- Ward off scratches, dings and dents along your bulkhead with the Wade Front Bed Cap
- Custom crafted for a seamless fit on your pickup
- Absorbs the impact of falling freight, saving your vulnerable finish from harm
- Constructed from sturdy plastic for lasting durability
- Simple and secure 3M adhesive installation with no drilling required
- Made in the USA
- Your Wade Front Bed Cap is backed by a Lifetime Warranty
If your truck were equipped with a deluxe force field like the Star Ship Enterprise, you could boldly tow where no one has towed before without worrying about scratching up your payload. While NASA has yet to invent an invisible shield, Wade has developed the next best thing: the Wade Front Bed Cap.
Custom designed for a perfect fit on your pickup, the Wade Front Bed Cap is constructed in the USA from high-impact plastic to deliver a powerful line of defense along the bulkhead of your rig's box. Once in place, your new bed cap delivers serious protection against scuffs, knocks and dings that come from tumbling lumber, bouncing boxes and other shifting stuff.
Thanks to the simple 3M adhesive installation, you can mount your Wade Front Bed protector quickly and without drilling holes in your vehicle. Plus, Wade backs 'em with a Lifetime Warranty.
Wade Front Bed Cap Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Bob W (LA VERKIN, UT) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Jun 11, 2015 8:58 PM
the adhesive on this item after application has not cured properly and is allowing cap to rise up. I'm going to need to apply additional adhesive to secure this item.
Reviewed by David M (Paducah, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — Jun 04, 2015 5:08 PM
perfect fit,like it but did not have enough tape on it. it wanted to come off in the wind but put more 3m tape on it and it's fine.
Reviewed by Zachary K (Huntsville, AL) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Apr 15, 2015 8:47 PM
Front bed cap arrived quickly. It fits even with the plastic molded bed liner in truck bed. The cap was pretty warped on one end and had to use extra 3M tape to keep it secure as best i could. Also had to trim the ends so it would fit correctly. It'll be under a tool box so it should be fine. Couldn't find this cap anywhere else and the price seemed pretty high, but what can you do? I recommend this product to others but just know you'll have to work a little to make it fit.
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