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Cab Pad

When stacking oversize materials against the cab of your truck, it might be a good idea to protect the roof from scratches and dents. Wouldn’t you rather spend $30 for the Cab Pad than pay a lot more to fix the dents in your truck’s roof or touch up the paint job?

The flexible rubber Cab Pad conforms to the roof, and non-slip suction cups on the underside hold it in position without marring your truck’s finish. Besides protecting the cab, the side wings also help to keep the load in place under weather conditions ranging from Minnesota winter to Arizona summer.

The Cab Pad measures 27″ x 4-1/2″ x 4-3/4″, so it stores easily when not in use. Just make sure you do put it away after you’re done with it, unless you really want to share it with the next guy to find it on the side of the road.

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2 Responses to Protection For Your Truck Cab

  1. Jake Strait says:

    I just use whatever I can find in the truck – cardbox box, jacket, etc. A good idea, but to truly reach their market effectively they need to have these in a display at the lumber store near the checkout!

  2. Alan says:

    Shouldn’t be too much more expensive than a piece of cardboard, either, unless those little ears are a lot tougher than they look.

    Don’t forget to secure your load!

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