If you are putting a set of mud flaps on your truck and want it really stand out from the crowd the first step is to go with Gatorback mud flaps by Truck Hardware. If having the best flap on the market is not enough for you take that the next step and truly have something unique why not put your name or business name on the flap? SharpTruck will work with you to customize your flap with a one of a kind logo.
When it comes to Curt 5th Wheel Hitches there are 3 different options to choose from. The differences are laid out below so you can choose the hitch that best suits your needs.
|Features||Features an articulating head design. The hitch head is built on a patented cast yoke that offers a stable, quiet ride, even with large 5th wheel trailers.||The Q-series is designed to offer the quietest towing possible. It features a spherical axial bearing that allows the head to tilt in any direction needed to ensure a smooth ride.||The E-series is designed to be a more economical option for budget-conscious customers. It operates on a dual-pivoting head with 10° of lateral movement.|
|Pivoting Mechanism||Cast yoke with two pivot points||Spherical axial bearing||10° dual-pivoting head|
|Handle Operation||Single-throw, self-resetting handle||Short-throw, single handle||Single handle|
|Head Opening||Extra wide, self-aligning||Extra wide, self-aligning||Self-aligning|
|Jaw Type||Dual, interlocking||Dual||Locking bar|
|Sidewinder Compatible||Yes (wedge required)||No||Yes (wedge required)|
|Weight Capacity Options||16K, 20K, 25K, 30K||20K, 24K, 25K||16K|
|Warranty||Limited lifetime||Limited lifetime||Limited lifetime|
Here is the list of Cadillac recalls. Check to see if your vehicle is involved in the latest safety recalls. This list is published by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
Here is the list of Chrysler recalls. Check to see if your vehicle is involved in the latest safety recalls. This list is published by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
It doesn’t matter if you have a car, truck or SUV, having mud flaps is a must. Why are mud guards so important, you may ask? These easy to install accessories deflect grime and dirt, keeping your truck clean and mud free even while driving at high speeds. Mud flaps, popularly known as splash guards or mud guards, offer great protection from many weather conditions and loose debris on the highway. While driving, your tires are constantly throwing up mud, dirt, rocks, tar, salt, water as well as other elements common on the road. All of this harmful slush, road grime as well as debris splatters onto your vehicles paint and in time can cause corrosion of the metal and damaging the paint on your truck, leading to unsightly rust to your vehicle and also its frame.
What does everybody like to have? We love our choices and having variety! And when buying a truck this is especially true. For example, no one shirt fits the same or is the same size. You have many options from slim to loose fit, and short, long, or no sleeves at all. So, when you’re buying accessories for your truck, knowing what type of cab size you have is crucial. Having the right knowledge ensures that everything fits properly, and it allows for easy installation.
No matter who you are, the floor of your vehicle is bound to become a mess at some point in time. If you can relate to this frequent hassel, you know how much of a challenge the cleanup can be. The experts at WeatherTech have made note of your problems and have come up with their best solutions to them. Follow along below to find out if they have the answers you’ve been looking for as we break down the WeatherTech All-Weather Floor Mats!
It’s that time of year in colder climates that you often find ice covered parking lots and surfaces. Most of those who have braved winters have found that firm footing is not always easy to come by and slipping and falling is a very common occurrence. According to injuryhelpline.com it has been estimated that each year just under 1 million people arrive at the hospital and 17,000 people die...
Each truck make and model is different. So, if your measurement happens to be an inch or two off from the stated length below or the manufacturers specifications, don’t panic. Rounding of bed length numbers is very common, however your measurement should be within a couple inches of the stated length. After measuring your bed length, compare to the following table below to see how it matches up in order to find which bed length you have on your truck.