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Smoke Bug Shields from Trick Trucks

Keeping your truck looking nice takes a lot of work. Dirt and other debris like dead bugs are bound to end up on your truck. A good washing will take care of grime, but scratches from rocks kicked up by the car in front of you don’t come out so easily, and can take your hood from pristine to veteran status pretty quickly.

 

That’s why a smoke bug shield is such a great investment. With a smoke bug shield, you get protection for the windshield and hood of your truck, which usually bear the biggest brunt when it comes to the elements. Protecting your hood from dead bugs is especially important because, aside from looking bad, dead bug remains usually have a high acidic content, which over time can eat away at the paint on the hood. Keeping rocks from kicking up onto your hood and windshield is also important to keep your windshield from getting cracked and your hood from getting scratched up.

 

With so many benefits, there’s no reason not to get a smoke bug shield. Say goodbye to dead bugs and other debris with the addition of a smoke bug shield from Trick Trucks.

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Smoke Bug Shield Installation at Trick Trucks

If you are interested in a smoke bug shield for your truck, head to the Trick Trucks nearest you. Trick Trucks carries an extensive line of towing products and sell and install trailer hitches for every make and model vehicle, from cars and small trucks, to large pickups capable of towing boats, campers, RVs, horse trailers and heavy commercial equipment.

Trick Trucks offers full service installation of all truck parts and accessories at each of our locations throughout Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Delaware. Best of all, our work is guaranteed and all factory warranties apply.

If you are interested in purchasing one of our many Smoke Bug Shields, please contact Trick Trucks today by calling 1-866-60 TRICK or click here today! You can also check us out on Facebook and Twitter as well!

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