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November 2015 The Shop 33 ReSTyling/AfTeRmARkeT AcceSSoRieS Jason Industries offers Rage and Hugger tonneau covers for the current year model pickups. For some applications, we can go back as far as 1999. Rage and Hugger models are targeted toward the light-duty market. Features include great styling and looks, carpet-lined interior, trimless edge, click latch system, Jason's oval twist handle and Clamp-On mounting system. Truck caps from Jason Industries include Pace, Trek, Force, Zone, Extreme, Cyber, E-1, E-2; and Work Force Series: Cab-Hi Basic, Cab-Hi Premium and Hi-Rise. Caps are offered for the current year model pickups; for some applications, we can go back as far as 1988. The Work Force Lines are engineered and built for the HD market. The others, while they can be equipped with many of the same options as the HD models, are intended for the light-duty market. With the Work Force lines the shared HD features include: Reinforced Tri-cell roof structure, with our Adaptive Interior Architecture that lends to numerous inte- rior configuration possibilities; HD Base Rail System with structural corner rein- forcements; and HD side walls built to withstand the rigors of HD use. Other features include radius rear doors with Jason's centered oval handle with lock guard, wrap-over rail design, front picture window, 12-volt LED interior light, LED third brake light, automotive basecoat/ clearcoat finish, limited lifetime warranty on painted surface and structure. Installation and mounting instructions should be on hand, along with a chart showing the various access points, so installers know where to wire the various power accessories, brake lights and lighting in general. Also, clamps, mounting tape, tailgate seal and auxiliary wiring harnesses in the supply room helps. For the most part general hand/power tools are used in the installation. Jason IndustrIes Elkhart, Indiana

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