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Search Result: Trunk Organizers

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Pro-gard Introduces Ford PI Sedan Trunk Organizer

June 28, 2013
Pro-gard Products has begun offering trunk organizers for the Ford Police Interceptor sedan that nest in the spare tire well. The organizer is designed to snugly fit the contours of the spare tire well in the vehicle, according to the company.

SUV Cargo Caddy

September 1, 2008
Adamson Industries’ Cargo Caddy is an economical solution for storing equipment in the rear cargo areas of SUV public safety vehicles. It adds more storage space and organizes equipment for public safety SUV fleets. The Cargo Caddy is made with an automotive-grade, rugged plastic with structural ribs on all surfaces for rigidity and strength, and is accessed with a steel latch handle.

Vehicle Equipment Storage

May 1, 2007
Extendo Bed is a rollerized cargo platform that allows equipment to be suspended from the rear of vehicles for easy access. Rolling on steel bearings, the heavy-duty assembly provides 1,200- to 1,800-pound capacity at over 100-percent extension of the cargo bed with lock positions every 12 inches and easy one-hand operation.

Highway Products Silverback SUV Lockup Box

January 1, 2006
The new Silverback SUV lockup box from Highway Products combines a sleek, polished aluminum look with rugged, professional security. The box features 1/8-inch, marine-grade aluminum construction, a glide-out drawer that’s rated to handle up to 250 pounds, and a Hansen “T-Handle” stainless-steel lock. The silverback is designed for the safe storage of evidence, firearms, ammunition, flashlights, radios, laptop computers, raid gear, and other valuables.
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