Headache Racks keep Trucks Protected
- Author Matthew Reyer
- Published February 22, 2012
- Word count 418
What exactly is a headache rack? A headache rack or cab protector is located behind the cab of your truck and attaches to your truck bed. The purpose of this rack is to keep the glass of your cab protected from loading cargo into your truck bed. The headache rack also protects the front bed cap of your truck from scratches and damage as well. If you're like me you probably toss lumber, rocks, trash, junk, ladders and tools into the bed of your truck. But we don't really think about protecting the back of our cab.
What types of trucks need these racks? Headache Racks from Mudflaps.com come in many different models to fit most trucks. Typically there are louvered steel designs, open window cut designs and mesh designs. The mesh and open window designs make it easy for you to see through the headache rack without altering your line of sight. Sometimes the more heavy duty louvered steel racks hinder you site, but do offer the best protection.
Oh, if your looking for style there are racks made with elk, fish, motorcycle, spiders and more. These racks can help put a personality on your truck. If your a fly fisherman, why not throw a sweet stainless steel elk rack to show off your truck. What about a hunter? Put a stylish elk or deer scene on the back of your cab. Whatever your style there is some kind of custom design to fit your personality.
These racks are generally used with work trucks and ranch trucks to protect your rear glass. Sometimes we don't think about the rear glass of our trucks and how easy wood or steel can crack a window. A benefit of the cab protector on your truck is that it can also be covered to a ladder rack. Ladder racks make carrying your long, work ladders on top of your truck easy.
Another great benefit of a headache rack is that it can hold auxiliary lighting. This eliminates the need for you to put on a light bar when you can attach a few fog lamps and your ready to go. Plus, some manufacturers offer both forward lighting and rear lighting to meet all your needs. Work trucks and off-road machines can benefit from full 360 degree lighting. All in all these racks are beneficially to your truck and should be kept in mind when the time is right. At mudflaps.com you can learn more about ladder racks and headache racks.
Matthew Reyer is an expert on custom truck accessories from Mudflaps.comArticle source: http://articlebiz.com
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