Truck Bodies & Trailer Sales
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Truck Bodies & Trailer Sales                       (732) 341-6023 
Phase 1
This phase consists of removing the liners inside of the fenders to expose the wheel wells of the vehicle in preparation for rustproofing & undercoating.

Watch the walk around video as we layout everything we have removed for this phase and give you an inside view of our target areas most common for rusting.
Phase 1
This phase consists of removing the liners inside of the fenders to expose the wheel wells of the vehicle in preparation for rustproofing & undercoating.

Watch the walk around video as we layout everything we have removed for this phase and give you an inside view of our target areas most common for rusting.
Phase 2
Moving on is the prepping phase, we bring the vehicle inside where it will be sprayed. The vehicle will be driven onto ramps in the front and then lifted onto stands allowing us to have considerable room to work underneath.

We remove running boards, mud-flaps, taillights, and tailgate. Removing the running boards and mud-flaps allows us to spray behind in those areas. Removing the taillights allows us to spray behind them and in areas of the fenders that are otherwise unreachable. Removing the tailgate allows us to spray in the tedious areas known to rust that are difficult to spray with it on.

We then run tape and paper on areas that cannot be sprayed such as the driveshaft(s) and exhaust to protect them. Next we will run tape, plastic wrap, and paper in/on areas that have gaps which would shoot overspray onto the paint if not covered. With great attention to detail we make sure to protect your vehicle 100% while maintaining perfect straight lines when taping which create a clean factory look of perfection when coating is applied. 

Watch the walk around video as you get a close up look of how we do just that!
Phase 3
This is the first application onto the vehicle. We call this the rust inhibitor. It is an odorless wax-based formula that bonds permanently, forming a clear, waterproof, salt-resistant seal. We spray this with a wan extension through existing body holes so absolutely never any drilling required. The reason for the wand is we can sneak it into tedious corners, door jams, door sills, bed rails, frame rails and anything that is impossible to reach by your typical sprayer.
Phase 4
With this now being the second application onto the vehicle we call this the undercoating stage. This is where we spray an even heavy coat of the superior black wax-based formula sealing the underside of your vehicle against road salt, dirt, stone, and gravel abrasion. You will also notice it acts as a sound deadener giving you a quieter ride. 

The undercoat will not run or drip at high temperatures or become brittle in sub-zero weather. It contains no tar-like ingredients that attack body coatings.
Phase 2
Moving on is the prepping phase, we bring the vehicle inside where it will be sprayed. The vehicle will be driven onto ramps in the front and then lifted onto stands allowing us to have considerable room to work underneath.

We remove running boards, mud-flaps, taillights, and tailgate. Removing the running boards and mud-flaps allows us to spray behind in those areas. Removing the taillights allows us to spray behind them and in areas of the fenders that are otherwise unreachable. Removing the tailgate allows us to spray in the tedious areas known to rust that are difficult to spray with it on.

We then run tape and paper on areas that cannot be sprayed such as the driveshaft(s) and exhaust to protect them. Next we will run tape, plastic wrap, and paper in/on areas that have gaps which would shoot overspray onto the paint if not covered. With great attention to detail we make sure to protect your vehicle 100% while maintaining perfect straight lines when taping which creates a clean factory look of perfection when coating is applied. 

Watch the walk around video as you get a close up look of how we do just that!
Phase 3
This is the first application onto the vehicle. We call this the rust inhibitor. It is an odorless wax-based formula that bonds permanently, forming a clear, waterproof, salt-resistant seal. We spray this with a wand extension through existing body holes so never any drilling required. The reason for the wand is we can sneak it into tedious corners, the existing holes in the hood, door jams, door sills, bed rails, frame rails and anything that is impossible to reach by your typical sprayer.
Phase 4
With this now being the second application onto the vehicle we call this the undercoating stage. This is where we spray an even heavy coat of the superior black wax-based formula sealing the underside of your vehicle against road salt, dirt, stone, and gravel abrasion. You will also notice it acts as a sound deadener giving you a quieter ride. 

The undercoat will not run or drip at high temperatures or become brittle in sub-zero weather. It contains no tar-like ingredients that attack body coatings.
COPYRIGHT © Hyers Inc. 2019
COPYRIGHT © Hyers Inc. 2019