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|429 Riverside Ave, Roseville, California 95678|
SCATT RECREATION SCATT RECREATION IS UNDER NEW OWNER SHIP AND IS STILL FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED. WE NOW HAVE TWO LOCATIONS ROSEVILLE AND SALINAS CALIFORNIA. WE LOOK FORWARD TO PASS ON THE TRADITION OF GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL. THANKS, SCATT OWNERSHIP With two locations to serve you, SCATT Recreation has the widest selection of camper shells in Roseville or Salinas. We also rent tent trailers and carry grilling supplies and truck grills for tailgate parties. Our Roseville office is located at 429 Riverside Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678 and our Salinas office is located at 221 Griffin Street or in Salinas, CA 93901. Feel free to contact us by phone at (916) 202-9001 or via e-mail. Let us help you find that perfect Camper Shell or Outdoor Truck Accessory! A camper shell, sometimes known as a topper or cap, is a small housing or rigid canopy used as a pickup truck accessory. The housing is usually made of fiberglass or aluminum, and is mounted atop the pickup truck's rear bed. It generally covers the entirety of the pickup truck bed, and is large enough to be used for camping purposes. Even though use for camping may have been its initial purpose, it now seems most often to be used for utility and storage purposes. Some camper shells are so large that they can overlap the top of the truck's cab. Tonneau (pronounced ta-no) in modern use describes a bed cover for a pickup truck. It can be hard or soft. Hard covers optionally hinge or fold. Its original (now archaic) use was for an open rear passenger compartment on an automobile and, by extension, a body style incorporating such a compartment. The word comes originally from French, roughly meaning cask, container, or cover. Most tonneaus were fixed in place as an optional element at purchase, but some could be removed as on the Crestmobile. Early tonneaus had a rear-facing hinged door as a rule, but single- or dual side doors were soon introduced. The first side-door tonneau was made by Peerless, but others quickly followed suit. This led to the development of the modern sedan/saloon, with Cadillac manufacturing the first production closed-body four-door car in 1910. In the post-World War II era the term has come to refer to the area behind the front seats of an open car (a convertible or roadster). The term tonneau cover is sometimes used for a hard or soft cover that encloses the well for the convertible top and/or the rear seating/storage area. The tonneau cover dates to the days of horse-drawn cargo wagons, and later to early trucks, where a tarpaulin was commonly used to protect a load from road dust or weather. Similarly, early open-bodied touring-type automobiles used tonneau covers to protect unoccupied rear seats. Quite often the word is spelled incorrectly as "tonno". A tonneau covering the rear half of bed was often used on electric trucks to reduce wind resistance and increase the range.
|Last Tour Update: Jan 14, 2010|