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X-TEND Tracker Bar Extension

January 22, 2018 - Products

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Phillips Industries</em></p>

Phillips Industries

Phillips Industries has released its new X-TEND tracker bar extension designed to prevent scuffs and marring on the back of the cab from swinging cables.   

The X-TEND tracker bar extension extends the tracker spring kit and cables out an additional 8 inches from the tracker bar, with a total of 12 inches away from the back of the cab. This additional space keeps cables from knocking against the back of the cab, preventing surface damage.  

The X-TEND requires minimal effort to install and is available at a fraction of the cost of similar systems on the market. The nylon support bracket rests up against the back of the cab eliminating the need for installation hardware. Additionally, a soft cushion of foam gasket padding on the back of the bracket prevents damage to the cab’s surface. Both the mounting bracket and support bracket are made of non-corrosive materials, and the metal tubing and eye hook are constructed of stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance.   

The X-TEND is designed for use with tracker bars with a ¾” diameter and can be installed on tractors with a solid metal back or with windows with a metal frame down the center of the cab.  It is available at Phillips’ exclusive distributors throughout North America.   

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