Hendrickson All Makes readies AERO CLAD bumper for Peterbilt 367, 587 models and a Universal Tilt Mount for the International ProStar

Hendrickson All Makes readies AERO CLAD bumper for Peterbilt 367, 587 models and a Universal Tilt Mount for the International ProStar

Now available in the aftermarket from Hendrickson Bumper and Trim is the new All Makes AERO CLAD bumper for Peterbilt Model 367 and Model 587 trucks. The latest additions to the company’s AERO CLAD All Makes aftermarket bumper program, according to Hendrickson, provide an additional 2.8 in. of ground clearance compared to the factory supplied bumper on the Peterbilt Model 587, making it less susceptible to damage caused by curbs, ramps and snow drifts. With Peterbilt Model 367 bumpers in AERO CLAD, the company added, there is a 26-lb. weight savings compared to the steel OEM bumper.

The All Makes AERO CLAD bumper for International ProStar models now has a universal tilt mount option that can be retrofitted on all model year trucks. The tilt mount will convert any fixed mount bumper into a tilt mount configuration. The ProStar AERO CLAD bumper offers nearly four inches of additional ground clearance compared to the factory supplied plastic bumper and is 15 lbs lighter than the OEM bumper with a chrome overlay.

AERO CLAD offers the look and finish of chrome, is corrosion resistant and weighs less than traditional metal, the manufacturer noted.

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