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If you need to plow roads, haul dirt, work on the farm or do any of a dozen other tough jobs, Buyer Products truck parts and accessories will help you do it. They’ve been developing and manufacturing parts since 1946 for heavy-duty trucks, construction equipment, off-road vehicles, trailers and more. They don’t settle what worked well yesterday or does an okay job today — they’re always looking ahead and redesigning their products so they’ll be what you want tomorrow as well. And all Buyers Products parts are still made tough in the U.S.

The next time you need the right parts, shop at FinditParts. Buyers Products is a truck equipment industry leader in helping you do more as you drive. They make tough all-season spreaders that can be attached to pick-up trucks and ATVs alike for putting down seeds, fertilizer or road salt. Move dirt with ease using dump truck body hardware such as hinges, latches, vibrators and shovel holders. When the going gets soggy, protect your tires and wheel wells from crud with mud flaps, splash guards and fender add-ons.

Buyers Products has a fast-growing commercial truck lighting and electrical division as well. They make a variety of DOT truck and trailer lights for every corner of your vehicle along with safety lights, utility lights, alarms, rear camera systems and roadside emergency supplies. This Ohio-based company also offers pneumatics and hydraulics for lifting, truck bed toolboxes, towing hardware, wheel chocks and many other ways to do more with your truck. Go to the New Products section to see the latest parts to arrive at our warehouse!

FinditParts has the largest online selection of light-, medium- and heavy-duty truck parts, and part of the reason is because we offer so much from Buyers Products. Search through our inventory by visiting a section below or calling our expert customer service team. Orders over $100 ship free in the lower 48 U.S. states, which means you can be a Buyers person without having to sell off the backup trucks to pay for freight costs.