Best KEEPER Truck Bed & Tailgate Accessories in 2022

KEEPER Truck Bed & Tailgate Accessories

KEEPER Truck Bed & Tailgate Accessory line offers a wide range of accessories for pickup trucks, including truck bed ladder racks for stowing equipment, wheel well storage containers, and bed extenders that provide extra room. Truck bed air mattresses make your truck into a private camping retreat, and truck bed liners protect the tailgate edge. All these truck bed accessories make hauling a breeze.

Ladder racks elevate your equipment

KEEPER ladder racks elevate your equipment to a safe, ergonomic height. Their tilt-angle design allows you to store your ladder without lifting the entire weight. They have track plugs that prevent friction between the rack and cargo. Designed to be lightweight and durable, ladder racks can be upgraded as your needs change. You can purchase a single rack or several to accommodate your growing business. There are many benefits to KEEPER ladder racks.

Adrian Steel ladder racks are tough and sturdy, and can support the weight of an extension ladder. They are made of steel coated with a diamond-hard powder coat finish. LoadsRite Drop-down is easy to raise and lowers the ladder six inches toward the user. LoadsRite features a GripLock system that prevents rungs from shifting. Perimeter Racks are designed for full-size vans and feature gutter-mounted design. The slant-down rear section makes loading and unloading easier.

Whether you are working on a construction site, a home improvement project, or a commercial building, ladders are an essential piece of equipment. These heavy, expensive tools should always be secured safely and securely in a ladder rack. Ladder racks can help you keep your equipment safe while increasing productivity. KEEPER ladder racks are designed for a variety of industries, and you can find one that fits your needs.

KEEPER ladder racks elevate your equipment to a higher height. You can install them in your vehicle and use them for a variety of equipment. KEEPER ladder racks can also be mounted on the ceiling of your vehicle. For those who do not have the time or physical capacity to lift and carry ladders, KEEPER ladder racks provide a convenient and safe place to store your equipment. Your customers will appreciate the convenience of your ladder racks, and you will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having a ladder rack installed on your fleet vehicle.

Truck bed extenders give you extra room

KEEPER truck bed extenders give you more room for cargo and storage. Whether you're hauling goods or simply carrying items, you'll find that these products can help you make the most of your truck's bed. They extend the length of your bed by five feet and can be used both vertically and horizontally. They are also adjustable for height and width. And, as a bonus, they can be folded up for storage when not in use.

With so many choices available, you'll find it hard to choose the right one for your vehicle. These extenders provide additional length to your truck's bed, ranging from conventional flip-out extenders to overhead truck racks. The most common type of extender is a cage-like device that attaches to your tailgate and flips out when you need to use your bed space. Once installed by a professional, these extenders are easy to remove when you need more room for cargo.

KEEPER truck bed extenders provide additional storage space for long items. These extenders are available in hitch-mounted and U-shaped designs. Some extenders even allow you to use the rear of your vehicle to store long items. They can save you money on a rental truck by allowing you to carry longer items instead. You can find different styles and sizes of truck bed extenders at many major retail stores.

KEEPER truck bed extenders give you more space in the bed of your pickup. These products can help you haul bigger items, such as kayaks, in a more convenient manner. And they're more affordable than hiring movers. So, why not give yourself the advantage and buy one of these truck bed extenders? You'll be glad you did. And who knows, you may even find yourself using it for years to come!

Truck bed extenders come in three styles. The first style is the standard one, which is typically made from plastic or metal and resembles an extendable arm. The next style is the bed slide, which installs inside the truck bed and rolls out for easier access. In short, KEEPER truck bed extenders will save you space and save you money. And, best of all, you can install these truck bed extenders yourself.

Truck bed liners protect the edge of your tailgate

There are two types of truck bed liners: drop-in and spray-in. Drop-in bedliners are easy to install while spray-in bedliners are more permanent. These liners won't shift, break, or fall out of place. They also block dirt and water, protecting your truck from rust damage. Spray-in bedliners can be installed on your tailgate if it is prone to nicks and scratches.

Spray-on bedliners come in a variety of colors and textures. These liners are usually made of polyurethane, and can range in thickness from a fraction of an inch to a quarter of an inch. Thinner coatings can chip and crack, while thicker ones can change the shape of the truck bed. The ArmorThane brand sets the optimum thickness for bedliners at one eighth inch.

Spray-on bedliners are more durable than drop-in bedliners, but are a bit more expensive. The reason for this is because a drop-in bedliner requires drilling holes at key locations. While a drop-in bedliner is much more affordable than a spray-on bedliner, it can be less durable than a spray-on bedliner and will need to be removed regularly to clean out the bed.

Besides providing protection against damage, truck bed liners also improve your vehicle's resale value. Those who own trucks will cringe when they drop something heavy in the bed. Then, they'll wish they had a Truck Bed Liner. Therefore, it's important to be proactive in protecting the edge of your tailgate. You can purchase a liner for your truck based on your preferences and needs.

While truck bed liners protect the edge of your tail gate, they also provide protection for the sidewalls and other parts of your truck. A full truck bed liner costs a bit more than a mat, but it will cover the entire truck bed. The price range for a truck bed liner starts at $249. The price range of these liners is also much higher than a mat.

Truck bed air mattresses make your truck feel like a private camping space

KEEPER truck bed air mattresses make your pickup feel like a private camping space, and they're affordable enough to fit in most truck beds. With a fabric topper and a three-inch-thick foam core, these mattresses are over 6' long. They're designed to serve as a top layer for a cot and not a stand-alone sleeping pad. Unlike foam mattress toppers, they're sturdy and durable enough to resist punctures.

Truck bed air mattresses are easy to install and connect to your vehicle's 12V power pack or cigarette lighter. You can set up the bed air mattress while waiting for your pickup. The 10-12" high foam pad provides plenty of padding to make it comfortable. You can also add your favorite pillows or a heavy duvet to make your bed even more comfortable. In addition to being comfortable, they're also good for the environment.

Besides adding comfort and space to your pickup bed, truck bed air mattresses also add a level of security to the sleeper. They lift you up from the ground, which means you can't be harmed while sleeping in the truck. Using an enclosed canopy or a specially-designed truck tent is another option, as they both make good camping accommodations. For colder weather, you can use a memory foam mattress instead of an air mattress.

A truck bed air mattress is an inexpensive alternative to a campervan, since it doesn't require an extra vehicle. Moreover, you can put it away when not in use. However, you need to make sure to use a down sleeping bag that is rated for the appropriate temperature. A down sleeping bag may be the best option if it's rated for the coldest temperatures.

Aram Martirosyan

Analog mixed-signal design engineer with 14 years of experience. Master in Integrated Circuits’ Technology and Design, PhD in Automation Systems.

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