truck bed liner is one of the best investments you can make in your
truck. Turbo-Liner is a spray-on bed liner that provides a solid barrier
of watertight protection from the elements, rust, and chemicals.
Turbo-Liner also protects against dents. It's not just for truck beds.
We also apply Turbo-Liner to truck fenders, bumpers, rocker panels,
truck covers and more.
Liner is applied in a uniform manner which allows you to get a nice
even coating on every surface. Turbo Liner is one of the nicest looking
and toughest liners on the market today. And it isn't just for pickup
beds. Turbo Liner can be applied on virtually any surface whether it be
a truck bed, wheel flares, rocker panels or more. With Turbo Liner from
Dave Smith Motors you will have a durable coating and a factory
appearance on any surface.
Possible Problems with Drop-In Liners
plastic drop in pickup bed liners, dirt and water can get underneath
the liner and result in rust and corrosion and also cause noise while
driving. By permanently adhering to any surface, Turbo Liner prevents
rust and corrosion without bolts or air gaps, and it gives a quieter
Possible Problems with Polyurethane Liners
liners are sprayed in many different ways, but one thing holds true
about almost all of them they dry slow. What happens when spraying
Polyurethane is you end up with a thicker coating in the valleys and a
thin coating on the peeks of the bed. The other thing about
Polyurethanes is that most of them have a really rough and chunky
texture that short of looking bad the texture has no other function.
Color holdout is another issue. Most companies don't use much UV
protection in their materials, which causes them to chalk and fade out
Because polyurethanes have
such slow dry times the material can run down or sag, pooling up in the
low spots leaving the material thin on the main or high spots of the bed
With a Turbo Liner this is not an
issue. The Polyurea application process of Turbo Liner applies the
material in an even coat across all surfaces and dries in seconds.