How to Upgrade a Used Pickup Truck on a Budget
It’s no wonder that the Ford F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for almost 35 years in a row. Pickup trucks are known for behind dependable, reliable, long-lasting, and capable oh handling plenty of dirty work.
While those are good enough reasons to buy a new truck any day, it also means that there are plenty of used vehicles out there on the market that still have a lot of life left in them. Sure, some might need a little bit of sprucing up. Here are three easy ways you can upgrade an old truck to make it look and feel as good as new.
- Fresh Tires
No one likes springing for a full set of new tires, but it really is one of the best ways to improve the ride of your truck. Not only will it reduce wear and help keep you safe on slippery roads, but the right kind of tire inflated to appropriate levels will help you maximize your gas mileage, too.
- Spray On Bedliners
Forget the slip on truck bedliners. Especially for older vehicles that are prone to rust, a spray bedliner is the way to go. Find a dealer with a spray gun for truck bedliners, as well as the right wire tape for a clean edge. Even the most dedicated DIYers should let the professionals handle this job; it’s really the tools that make all the difference, and you can’t find always fing the right spray gun for truck bedliners in a store.
- New Interior
Nothing makes a truck feel more like “yours” than a brand-new interior with leather seating. Bonus: You’ll get that “new car smell” without having to pay for a brand new vehicle!
With plenty of good trucks out there, you can save money by buying used and doing a few upgrades on your own. Being a truck owner is about more than owning a title deed — it’s about being part of a culture, one that knows and cares about how to maintain a vehicle. What better way to initiate yourself into truck culture than by upgrading your vehicle and making it your own?