Mil+Spec Liner ®
Bedliners can be applied to various parts of off-road vehicles to provide protection, durability, and other benefits. The specific application of bedliner in off-road vehicles may vary depending on the vehicle type, usage, and individual preferences. It’s important to select a high-quality bedliner product and follow proper application techniques to ensure effective protection and longevity.
Common applications for bedliners in off-road vehicles:
+ Exterior Body ProtectionOff-road vehicles often encounter rough terrain, rocks, branches, and other hazards that can cause scratches, chips, or dents to the vehicle’s body. Applying a bedliner to the exterior can offer an additional layer of protection against these elements, preserving the vehicle’s appearance and preventing damage.
+ Undercarriage ProtectionThe undercarriage of an off-road vehicle is susceptible to damage from rocks, debris, and rough terrain. Applying a bedliner coating to the undercarriage can provide a protective barrier, reducing the risk of dents or punctures and preventing corrosion caused by exposure to moisture, mud, and other elements.
+ Interior Floor ProtectionOff-road vehicles often track in dirt, mud, water, or other debris onto the interior floor. Applying a bedliner to the interior floor can make it easier to clean and maintain, protecting the vehicle’s original flooring from stains, wear, and tear.
+ Cargo Area ProtectionBedliners are also useful for protecting the cargo area of off-road vehicles. Whether it’s for hauling gear, equipment, or recreational items, a bedliner can shield the cargo area from scratches, impacts, and spills, ensuring that the vehicle’s interior remains in good condition.
+ Exterior AccessoriesBedliners can be applied to various exterior accessories of off-road vehicles, such as roof racks, bumpers, grille guards, or fender flares. This adds an extra layer of protection to these components and can enhance their durability and resistance to damage.