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Buyers Products introduces window protector

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The newly designed Kabgard is for full-size pickup trucks.

| September 26, 2013

CLEVELAND, OH – Buyers Products introduces the newly designed Kabgard window protector to fit full-size pickup truck cabs.

Ideal for use on trucks that regularly carry tools and heavy equipment, Kabgard window protectors provide a barrier that protects from items rubbing on, scratching or breaking cab windows.

Available in standard mounting or cross-body tool box mounting options, Kabgard window protector supports common lighting accessories, including spot light, beacon and several models of light bars.

“The new design of Kabgard window protector allows it to be more versatile in mounting capabilities while still providing the window protection that the users need,” said Brian Smith, marketing manager at Buyers Products.

Kabgard window protector is black, powder coated for excellent rust and corrosion resistance and mounts in existing stake pockets for quick, no-drill installation.

Kabgard window protector mounting accessories available from Buyers include mounts for spot/flood lights, beacon lights, full-size light bars, traffic light bars and mini light bars. Buyers also manufactures a complete line of truck and trailer lighting accessories including LED lighting options.

For more information, visit www.buyersproducts.com or email: sales@buyersproducts.com.

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