New Bed Gasket from BedRug is Extra Paint Protection for Truck Beds

New Bed Gasket from BedRug is Extra Paint Protection for Truck Beds

From Wise Industries Inc., makers of the famous BedRug, comes Bed Gasket - offering additional factory bed paint protection for pickup trucks equipped with hard plastic drop-in liners.

From Wise Industries Inc., makers of the famous BedRug, comes Bed Gasket – offering additional factory bed paint protection for pickup trucks equipped with hard plastic drop-in liners.

The new Bed Gasket is a five-piece molded kit cut from rugged 1/8-inch polypropylene foam that protects 100% of the original bed surface – helping to eliminate paint abrasion caused by hard plastic liners to the floor, tailgate, bulkhead and sidewall sections.

Bed Gasket is easily installed with any double-sided tape (not included) underneath drop-in bedliners.

"What many pickup owners don’t realize is that a well-maintained original bed can increase the resale value of their truck by many hundreds of dollars," said Ron Wise, president, Wise Industries Inc. "Whether you own your truck for 10 years or sell it after only a few, the Bed Gasket is a smart investment that pays dividends."

Available for virtually every new or used pickup (all cab and box configurations) the Bed Gasket retails for approximately $49. Call Wise Industries Inc. toll-free at (800) 462-8435 or visit www.bedrug.com to learn more or locate a local, authorized dealer.

BedRug, a division of Wise Industries Inc., manufacturers pickup truck and van interior cargo protection solutions including the popular BedRug bedliner, BedRug Mat, Bed Gasket, VanTred and VanRug. BedRug is located at 635 Old Hickory Blvd., Old Hickory, TN 37138. Contact the company toll-free at (800) 462-8435 or visit www.bedrug.com.

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