Site Commander Truck Cap Available for 2009-2013 Ford F-150 Long Bed Trucks

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The A.R.E. Site Commander truck cap is now available for 2009-2013 Ford F-150 Long Bed trucks. A.R.E. designed the Site Commander commercial cap for professionals who require functionality, organization and a high-quality appearance in their truck fleets. Made from fiberglass construction to deliver a lightweight yet durable truck cap, the Site Commander provides increased storage to fleets and features a reinforced roof capable of accommodating most brands of commercial ladder racks.

The Site Commander's wide-opening rear doors are designed to improve efficiency, allowing for easy loading and unloading of full-size plywood and drywall. And, the addition of a BEDSLIDE sliding cargo tray allows for quick access to the entire truck bed.

Manufactured for quality and visual appeal, the Site Commander features a cored roof and doors for increased strength and stiffness. The front and rear sections of the truck cap are model specific to provide a more custom look.

A.R.E. paints the Site Commander to match a truck's OEM color code using a standard DuPont base coat/clear coat paint for a high-quality appearance. It comes with A.R.E.'s three-year warranty on materials and workmanship

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