MOR/ryde Over the Road Power Step
The MOR/ryde Over the Road Power Step was developed to assist the driver into the cab or the trailer. Shoulder, lower back, knee and foot pain will be eliminated, the company says. The step moves up and down like an elevator. By using the Power Step, drivers can increase safety and reduce injury incidence from falling. The new model features a wireless remote control with lights on the front panel. Three standard sizes are available or can be custom-made to fit the trucker’s needs.
Pride Bodies, a supplier of service bodies used in the construction, municipal and service industries, offers an aluminum mechanics bumper that weighs up to 200 pounds less than similar steel offerings, providing a material designed to withstand salt and liquid calcium chloride while helping to ...
Minimizer’s fender bracket systems now are available in decorated options produced from heavy-duty composite material in a robust manufacturing process to help them withstand wear and tear while providing a sleek, finished look. The brackets are designed to resist weather, UV and scratches and are ...
Hogebuilt’s Ultimate Low Rider half-tandem fender has a three-inch flange produced with 14-gauge stainless steel. The fender has a 35½-inch drop and is available in premium 304 mirror-finish and mid-grade 430 mirror-shine stainless steel. Hogebuilt, www.hogebuilt.com
SmartTruck’s TopKit system consists of an Aero Rain Guard component that runs along the trailer’s top-rear edge and features two side fairing components on the side-rear edges. The system is about one inch thick, weighs 72 pounds and is engineered to provide a SmartWay-verified 5.5 ...
Hogebuilt’s mid-grade full tandem fenders have a three-inch flange produced in 14-gauge 430 bright anneal stainless steel. The handcrafted fenders have a mirror shine and are available in both regular and low-rider versions. Hogebuilt, www.hogebuilt.com
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