August 22, 2008
The Automatic Cargo Light for pickup trucks from 4z Products is revolutionizing the pickup truck after market cargo light industry.
Not only is it a practical improvement over conventional cargo lights, but it will make you wonder why you didn't think of it and how you have lived without it.
The main disadvantage of conventional pickup box lights is they don't automatically illuminate the interior of the truck box during loading and unloading of cargo. Furthermore, traditional lights are mounted above the rear window of the cab, where their illumination shines in your eyes, not on the surface of the truck bed, and truck accessories such as tonneau covers can block the light.
4z Products has solved these annoying problems with their Automatic Cargo Light. Using the finest components and quality workmanship, their new cargo light is a snap to install with no drilling or special tools needed. They have even included an override switch for those times when your tailgate is open for extended periods of time.
The Automatic Cargo Light mounts under the bed rail near the stake hole post and is well protected. It mounts using two-sided automotive grade foam tape. The wires and switch pass through the holes behind the tailgate and under the vehicle. The switch is mounted on the side of the tailgate next to the hinge with industrial strength hook and a loop fastener.
The tailgate can still be removed and an extra hook and loop fastener is provided so you have somewhere to put the switch if the tailgate is removed.
Simply hook up the constant power and ground wires with the included connectors and enjoy seeing your cargo at night.
For more information, contact: 4z Products, LLC, PO Box 53, Mott, N.D. 58646-0053, 701-220-9467, www.4zproducts.com, Email: [email protected]
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