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Utility Rack Description

Utility Rack Description

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Racks can generally be full size, partial size or only on one side and placed atop a utility truck body. These racks can go from the tail end of the truck body all the way to the front bumper of a chassis for a complete full size rack. A partial rack usually tends to end right at the beginning of the windshield, atop the cab. A one sided rack is just that....
Enclosure Description

Enclosure Description

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An enclosure is typically found on a utility bed to “enclose” the body of the utility bed and its open compartment (bed) of the truck. This enclosure can be a fixed roof, fixed wall and back door type or a roll-top enclosure that allows one to open up the utility bed with a slide-back...
Mounted Light Descriptions

Mounted Light Descriptions

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These light fixtures can be set up on top of cab roofs, the sides of utility bed racks, dump body and van (box) body walls and bumpers. Mounted lights are usually strobe, amber, HID or LED, flashing, reflector types, and clearance lights that can be used for various reasons depending on vocation.   HID Strobe Lights   Amber Flashing...
Tool Box Descriptions

Tool Box Descriptions

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Pickup Trucks Tool boxes can be placed in the back of pickup truck beds from one wall to the next. These tool boxes are normally made out of steel but can be made in aluminum for weight reasons. The tool boxes are usually used to store tools and sometimes work documents like maps or blue prints. Utility Trucks All tool boxes are a rectangular or box shape...
Boom Description

Boom Description

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Utility Trucks, Cargo Vans and Flatbed Trucks A “boom” describes an external type of arm of the truck body base, a base that is usually a flatbed or utility truck body and sometimes placed around a cargo van. These external arms are normally in the form of a bucket platform (bucket trucks) that holds one or two men that reaches out to a higher area,...
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