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    (0) How to Identify and Measure Universal Lift Supports

    How to Identify and Measure Universal Lift Supports

    Universal lift supports are used on a wide variety of applications, such as:

    • Truck Caps, Toppers and Camper Shells
    • Tonneau Covers
    • Campers and RV's
    • Trailers
    • Tool Boxes
    • Marine
    • Other universal applications

    Please note that universal lift ...

    (0) How to Replace your Vehicle’s Lift Supports

    How to Replace your Vehicle’s Lift Supports

    When you lift supports fails, common tasks such as loading your trunk or checking under the hood can become a hassle or even a sately concern.  Fortunately, find and replacing your lift supports from SiraWeb.com can be quick and easy.

    Replacing Your Lift...

    (0) Finding the Correct Truck Cap Replacement Parts

    Finding the Correct Truck Cap Replacement Parts

    Looking to replace or add some parts for your truck cap? Regardless of what you call it, truck cap, topper, or camper shell, finding the correct part can be a challenge. If you are not exactly sure, then you are at the right place. Finding the best pa...

    (0) What wire harness kit do I need for my vehicle?

    Wire harnesses allow the truck cap to be removed without the need to cut any wires. When wiring a 3rd brake or a dome light to a truck, it is important to pick the correct wire harness for your vehicle.

    Below is a model chart for wire harness requirements.  This can serve as a guide when selecting ...

    (0) What Type of Tonneau Cover Should I Buy?

    Any truck, new or used, is a large investment. As a result, many truck owners want to protect their investment and minimize additional expenses. This protection can often include insurance policies, frequent cleanings, and regular maintenance visits. However, in addition to these standard types of c...

    (7) Measuring Gas Props

    measure gas prop

    As shown in the Illustration, the open or extended length is measured from one end of the eye ball socket connector to the other end of the eye ball socket connector (end to end) when the prop is completely extended.

    The closed or compressed length is measured from one end of the eye ...

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