A.R.E. Truck Caps, Tonneau Covers and Commercial Options for 2016 Toyota Tacoma

Full line of A.R.E. Accessories Truck Caps, Tonneau Covers and commercial product options now available for 2016 Toyota Tacoma.
MASSILLON, Ohio – Available immediately, A.R.E. Accessories is offering the company’s full range of well-designed fiberglass truck caps, tonneau covers and commercial products for the new 2016 Toyota Tacoma pickup.

The complete line of A.R.E.’s quality-built truck caps is available for all cab and bed configurations for these mid-size pickup trucks.

To create an aerodynamic, secure and weatherproof storage area in the 2016 Tacoma’s bed, A.R.E.’s fiberglass tonneau covers are durable, easy to open and close, and integrate seamlessly into the design of this new truck model.

For commercial applications, A.R.E. offers the rugged, customizable Deluxe Commercial Unit (DCU) and ToolMaster Series truck caps.

All A.R.E. products are painted to match the owner’s truck using the exact OEM paint code for a high-quality appearance and are backed by a limited lifetime warranty for the life of the original pickup truck it is installed on. Visit www.4are.com or call 330-830-7800 for additional details.
About A.R.E. Accessories
A.R.E. Accessories, a THI Corporation company, began manufacturing aluminum frame truck caps in 1969 and has become a leading manufacturer of fiberglass truck caps and hard tonneau covers for consumer and fleet/commercial use. At its ISO 9001:2008-certified manufacturing facilities, A.R.E.’s 670 employees create the products that are sold through a network of more than 675 independent authorized dealers. For more information, contact A.R.E. at 400 Nave Rd. S.E., P.O. Box 1100, Massillon, OH 44648, email contact@4are.com, call 330-830-7800 or visit www.4are.com.

Forest Management Crew Transport

I was up trail riding deep in the Oregon rain forest on a Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 when I happened upon Avel Salgado and his crew. Avel owns and operates Oregon Forest Management Services, which provides a variety of forest management services that a lot of people have never heard of.
On this particular day, the OFMS crew was working on a slash and squirt operation that precisely applies herbicide to invasive tree and brush species in a reforestation unit. His crew members were half way through a work day of using machetes to hack deep cuts in small trees and lobbing off brush so they could apply a small amount of herbicide directly to the fresh cut in the plants.
Other non-logging services provided by OFMS include tree thinning , tree planting and boomer trapping.
Salgado has several Ford trucks that he and his foremen take into Oregon’s rain forests every day. The top priority for these trucks is safely transporting crew members to the forest units (designated land areas where a particular forest industry operation is taking place).
Salgado’s trucks must be tough, reliable and capable of hauling water tanks, chainsaws and other supplies to the job site. Salgado’s fleet of Fords endure some tough conditions on logging roads, which often take them hours away from civilization. Reliability is a top priority for these trucks which see true Super Duty.

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