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Secure Pickup Bed Loads With New Cargo Restraint Accessories From Valley

December 15, 2006 - Press Release

Valley has the load securing accessories pickup owners need to safely transport items in their truck beds. Valley's new restraint products prevent objects from shifting and sliding, protecting the truck bed and its cargo from dents and scratches. Most importantly, all items remain securely inside the bed. Now available from Valley is an all-truck cargo net (#53490) to fit mid- and full-size pickups. The elastic nylon net stretches to accommodate taller loads and is fitted with 12 hard plastic hooks for attaching it conveniently to multiple tie-down locations. For bracing items inside the bed, Valley's Twist-n-Lock(tm) cargo bar (#53460) is an ideal solution. The all-steel restraint rod is adjustable for achieving the perfect fit inside wide or narrow truck beds. And no pickup owner should find themselves without a set of reliable bungee cords. Valley offers them a six-piece assorted pack (#53480), with two 12-inch, two 24-inch and two 36-inch 8-mm cords. They come with a handy poly storage bag. All Valley cargo restraint products store easily inside the truck cab or bed so they're always accessible. They are backed by a one-year limited warranty. Valley towing equipment can be purchased at leading automotive parts and retail stores including Blain's Farm & Fleet, Napa Auto and Tractor Supply Company locations. To find a Valley dealer in your area, visit the company online at and select the "Where to Buy" link (or call 800.344.3112).
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