liner or a truck bed mat, keeping the original finish your truck bed came with can be difficult, especially if you use what your truck was made for – loading and unloading cargo! You need to protect your investment from the everyday wear and tear that loading and unloading cargo can bring. Bed mats and liners provide long term protection from the elements and moisture. They also provide a clean finish to truck beds that may not look their best anymore. Bed mats and liners not only protect your truck; they also prevent damage to the items your carry. Load shift can be a problem and the many different styles of mats and liners RealTruck.com carries offer high-traction surfaces to keep your gear in place when turning, braking, and accelerating.


These mats cover the floor of your truck, providing affordable protection that can be installed in seconds. With heavy duty rubber, Nyracord, recycled materials or marine grade carpet, truck bed mats will stand up to the abuses you throw at your vehicle longer than your truck does.

Truck bed mats are spill and stain resistant. Impervious to many harsh chemicals and able to withstand the harshest climates, bed mats won’t crack in cold weather and or deform during hot summer weather.


Truck bed liners cover the floor, sides, and bulkhead of your truck bed entirely, meaning you get full protection when hauling your gear from point A to B. Bed liners are made from heavy duty polyurethane rubber, marine grade carpet, molded foam, or hard plastic. Cleanup is a breeze: just wash the liner with soap and water and let it dry. Most bed liners are installed using hook-and-loop tape, requiring no drilling or sanding of your bed.