Downey Products announces Top Spin applications for 2007 Ford F-250 & F-350

April 17, 2007
2007 Ford Super Duty owners can outfit their heavy duty workhorse with a Top Spin(tm) tonneau cover from Downey Products.

2007 Ford Super Duty owners can outfit their heavy duty workhorse with a Top Spin(tm) tonneau cover from Downey Products.

The customized, top-mount rollup system uses low-profile rails, which are rounded and contoured to the shape of the pickup bed for an original equipment appearance. The rails, constructed from black anodized aluminum, are securely positioned to the bed by top-drive clamps.

"Only the Top Spin is designed to sit on top your truck bed rails - leaving the full cargo space for your gear- not your tonneau," said Robert Castle, executive vice president, sales and marketing, Global Accessories Inc.

And to ensure your gear is properly protected, the Top Spin features a tear-proof, UV-coated, tri-laminate fabric cover, which resists stretching and shrinking in extreme weather conditions.

"No cover is stronger. Even if it is cut, the cover will not tear," Castle said. The cover is fastened with a Velcro(tm) fabric system and locked into placed by a spring-loaded auto latch. The latch is easily disengaged by a pull cord on the cover's underside.

Top Spin is backed by a limited lifetime warranty from Downey Products. The cover ships fully assembled to make installation (and operation) a fast and simple one-person process.

For more information, visit or call the company toll-free at 800.736.1610. And to read about all the benefits of a Top Spin tonneau, check out "23 Reasons Why a Top Spin Tonneau" on the company's "Resources" Web page.

Downey Products, which brought pickup truck tonneau covers to mainstream America more than 25 years ago, is located in Logan, Utah. For more information, call 800.736.1610; fax 435.729.1298 or write to Downey Products at 80 W. 900 S., Logan, UT, 84323-3656.

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