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CargoGlide Introduces New Bed Slide Solution

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The heavy-duty CargoGlide 1000XL was designed to help drivers better organize their vehicles and more easily access products and equipment.

| July 13, 2011

ST. GEORGE, Utah. — CargoGlide, manufacturer of truck bed slide solutions trucks, announces the immediate availability of the CargoGlide 1000XL.

The heavy-duty CargoGlide 1000XL was designed to help drivers better organize their vehicles and more easily access products and equipment. Designed for commercial users, the drawer has a light weight all-aluminum frame that extends 100 percent, making it effortless to access tools, supplies and equipment. The plywood deck with rubber-laminate hoses down in minutes for quick and easy clean up.

CargoGlide 1000 XL comes completely pre-assembled, and takes minutes to install, the manufacturer reports. Four-inch side rails with tie-down points secures cargo, and the 16 bearings with 1,000-pound capacity provides secure and safe hauling. CargoGlidebcomes in all popular pickup work truck and van sizes and is also available in custom sizes with capacities up to 2,500 pounds.

For more information visit www.cargoglide.com.

 

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