ARE camper shells and truck tops

 

About Truck Trim

We are a family built, family run business.

 The Truck Trim Family

The Truck Trim Family

 

David and Ann Kitchen started from a very humble position in their one car garage in 1986. At that time we mostly built diamond plate bed rail protectors for Ford and Chevy full size trucks. As time passed and business grew, we moved out of our garage into rented space that gave us a little more exposure. During that time we added bed liners and toolboxes and bug shields to our offering.

 

In 1998 we purchased the building that we currently occupy. This gave us a retail front and room to really expand our offering. We now offer a full line of truck accessories and our fabricating abilities have greatly expanded due to the addition of CNC punch, press brake and plasma capabilities.

 

We are here to help with whatever we can and we strive to make every interaction a positive one.

 

 

 

 

Call: (801) 936-0507

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