Bullet Lining JK Jeep Tub

Getting tired if your jeep leaking and soaking the carpet? Have you tried replacing every seal you can and it still leaks? If that is the case then maybe it is time to accept the fact that Jeeps leak! From old to new they all seem to let more water in than they keep out! For that reason it is time to be proactive when it comes to protecting your jeep from interior water damage!

There is certainly nothing worse than opening your door to find your carpet is absolutely soaked! Rip out that carpet and replace it with something that water cannot hurt, Bullet Liner! Not only will you be able to just pull your drain plugs, and go on about your day, but you will also notice how much more quiet the road noise is! It is a no brainer! Don,t get caught with wet feet, it is time to be proactive, not reactive.

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2014 Jeep Wrangler Full Spray

Everyone wants their vehicle to stand out, what better way then to Bed line the entire vehicle!

This seems like a much crazier idea than it really is! Not only does bedliner transform the overall appearance of the vehicle, it also provides a lifetime of protection against rock chips, scratches, and significantly reduces road noise! All while maintaining a “Clean but mean” appearance!

There are no shortcuts when it comes to doing a full spray on a vehicle, we are essentially doing a full repaint, just with our own twist on it! We remove every panel that can be, as well as all of the internal components such as door latches and window mechanisms. As you can see there is quite a bit of disassembly that is required! Not all bedliner companies go to the lengths that we do when doing a full spray. Most rely on excessive amounts of masking tape while keeping the disassembly of the vehicle to a minimum. That is just not the Bullet Liner way!

Surprisingly spraying the entire vehicle only takes about 1 hour total, but do not overlook the many hours that go into the preparation and masking of the vehicle! With any application the end product is only as good as the prep work. We usually allow 2 complete days to mask the vehicle and prep the surface for the application process. This includes all of the teardown, masking, sanding, and priming of the areas to be sprayed. This is arguably the most crucial step in the lining process. Failure to properly mask and prep the surface results in poor adhesion of the bedliner. We take the extra step and apply a 2 part primer which provided the liner with more of a chemical adhesion, rather than a friction adhesion. All of this is done to ensure that the bedliner will outlast the life of the vehicle.

The end product is unlike any other! As if spraying the entire vehicle isn’t unique enough, you can make it your own by choosing any color under the sun! If you can envision it we can make it happen for you! That is the Bullet Liner way.

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Toyota Hilux Flatbed & Bumper

Everyone wants their vehicle to stand out, what better way then to Bed line the entire vehicle!

This seems like a much crazier idea than it really is! Not only does bedliner transform the overall appearance of the vehicle, it also provides a lifetime of protection against rock chips, scratches, and significantly reduces road noise! All while maintaining a “Clean but mean” appearance!

There are no shortcuts when it comes to doing a full spray on a vehicle, we are essentially doing a full repaint, just with our own twist on it! We remove every panel that can be, as well as all of the internal components such as door latches and window mechanisms. As you can see there is quite a bit of disassembly that is required! Not all bedliner companies go to the lengths that we do when doing a full spray. Most rely on excessive amounts of masking tape while keeping the disassembly of the vehicle to a minimum. That is just not the Bullet Liner way!

Surprisingly spraying the entire vehicle only takes about 1 hour total, but do not overlook the many hours that go into the preparation and masking of the vehicle! With any application the end product is only as good as the prep work. We usually allow 2 complete days to mask the vehicle and prep the surface for the application process. This includes all of the teardown, masking, sanding, and priming of the areas to be sprayed. This is arguably the most crucial step in the lining process. Failure to properly mask and prep the surface results in poor adhesion of the bedliner. We take the extra step and apply a 2 part primer which provided the liner with more of a chemical adhesion, rather than a friction adhesion. All of this is done to ensure that the bedliner will outlast the life of the vehicle.

The end product is unlike any other! As if spraying the entire vehicle isn’t unique enough, you can make it your own by choosing any color under the sun! If you can envision it we can make it happen for you! That is the Bullet Liner way.

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OEM Cab Light Installation

OEM Cab Light Installation

We knocked out a set of OEM cab lights on this 2017 Silverado high country!

It was quite the undertaking but they turned out PERFECT 💎💎💎.

We had our work cut out for us with having to cut 4 perfectly square holes, remove the old overhead console harness, and install the new harness with added cab light pigtails.

Absolutely worth it!

Rough Country 6” Suspension

Rough Country 6" Suspension

Thank you to Eric Olsen at Honda of Lincoln for letting us get you set up with a Rough Country 6” suspension lift kit!

This truck is pristine for being 13 years old!

Sound System on E6 Crownline

Sound System on E6 Crownline

We finished up a complete sound system and lighting on this beautiful E6 Crownline!

Featuring a Fusion head unit and swim platform control.

  • 4 Fusion cabin speakers,
  • A 12” Fusion subwoofer,
  • And 2 Rev 10” wet sounds tower speakers.

All powered by a massive Fusion 6 channel amplifier cleanly mounted in the storage compartment under the steering wheel!

We also lit the interior up with 4 Infinite Off-road LED lights. She sure shines 💎

We added our own little touch with some MC logos used as access hole covers to the tower speakers!

Shes ready for next summer!