Truck Wheels and Other Truck Accessories
You just bought a truck and now it’s time to customize it, make it yours. After all, you want your truck to reflect your personality.
The first thing you will want to do is swap out the stock wheels for a set of Fuel wheels. You can get Hostile wheels as well, any aftermarket truck wheel will do. New wheels on your truck are the best way to change up the entire look. Check out the huge selection of truck wheels at BB Wheels.
After that, you will want to look into the accessories you want to have for your truck. This is no easy task as there are so many that it might be hard to narrow it down to just a few. Here are a few ideas for you to consider.
These not only make your truck look cool, but they are also utilitarian as well. Mud flaps help you avoid dings and scratches on your truck. The range of styles is capable of matching your truck color, truck style and other truck accessories.
Mud flaps are nothing more than rubber mats attached to the rear fender wells of your pickup truck, yet they are a great way to snazz up your ride and protect your paint job.
There are many types of tonneau covers available on the market and they come in a variety of styles and colors. In addition to jazzing up the look of your pickup truck, they offer protection against theft. They also protect the stuff in your truck bed from sun damage, snow, rain, wind and vermin.
Step bars, running boards and Nerf bars all serve a similar function; they help to get you and others in and out of your truck. If you have a full-size truck, getting in and out can be a daunting task, especially if you are short in stature.
Step bars serve another function as well, they are added protection for your truck. For example, they keep rocks from flying up and damaging your truck when you are driving on a gravel road. They also act as a barrier between the body of your truck and that wayward grocery cart.
Step bars offer aesthetic value and protection and they are a must have for truck owners.
Bug shields are all about deflecting bugs and other debris away from your windshield and hood. This is a must if you do a lot of night driving. Bug shields come in a variety of styles and you can get them to color match your paint job.
This is a low-cost way you can modify your truck.
Let’s get this out of the way right away: Floor liners are not floor mats as liners are custom fit to your truck. Floor mats are just rubber mats that just lay on the floor.
Floor liners fit the contours of your truck’s floor. They are quite easy to install and offer superior protection. You can spill a whole can of soda on your floor and these babies will prevent any of it from soaking into your carpet.
Truck Bed Liners
Without a truck bed liner, you are probably damaging your truck bed with every piece of equipment you haul. These days, you have a lot of options when it comes to truck bed liners including custom decal liners, carpet and plastic.
A good liner will also save your knees if you tend to crawl around in the back of your truck.
Truck Bed Organizers
After you install your truck bed liner, you need to acquire truck bed organizers. One does not simply throw their tools and other items in the back of their truck and think they are all good to go.
You can choose something traditional. Like a toolbox that rides up near the cab or you can get a decked out bed organizer that covers the length and width of your truck bed.
Truck Bed Light
Having the ability to see the things you store in the back of the truck is paramount. Especially if you use your truck for work and find yourself still busy after sundown.
If you are still driving a truck with stock wheels, hot up BB Wheels for a new set.