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5 Major Pickup Truck Trends in 2019

Just like clothing, music, and the latest electronic gadgets, there are various trends that we see in pickup trucks each year. And 2019 is no exception.

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How to Cover a Truck Bed with a Tarp

There are many ways to secure your cargo and protect it from the elements, but if you are looking for an inexpensive, non-permanent, yet still effective solution, then using simple tarp can be an excellent option.

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North America’s Trusted Source for Heavy-Duty Truck Racks

Every style of truck rack that we manufacture is made right here in North America with the highest quality materials and attention to detail.

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Choices, Choices: Which BACKRACK™ Truck Rack is Right for Me?

We know that there are already a lot of hard decisions to make in life. That’s why we wanted to make choosing the right BACKRACK™ for your truck easy!

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What is a cab protector?

You’ve probably heard the term “cab protector” but you might be wondering what exactly that is. In our opinion a cab protector is only one of the most important accessories for the truck enthusiast!

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Will My Old BACKRACK™ Fit on My New Truck?

Purchasing a new truck is a significant investment. Here’s what’s important to know about your BACKRACK™ product before taking your new truck out of the lot!

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BACKRACK™ and Toolboxes: Common Questions

Do you plan to install your BACKRACK™ with a toolbox? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the process!

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How to Secure a Load in a Pickup Truck

Properly securing cargo in your pickup truck is important for your vehicle and items. Here are a few tips to help keep everyone safe on the road.

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BACKRACK™ – No Drill Installation

With BACKRACK™'s no-drill installation, mounting your BACKRACK™ won’t require a trip to the shop. Instead, it is a simple DIY job that you can do at home. Learn more about the installation process!

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When Should Headache Racks Be Used?

Headache racks, also called truck racks, are used for a variety of purposes in work, life and play. If you own a truck and regularly use it for transporting things, chances are that at some point you will have use for a headache rack. Headache racks take the headache out of transporting large items. They allow you to tie your cargo down securely so that it is not a hazard to you, other drivers or to your truck.

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