Putco Skins Bed Caps Customer Reviews
48 Customer Reviews
You've probably bought or at least thought about a bed liner for protecting your truck bed from scratches, gouges and rusting. Extend that same protection concept to your vulnerable bed rails that take a beating, by covering them with Putco Skins Bed Caps-a sturdy metal guard that's custom made for your truck.
Not only do they protect, but Putco Skins Bed Caps look great. The smooth 17-gauge stainless steel wraps 1½" over the rail, and is available with or without stake pocket holes.
Installing your new truck bed caps takes only minutes. Just peel the backing off the pre-applied 3M heavy-duty adhesive tape, line the cap up and press down. They'll stay put for years of use. And, your Putco Skins Bed Caps are backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
48 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Thomas C (Auxvasse, MO) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Dakota — Apr 16, 2014 2:44 PM
I was a little disappointed by the quality of workmanship of the Putco Bed Caps. At the read of the bed, where the caps are made to wrap around the bed, the caps are welded to complete the wrap. On my caps the process creates a noticeable dent or dimple at the apex of the curve. Also on the inside of the cap the grinding of the weld is poor quality. I realize that this is not seen after installation, but goes to show quality of workmanship and workers pride in work.
Reviewed by Jerry B (LEBANON, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Ranger — Aug 21, 2013 3:09 AM
I wanted My new Ranger to have more then a Plain look to it's features. I Google'd Bed Caps/ Rails and found Auto Anything. They have a Great selection of different Caps and Rails with photos to help you decide what would look best. Also, I chatted with one of their Reps', which helped me in making sure I purchased the right set. Installation was easier then I had expected, followed their instructions and had the caps on in less then 45 minutes. Great price too!
Reviewed by Rene G (MORRISONVILLE, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra — Nov 10, 2012 6:12 AM
The quality of the skins are great. I'm not pleased with the fit. The edges of the skins aren't flush with the sides of the box like the photo. They are sharp and hazardous. I will be taking them off due to the fit and for safety.
Reviewed by jason k (Spokane Valley, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Nov 02, 2012 9:24 PM
I had a different brand on my half tin that was nit available for my current truck so I went with the Putco's. Easy to install, very good shine. The cut on the outer edge is wavy and the rounded edge on the back look like they crimped it down with pliers to get the bend. I'm not that happy with the overall look.
Reviewed by TED L (PETALUMA, CA) Reviewed for a 1988 GMC C/K 1500 — Oct 30, 2012 4:17 PM
I actually sent back another brand of rail caps and ordered Putco rail caps after installing Putco fender trims. Just like the fender trim, the bed rail caps are of superior quality, fit, and finish. I have also ordered a Putco tailgate cap that I'm confident will also be superior to any brand available for my 88 GMC Sierra long bed. Just spent 5K to repaint the truck and camper shell and these Putco parts really highlight that job.
Reviewed by Thomas H (NEW TAZEWELL, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Jul 14, 2012 1:29 PM
The Putco bed skins are easy to install, are highly polished, and look good from a distance. However the stamping and therefore the fit is not as good as it was in 1999 when I put them on my last new truck. Not really worth the price.