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Diamondback Introduces New Truck Cover

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Developed for full access to the truck bed from each side, the DiamondBack 180 offers a butterfly design with two full-length panels opening on each side, allowing full access to the bed of the truck.

| December 29, 2010

PHILIPSBURG, PA – DiamondBack Truck Covers recently introduced the new DiamondBack 180. Developed for full access to the truck bed from each side, the DiamondBack 180 offers a butterfly design with two full-length panels opening on each side, allowing full access to the bed of the truck.

The durable diamond plate cover seals securely with steel lock rods, neoprene gaskets, a hinge gutter and locking mechanisms on both sides to keep the contents of the truck bed secure, clean and dry. The standard two-inch profile accommodates a variety of cargo management options including DiamondBack’s four-inch and eight-inch bins to keep equipment, pesticide containers and other cargo from shifting during transport.

“We’ve developed the 180 based upon input we’ve received from our fleet customers,” said Ethan Wendle, president, DiamondBack Truck Covers. “Because of the way the truck is used in certain types of utility and fleet applications, some users need a truck cover that gives them access to both sides of the truck, but also keeps cargo clean, dry and secure.”

Starting at $1,099 MSRP for standard beds, the new DiamondBack 180 delivers a versatile, functional solution, according to the manufacturer. For more information about the DiamondBack 180, related accessories, and all the work truck and fleet utility solutions from DiamondBack, visit http://www.diamondbackcovers.com/fleet.
 

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