Equipment

Truck Caps, Tonneau Covers for Ford Super Duty

A.R.E.

December 22, 2016 - Products

<p><em>A.R.E. CX Series Truck Cap on Ford Super Duty (Photo: A.R.E.)</em></p>

A.R.E. Accessories is offering owners of 2017 Ford Super Duty pickups a complete lineup of fiberglass truck caps and tonneau covers. Made to fit all rugged F-250, F-350, F-450, and dually models with all bed and cab configurations, both products provide truck bed storage that will help contractors and outdoor enthusiasts keep valuable gear secure, according to the manufacturer.
     
A.R.E.'s premium commercial-minded truck caps are available in aluminum or fiberglass with a variety of add-on options, including various window configurations, lighting, and organization accessories to improve the utility of Ford's Super Duty trucks.
     
For a more streamlined style, fiberglass tonneau covers from A.R.E. Accessories provide a custom fit and sleek design that blends with OEM body lines, according to the company. The covers are available for commercial and consumer applications and open with the assist of supportive gas struts that make opening and closing effortless from the rear of the truck. With a reinforced roof and top-quality locks, A.R.E.'s top-of-the-line tonneau covers maintain their premium styling and security for years.
     
All truck caps and tonneau covers from A.R.E. Accessories are manufactured to meet customer specifications and are painted to match exact OEM paint codes using a state-of-the-art factory painting system for a premium appearance.  A.R.E. backs its products with a limited lifetime warranty.
      
For more information about commercial fleet sales, contact A.R.E. by e-mail [email protected] or call (330) 232-1757.

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