It’s Your Baby…Protect It

Jace Bauserman

2012 Chevrolet HDOctober is a great month. Hunters out West are loading down their trucks and heading to the high-country to chase elk and mule deer while eastern whitetail assassins are filling their rigs with lock-on stands, ladder stands and deer carts. And it’s not just the hunting. Across the globe sportsmen and women are out recreating, riding their ATV’s and enjoying God’s beautiful creation. Like I said, October is a great month. Just make sure that this October you also protect your trucks bed rails from scratches and dents.

Husky Quad Caps protect your trucks bed rails via a 2-piece cap. Easy to install, the 2-piece cap ensures the seam in completely hidden thanks to its unique styling. Made from highly-durable TPO material, Husky Quad Caps are the strongest and thickest bed rail cap protectors on the market today. So go ahead and toss in that treestand, firewood, ATV, tent, chainsaw, metal loading ramp and the like. No longer do you have to worry about denting and chipping your trucks bed rails…let the Quad Caps worry about that.

Carrying a lifetime guarantee against cracking and breaking, the Husky Quad Caps showcase rugged styling with a factory matched look. In addition, the Quad Caps include removable stake pocket covers and install easily with 3M foam tape.

And while you’re taking the time to protect your trucks bed rails, you might as well protect its headlights from becoming pitted and chipped. You see, no matter where you drive—highways, city streets or country roads—sand, rocks and salt are waging a war against your headlights. Not to mention the fact that oxidation from UV sunlight can cause your headlights to become hazy and cast more of a dull yellow beam than a vibrant white one.  You owe it to yourself, to your family and your truck to stay safe and protected. Stop damage before it starts and stay safe with the Husky Shield Headlite Guard. At a fraction of the cost of having to replace one or more of your trucks polycarbonate or acrylic headlights, Headlite Guard sports a urethane film and is designed to protect your headlights from road debris. Testing has shown that Headlite Guard’s high-impact resistance drastically minimizes the pitting and cracking that sand, rocks and salt often cause. Also pleasing is the fact that Headlite Guard’s UV inhibitors reduce the yellowing effect of sunlight.

For more information about these fine products from Husky Liners or to view more outstanding products, visit www.huskyliners.com.

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