A.R.E. Announces New Z Series Cap for 2007 Ford Sport Trac

A.R.E. Announces New Z Series Cap for 2007 Ford Sport Trac

A.R.E. is now offering its popular Z Series fiberglass cap for the 2007 Ford Sport Trac sport utility truck (SUT). A.R.E.'s new Z Series caps, custom-designed and manufactured for the Sport Trac XLT and Limited models, feature an ergonomically designed door handle with original equipment-quality locks and a double-sided key for easy use.

A.R.E. is now offering its popular Z Series fiberglass cap for the 2007 Ford Sport Trac sport utility truck (SUT).

"With its combination of people- and cargo-carrying capabilities, the sport utility truck has gained tremendous popularity and our latest Z Series Cap fitment is perfect for vehicle owners in this growing segment," said Bryan Baker, marketing director, A.R.E. "Whether it’s being used as a work truck, family hauler or serves the needs of an outdoor enthusiast, our Z Series Cap only increases the versatility of the Ford Sport Trac SUT."

A.R.E.’s new Z Series caps, custom-designed and manufactured for the Sport Trac XLT and Limited models, feature an ergonomically designed door handle with original equipment-quality locks and a double-sided key for easy use.

The curved rear door on the Z series matches the styling of the cap, enhancing the Sport Trac’s SUV-like look. Soft rounded curves combined with the Z Series cap’s recessed windows, doors and LED brake light come together in an overall sleek design. Side vent windows come equipped with screens.

A.R.E.’s Z Series cap can be painted to match the Ford Sport Trac’s color, or meet the customer’s specifications, through a state-of-the-art factory painting system. The cap and its painted finish are backed by a limited lifetime warranty from A.R.E. for the life of the pickup truck it is originally installed on. Visit www.4are.com for additional details.

Easy to install, the Z Series cap is designed with a mounting rail system, eliminating the need to drill holes in the bed rails. Clamp-on installation is completed with a common 9/16" wrench.

For more information, contact A.R.E. at 400 Nave Rd. S.E., P.O. Box 1100, Massillon, OH 44648; call 800-649-4ARE, or visit www.4are.com.

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