DZN's Bed Bugs Truck Bed Cargo Anchors
DZN's Bed Bug Anchors Stop Cargo Slides Short Cuts

DZN, Inc.
Irvine, CA, USA -- May 2002

Photo courtesy of DZN
The rubber nubs on the bottom of the Bed Bugs slot into the grooves of a bed liner.

Bed Bugs Cargo Anchors

These brightly colored little anchors slip into the grooves in your bed liner and lock in place. They use the weight of the cargo to hold their position, so the more weight you place on them, the better they hold.

Voted one of the top ten new products at SEMA 2001, Bed Bugs feature high quality, textured material to provides a strong grip on truck bed liners. The rugged plastic construction promises durability, and the easily-adaptable design will accommodate multiple cargo shapes and sizes.



Photo courtesy of DZN
The radiused shoulder on the left supports round loads; the square shoulder on the right supports boxes and other square-profiled loads.

Each Bed Bug has a radiused side to hold things like gas cylinders or other rounded items, and two square corners to fit objects with square corners. They position in the bedliner grooves, rotating in 90 degree increments and hold surprisingly well in both front to back, and right to left, directions. The constant rocking and bucking that happens on many trails can unload the weight that holds them in place, limiting their usefulness off-road. They prove their value with the first time they keep an old wrecking yard transmission from tipping over and dumping a few quarts of smelly, burned up, old gear oil all over your nice truck bed. They are just the ticket for bringing home any heavy things that you don't want to slip around in the back of your truck.

Bed Bugs work in most major bed liner brands, including Penda, Durakon, and Origanal Equipment Manufacturers (factory).

Bed Bugs are available at select retail outlets, or for more info go to Bed Bugs.


Contacts Related Links
Bed Bugs
Dept ORN
2967 Michelson Drive, #G
P.O. Box 525
Irvine, CA 92612
Phone (949) 622-6988

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