EGR USA introduces new truck accessories for Ford F-150, Lightning pickups

EGR USA introduces new truck accessories for Ford F-150, Lightning pickups

The company released new bed covers, window visors and spoilers.

EGR USA recently announced new accessories designed to fit the 2021 and newer Ford F-150 and 2022-2023 Ford Lightning pickup. New for these models are the EGR Electric RollTrac bed cover and EGR RollTrac manual bed cover, SlimLine in-channel window visors and a paintable Cab Spoiler for the current model F-150 and Lightning.

EGR’s electric RollTrac bed cover is designed to fit both the current model F-150 and the 2022-’23 Lightning crew cab with 5-ft.-7-in. bed length. The electric RollTrac features all aluminum construction and offers a solution for storage that is easy to maintain, the company notes. The EGR RollTrac electric bed cover (SKU RT038812E) is equipped with a Smart ECU that offers variable speed management, anti-pinch technology, integrated central locking, and onboard buttons. Both the electric and manual (SKU RT038812ML) RollTrac have a 7-in.-deep canister that maximizes bed space, and a universal T-Rail for the addition of accessories such as overlanding racks and other outdoor accessories. According to EGR USEM, the electric and manual retractable RollTrac offers safe and secure storage and best-in-class water management for Ford full-size F-150 pickups.

Additionally, EGR now offers in-channel SlimLine Window Visors as a front and rear set in either a dark smoke finish or a matte black finish. The EGR SlimLine Window Visors, according to the company, promote fresh air circulation, reduce inside cab ambient temperature, and are custom molded to reduce fogging in wet weather for safer driving. UV protected, they are easy to clean and are sold with a lifetime limited warranty. The dark smoke finish, (SKU 573491), and the matte black finish option, (SKU 573495), are available now for both the current model F-150 and the 2022-2023 Lightning.

Also new for the current model F-150 and 2022-2023 Lightning is the Cab Spoiler, (SKU 983589), manufactured from OEM grade acrylic material that can be installed easily with supplied 3M double-sided tape and polyurethane glue, the company says. The spoiler can be painted to match the vehicle’s paint code for added customization. This spoiler for the 2022-2023 crew cab Lightning pickup is sold with a limited lifetime warranty.

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