1940-1946 Chevrolet Short Stepside Undrilled BedWood®

$679.00

SKU: 160810 BedWood®

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Your bed is the largest flat surface on the entire truck. Why treat it like the smallest? Utilizing only the highest grade of hardwoods available and the most advanced manufacturing technology, we precision mill each BedWood® plank with your truck in mind. Our chamfered edges and proprietary groove, coupled with the ease of installation, results in a finished appearance putting you one step closer to the winners circle.

This BedWood® Set arrives undrilled, allowing you to drill your own holes for custom application or hidden mounting holes. If you want your BedWood Set Predrilled for Bed to Frame mounting bolts, be sure to order the Predrilled version for your year, make and model. Give your truck bed new life with a set of show quality BedWood.  Sourced from only the most reliable and consistent sources, our BedWood is simply the best. All wood is kiln-dried for dimensional stability allowing for the best overall finished product.  Precision milled to the proper width and trimmed to length for your truck assures you this BedWood set will fit perfectly. After getting our proprietary groove and going through our 3-stage sanding process the BedWood® is glass smooth, ready for finish.

Ash is a light colored, smooth-grained North American hardwood. With its typical straight grain and beige-to-light-brown hue, ash wood is a very attractive option for fine furniture.  It’s one of the most durable varieties and has an extensive history in American manufacturing, Due to its characteristics as a lightweight and shock-resistant wood, Ash is a favorite for baseball bats and tool handles. It is durable, lightweight, aesthetically pleasing, and absorbs wood stains very well.

Birds Eye Maple is incredibly strong, looks great, and stains nicely. Wood aficionados gravitate towards American Birds Eye Maple for its light, creamy color, and natural luster from the many swirls resulting in circular "eyes".

Black Walnut is one of the most valuable and cherished species of American hardwoods. Known as the Wood of Kings, Black Walnut has a rich brown lustrous heartwood and a very rich grain.

Black Limba is an exotic wood native to tropical west Africa.  The lumber has a diverse grain pattern of interspersed dark and light stripes when harvested from the lower trunk of the tree.

Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba), native to Central and South America, is very popular due to its extreme hardness and strength.  It accepts stains and finishes well and is a popular choice due to its interlocking grain pattern.

Curly Maple is incredibly strong, looks great, and stains nicely. Wood aficionados gravitate towards American Curly Maple as it reflects light in a way that three-dimensional curves appear across the boards when finished in a high gloss. Curly Maple is the wood of choice for many high end guitar makers.

Cypress, sourced from the American gulf coastal region, has a leafy grain, and is strong, light and durable. Cypress is also naturally resistant to decay.

Flamed Birch is an American hardwood that possesses a beautiful wavy figured grain pattern that reflects light in a way that three-dimensional curves appear across the boards when finished in a high gloss. It is rather scarce because only an occasional tree is found to have this particular pattern.

Hickory is both rich and rustic in character. This American hardwood is extremely tough and resilient, yet flexible.  Hickory heartwood varies from tan to brownish-red, and the sapwood is creamy white. Traditionally, hickory has been used for objects that require strength and that must withstand abuse.

Leopardwood is an exotic wood native to the inland areas of Eastern Australia. It is a dark reddish-brown color with strong broad rays. This species is a straight grained with medium texture, the highly flecked decorative surface makes this wood ideal for furniture and accent work.

Paduak is an exotic wood native to Africa. It is moderately heavy, strong and stiff, with exceptional stability. It has a dark reddish in color with near black highlights and is commonly used in decorative cabinetwork.

Pine (North American) is straw to tan in color, and is known for dimensional stability and being lightweight. Pine offers an economical option for those needing new BedWood®.

Poplar is a lightweight American hardwood, easy to work with and often is used to replace original pine beds for its resistance to decay.

Red Oak is a plentiful American hardwood known for its open and slightly coarse grain, and pinkish to white color.  Red Oak was the original wood used in many of the classic American pickup bed floors.

Sapele is an exotic wood commonly imported from tropical Africa. It is ribbon grained mahogany with rich brown color tones.

ThermX is a thermally modified North American Ash wood. The thermal process “cooks out” all of the sugars making this wood species resistant to decay. Left unfinished the wood will turn natural silver patina in color. A great substitute for old barn wood.

TigerWood is an exotic wood from South and Central America. It is best known for its beautiful stunning grain pattern, replicating that of tiger stripes.

Wenge is an exotic wood, native to the Republic of Congo in Africa. It is very dark in color with a distinctive figure and strong partridge wood pattern. It is commonly used on high end musical instruments and recurve bows.

White Oak is a very versatile American hardwood.  It wears well and is more resistant to exterior adversities than Red Oak.

Wormy Maple, also known as Ambrosia Maple, is a creamy white straight grained American maple with irregular streaks of gray, dark brown, tan or black striations.  Worm and pin holes common. Its unique appearance makes it very desirable for those wanting something different.

ZebraWood is an exotic wood imported from central Africa. The heartwood is a pale golden yellow, distinct from the very pale color of the sapwood and features narrow streaks of dark brown to black, resembling those of a zebra.