Friday, October 11, 2013

Rugby's "Rancher" Body

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Rugby's "Rancher" truck bodies are designed and built for the professional that demands durability, performance and style. The Rugby "Rancher" is built with strong black powder-coated steel or aluminum and features outside stake pockets with tie rails on the sides and rear with an optional recessed compartment with cover for gooseneck hitch and a tapered bulkhead design.

STEEL RANCHER Tapered bulkhead design with tubular side supports and horizontal upper tube Contemporary stop/turn and backup light design Powder coated 90% gloss black for a durable uniform finish

DURABILITY 12 ga. tread plate steel floor 12 ga. smooth steel rear apron with cut-out for stop, tail, turn lights 4" structural channel long rails 3" 10 ga. formed cross sills Tapered bulkhead to reduce wind resistance Bulkhead has center brake (CHMSL) light and two cargo lamps All lighting meets FMVSS–108 standards

CONVENIENCE Rear bumper offers protection and safe access to floor Recessed compartment with cover for gooseneck hitch optional Outside stake pockets with tie rail are installed on sides and rear Built in receiver hitch standard on models with 34" long rail spacing

ALUMINUM RANCHER
STYLE Tapered bulkhead design with tubular side supports and horizontal upper tube Contemporary stop/turn and backup light design

DURABILITY 1⁄8" tread plate aluminum floor 1⁄8" tread plate aluminum rear apron with cut-out for stop, tail, turn lights 7" formed J-channel long rails ¼" Aluminum cross sills (4.75" tall) interlaced with long sills Tapered bulkhead to reduce wind resistance Bulkhead has center brake (CHMSL) light and two cargo lamps

CONVENIENCE Optional recessed compartment with cover for gooseneck hitch Outside stake pockets with tie rail are installed on sides and rear Optional LED lighting 

Find out more at http://www.rugbymfg.com/rancher-bodies/rancher-bodies.html

Call Harbor Truck Bodies at 800-433-9452 and find us at http://www.htbi.net





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