Spray Control Systems Inc. Introduces Custom-Engraved Diamond-Plated Mud Flaps
Spray Control Systems Inc., manufacturer of Minimizer poly truck fenders and accessories,today announced a new “galvanized” addition to its popular Minimizer line, the diamond-plate mud flap.
The new product incorporates the familiar, raised “X” pattern commonly found on metal surfaces in heavy industrial settings and on many original truck parts. With the heft and look of metal, the new diamond-plated option enables drivers to keep the look of their trucks consistent throughtout, and gives mud flaps the high-quality, rugged appeal in demand today.
The new mud flaps are Minimizer tough and virtually indestructible. Made of the same lightweight durable polythylene material that makes Minimizer unique, the new products will stay in shape and looking good for years.
As with all Minimizer mud flaps, the diamond-plated line can be customized at no additional cost. Customers can choose their own symbol, logo, name or word, which is etched into each diamond-plated flap. While traditional screen-print or embossed flaps fade over time, the etched designs on Minimizer mud flaps maintain their color and vibrancy indefinitely.
“Drivers have a wide variety of tastes when it comes to the look of their trucks,” said Craig Kruckeberg, President and CEO of Spray Control Systems. “With our diamond-plated option for Minimizer mud-flaps, we”re offering yet another choice- while still providing the same high level of quality and toughness.
About Spray Control Systems
Spray Control Systems Inc. manufacturers poly truck fenders, poly toolboxes, super flaps, customized mud flaps, dura scrapers and bracket kits. Founded in 1983, Spray Control Systems is a second-generation family-run organization. It aims to provide products tough enough to please tough people in a tough industry. Headquartered in Blooming Prairie, Minn., Spray Control Systems can be reached at (800) 248-3855 and on the web at www.minimizer.com.
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