First Look: Bed Boards by Hard Wood Workshop

The adage goes that necessity is the mother of invention. For entrepreneur Ben Grunow, that necessity was watching his children climb over the side of his Jeep Wrangler, putting the Jeep’s side rails at risk of scratches.

Having a background in engineering and construction, a creative solution presented itself — one that not only protects a Jeep’s delicate finish, but adds a distinctive visual flare to the vehicle.

Available in two authentic wood finishes, white oak and African mahogany, as well as King Starboard, a high-density black polymer, HWW Bed Boards complete the look of any Jeep JK, and are available in sizes custom-made to fit any two- or four-door Wrangler, running a popular hard or classic soft top. HWW even offers the option of custom laser-engraved logos for a truly one-of-a-kind look.

But, these distinctive accents do more than dress up a Jeep, they provide serious protection from shifting cargo, anxious canines and even careless human passengers. Since Bed Boards are wider than the JK’s factory side rail, they make the perfect arm rest.  And, given that Jeep enthusiasts are prone to accessorize and enjoy modification, Bed Boards provide the perfect tie-down points or mounting platform for whatever accessories or trail gear you dream up!

They install in minutes using included stainless steel screws and existing body holes. Best of all, there’s no need to remove them to allow installation or removal of whatever top your Jeep is running! And, of course, Bed Boards are proudly made right here in the U.S. of A. But, with a starting price below $200, they’re affordable for any Jeeper.

Check out this creative new product from a fellow Jeep enthusiast. Visit or call (203) 979-1604 to learn more.



All photos courtesy Hard Wood Workshop.

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