West Mesa Auto Craft has been providing superior and efficient auto repair services to the Albuquerque and Rio Rancho communities for over 30 years. For those 30+ years, you’ve trusted us to restore your damaged vehicles to their original state. Now we’re asking that you let us help you protect your vehicles from preventable damage with a Rhino Linings® Spray-On Bed Liner.
Rugged, Long-Lasting Protection
Rhino’s spray-on lining isn’t for the meek or faint of heart. A Rhino bed liner is a tough, non-skid coating that bonds directly to the bed of your truck and offers permanent, airtight protection. The lining is impact and abrasion resistant and protects against both corrosion and rust. It’s also made to withstand the most corrosive of materials, including fertilizers, petroleum products and other chemicals. The lining itself is solvent-free and environmentally friendly, ensuring the protection is something you can feel good about.
Professional and Hassle-Free Application
Not just any auto body shop can apply a Rhino bed liner to your vehicle. For the seamless and air-tight coating Rhino promises, let one of our certified and trained technicians at West Mesa Auto Craft deliver the consistent application you need. With our touch, you can be sure that your new liner will hold up even under the most stressful of conditions.
Products To Suit Your Unique Needs
Rhino bed liners are not all created equal. Though Rhino products are designed to enhance both the look and durability of your vehicle, each offers its own unique benefits to the customer. Specific protections to ask your technician about include the following:
- Slip resistant
- Impact resistant
- Abrasion resistant
- UV protection
Rhino even offers color match liners. If you want to create a sleek and cohesive look from cap to tailgate, talk to your technician about Rhino ColorMatchÔ.
Service You Can Trust
At West Mesa Auto Craft, we want only what is best for our customers and their vehicles. If we didn’t think that Rhino offered the best in bed-liner technology, we wouldn’t offer it.