1-dimensional Keira Knightley or curvaceous
Christina Hendricks… who is nicer to look at?
It’s a similar story with a truck: those straight lines and flat edges just don’t look good and the worst bit of all is that slab-like rear end. The trouble is you can’t get a truck to eat more pasta to put on a few pounds, but there are ways to make a truck’s bed more appealing.
For something so simple it’s amazing what a difference Truck Bed Rails make to a truck’s appearance. Sleek strips running the length of the truck bed, bed rails break up the boring flat look that usually kills a truck’s good looks.
Tastes vary but most of the 4WheelOnline crew prefer bed rails with a polished chrome/steel finish although there are several versions that come in black. We just like the added touch of bling the polished bed rails give a truck, but if you’re into the ‘all-black truck’ thing we totally get that too.
Bed rails stop a truck’s rear end looking boring
Black bed rails tend to be cheaper than chrome, but polished stainless steel rails are the most durable and we recommend you paying the extra for stainless steel if you can. Buying universal fit bed rails will also save money over vehicle-specific rails, although universal rails may require drilling whereas vehicle-specific versions usually don’t. Raptor and Factory Outlet’s vehicle-specific stainless steel bed rails are easy to install, look fantastic and are great value.
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