DualLiner Releases New Camouflage Truck-Bed Liner For Ford F-150

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Wisconsin-based truck-bed liner company DualLiner, LLC has released a new camouflage liner for late-model pickup trucks, including the current-generation Ford F-150. Each bed liner is custom-made-to-order in the USA.

Optional patterns for the new DualLiner camouflage bed liner available for the Ford F-150 include Next Camo™ Evo™ – a print which depicts a grassy marshland; Next G1 Vista™ – a photorealistic, green-and-brown print with oak and pine design elements; and Muddy Girl® – a pink-and-purple-heavy print with a simulated hardwood appearance.

In a release, DualLiner General Manager Cara Dickmann summarized the process used to produce the new camouflage bed liners, saying: “We use a specialized hydrographic water transfer process to perfectly apply a camo pattern and then seal the graphic with several coats of automotive-grade polyurethane. The clear coat contains flex agents and UV inhibitors to make it resistant to weather and marring and also protect the finish and coloring of the graphic underneath.”

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Because each bed liner is custom-made, Ford F-150 owners can rest assured that the modular, five-piece liner will not impact the functionality of things such as LEDs or Ford’s BoxLink cargo system. DualLiner’s robust, durable bed liner provides dent-resistance and protection from the elements while lending the truck a unique and stylish touch.

DualLiner’s new camouflage prints will be available on bed liners available for most Ford, GM, and Ram pickup truck models from 1999 through 2017.

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