Powder Coating

Custom powder coating for rims, headache racks, beds, bumpers and more!

Bed Liners

Protect your truck bed, 4x4 vehicle, or custom project with a spray on bed liner.


We fabricate and weld headache racks, bumpers, grills, wenches and more.
Ready to powder coat?


Do you want powder coating rims and wheels? Maybe a custom powder coated headache rack or grille? We have over 7000+ colors to choose from.

Call us today at 303-621-0173 to discuss your powder coating project and how we can help you.

Get a no obligation quote now.

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Powder Coating Company

Powder coating is a more durable and longer-lasting alternative to traditional paint. It creates a custom protective finish to any metal surface. The powder coating process uses dry resin powder particles with your choice of pigment color. The resin powder is applied to an object with a spray gun, similar to applying solvent-based paint. Powder coating electrostatically charges the powders as they move through the spray gun, causing them to stick to the object, just like metal to a magnet. During the curing process, we heat the powder coated parts to 400 degrees, which melts the powder and fuses it together to form a rust-resistant, corrosion-resistant, durable finish impervious to UV rays and lasts 10 times longer than regular paint. The object is allowed to cool and then available for use immediately. Due to the excessive oven heat during the curing process, we cannot powder coat plastic or rubber.


The surface we are powder coating must be very clean and dry to allow the electrostatic charge. Powder will not adhere to rust, old paint, or primer. We recommend chemical stripping or sandblasting the object to remove any previous finishes, rust, and other surface contaminants. That also provides a textured surface to which the powder will adhere.

If you have your objects sandblasted before you send them to us, please clean any oil and grease off before sandblasting. This will prevent oil and grease from being pushed into the surface, causing adhesion problems.

Why Powder Coating?

Powder coating is 100% environmentally friendly since there are no solvents, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), or hazardous materials used. Powder coating is extremely resistant to chips, scratches, abrasion, heat (up to 200 degrees), UV light, and fuel and chemicals. The powder coating process also eliminates runs and drips, common with painted finishes. It is also corrosion-resistant, which is difficult to achieve with other methods. Powder coatings come in over 7000 colors, including translucent, metallic, matte, satin, as well as custom colors mixed to your specifications.

Benefits Of Using Powder Coating

DURABILITY – Powder coatings are extremely durable, UV-resistant, chip/scratch resistant, heat resistant up to 200 degrees, corrosion-resistant, rust-resistant.

FINISH OPTIONS – The latest in powder technology has brought several different finishes, including wrinkle, glossy, satin, matte, textured, and hammer tone.

COLOR OPTIONS – Powder coatings are available in over 7000 colors. Stop in our Parker showroom to match your color against our color samples or visit our home page to view color options online.

HIGHER QUALITY – Before curing, liquid paint will attract dust particles that flaw the final finish. Since powder coatings are dry before curing, they attract virtually no dust, which leads to a superior-looking finish.

These are some of our most popular Colorado & Denver powder coating services. Feel free to contact us about your project.

Bike Frames
Car parts
ATV Parts
Motorcycle Parts
Engine Parts
Car Rims & Wheels
Motorcycle Wheels & Rims
Dirt Bike Frames
Dirt Bike Parts
Car Bumpers
Car Fenders


*DISCLAIMER – RightWay Powder Coating LLC is not responsible for the structural integrity of items due to their age or condition prior to restoration. We are also not responsible for holes (due to rust) after the sandblasting process or breakage of bolts during the disassembly or assembly process. Cast aluminum and magnesium parts may experience an outgassing and/or bubbling in the finished powder coat. We will take every precaution to avoid outgassing. However, we can’t be held responsible for bubbling caused by porous castings.*

Powder Coating Examples

At Truck Trix, we believe in quality. So we make sure to take the time to prep the surfaces of whatever we are powder coating to make sure that the powder coat is going to adhere.

FREE Quotes!

We can provide you with a no obligation quote today on bed liners, powder coating, wheels and more.


We sell what we install. From bumpers to bed liners, and custom fabrication, we are your one stop shop.

Full Service Truck Shop

Truck Trix Is a Custom fabricator of quality truck accessories in Colorado. From spray in bed liners to powder coated rims & wheels, we can make your 4×4 truck look great. Our shop equipment includes sandblasting, hot degreasers, powder coating equipment, cnc machines, a spray booth, large plasma cutting table, state-of-the-art tube benders, complete Certified welding fabrication. We serve the entire front range region like Colorado Springs, Denver, Elizabeth, Elbert, Castle Rock, Franktown, and Parker.​

No matter whether you’re doing basic repairs and maintenance, modifying your Truck’s street appeal and performance, or adding high-tech lighting and electronics, our great selection of brand name products and knowledgeable associates will ensure success with all your Truck projects. Call us today for a free bed liner quote or powder coating estimate at 303-621-0173 or visit our contact page for a fast quote.

  • Truck Spray in Bed Liners
  • Running Boards
  • Custom Truck Bumpers (Move)
  • Tonneau Covers
  • Bike Racks
  • Mirrors
  • Fog Lights
  • Recovery Hooks
  • Custom wheels
  • Powder Coating
  • Roof Racks
  • Custom Grilles
  • LED Lights
  • Signal Lights
  • Welding
  • Custom Cowl Induction Hood
  • Off-Road Lights
  • Taillights
  • Tow Hitches
  • Snowplows
  • Ceramic Coating
  • Spoilers
  • CNC / Plasma Cutting
  • Lift Kits
  • Bed Accessories
  • Grille Guards
  • Fender Fares
  • Off Road Lights
  • Bug Deflectors
  • Mudflaps
  • Spray On Bedliners
  • Winch Mounts

Frequent Questions

How much does a truck bed liner cost?

One of the most popular questions we get is “What is the cost for a truck bed liner?” While this is an easy question, it’s also difficult as each vehicle is different. You may have a brand new Chevy, Ford, or Dodge truck and you want a spray in bedliner, so it’s easy to figure. While you may also have a 1970’s truck with a lot of rust and body work that needs to be done. So please feel free to give us a call at 303-621-0173 and we will give you a no obligation bed liner cost estimate.

Can you do a bed liner for atv's and rock crawlers?

YES! One of the most popular customization option these days is to add a spray on bed liner material to your atv’s, jeeps, and rock crawlers. From your bumpers and fenders to your roll cages and entire chassis, we can talk about spray on material options. Call us today at 303-621-0173

Truck Bedliners near me?

When your searching online for a truck bedliner near me, look no further than Trucktrix.com. We specialize in Scorpion bedliners that are sprayed on to create a lasting finish to your Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Nissan, or Toyota truck.

Who is Truck Trix?

Truck Trix is a local Colorado truck customization shop. Our main truck store is located at 8561 Hwy 86 Kiowa, Colorado 80117.  We proudly serve the Colorado Front Range and Pikes Peak regions including Elizabeth Colorado, Castle Rock Colorado, Elbert, Franktown, Colorado Springs, and Denver. Our services include truck bedliners, powder coating, truck lift kits, headache racks, and other custom fabrication. Call us today at 303-621-0173