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    Give Your Pick Up Truck a Pick Me Up with Truck Accessories

    Your pickup truck is a source of pride on a cool late fall morning as you throw the posthole digger, fencing pliers, gloves, and a hammer in the truck bed on your way out to mend a fence. Most of all, your truck is a workhorse. Make it work effectively for you with just the right accessories.

    Here are some quick tips on how to give your truck a pick-me-up:

    • Protect your truck bed from scrapes and scratches by installing a truck bed liner.
    • Keep your tools safe while having them handy anywhere you go. Check out aluminum, steel, and truck tool boxes at Tractor Supply Co.
    • Shop truck accessories and find side step-ups or hitch steps to help you climb in regardless of height.
    • Give your truck a personal touch with a unique hitch cover.
    • Install some utility lights on the top of your truck or customize the look of your truck with a brake light strip.

    Today, there's virtually no end to the practical - and fun - accessories you can add to your truck.

     

    "Whether it's for work, play, or image, there are more than 500 unique aftermarket accessories for pickup trucks," says Dave Herrmeyer, founding publisher and editor of Trucking Times Work, Play & SUV. "Each fills a special need and is available in a variety of materials."

    Industry data put the trailer hitch as top seller. But if you combine popular spray-on bed liners, brush-on, and traditional drop-in styles, bed liners really rule.

    "If you add bed mats, there's no question that bed protection ranks highest," Herrmeyer says.

    Options are numerous, depending on how much protection you need, how important a non-skid surface is, and cost. "The drop-in style remains standard because of the price advantage," Herrmeyer says. Add a tailgate protector for many models.

    Even a non-skid surface won't keep smaller tools from sliding around, so every working pickup needs a quality toolbox.

    Most truck owners buy the standard crossover boxes, but not necessarily in the traditional aluminum tread plate design, says Julius Boyd, director of strategic accounts for Delta Consolidated Industries in Jackson, Tenn.

    "You can get toolboxes in plain white, black, or silver tread plate. Now, they're aesthetically pleasing and also very functional," Boyd says. Whether you choose the basic crossover or premium models that feature dividers and better weatherproofing, Boyd recommends doing some homework up front. You'll need to know your pickup's make, model, and year to determine all the options available.

    Some toolboxes work on rollers so you can pull them to the back of the truck; others open to the side, Herrmeyer says.

    For items you can't fit in your toolbox, cargo anchors have moved way beyond the bungee cord.

    "Some have rails that mount on the bed rail with sliding hooks to adjust for position," Herrmeyer says. "One product acts like an easily movable tailgate that can trap stuff in the front of the bed or in the back against the tailgate."

    Winches, running boards, ladder racks, ATV loading ramps, flow-through tailgates, brush guards, and tail light protectors all add to your truck's workability - and they save money and time down the road.