truck cap

truck cap

n.
An enclosed unit usually having windows and a rear hatch, mounted in or over the bed of a pickup truck. Also called topper.
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With U.S.-based manufacturing facilities in Woodland, Calif., Elkhart, Ind., and Milton, Penn., LEER is a recognized innovator and leader in the truck cap and tonneau industry.
* Someone broke the rear window of a pickup truck cap June 7 while the vehicle was parked on the 2200 block of Randall Road.
Another benefit of using truck campers or taking the more primitive route of bivouacking beneath a truck cap is that you keep your hitch ball free for hauling a trailer.
Introduced this past summer, the product mechanically raises a pickup truck cap to a height of 6 feet off the bed of a truck.
The mount had been kept outside on a farm for six years, covered only by an old truck cap and tarpaulin, and the tube and fixtures were shabby with age.
Depending on what year it was, we would bunk in the truck cap of our old F150, pitch a tent or revel in the comparative luxury of a 21-foot RV.
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Also pictured is the Ducks Unlimited CX series truck cap. (800) 649-4273.
In the latter part of last year, noted truck cap manufacturer Leer announced it would offer a cap specially designed for sportsmen.