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Stampede Offers Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Automotive Accessories

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Stampede Automotive Accessories, a brand of Lund International®, is pleased to announce that our popular sidewind deflectors, hood shields and fender flares are now available in Mossy Oak’s new Break-Up Country camo pattern. With dramatically larger limbs, leaves, bark, branches and other digitally enhanced natural elements, Break-Up Country offers a fresh, new look like no pattern that has come before it.

Designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA, Stampede automotive accessories provide both form-fitting style and practical utility. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, and featuring no-drill installation, the unmistakable look of Stampede Automotive Accessories in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country reflects your ready-for-the-outdoors style. 

Find a dealer near you at http://www.stampedeproducts.com/buy-now

ABOUT LUND INTERNATIONAL:

Lund International is a U.S. based leading designer and manufacturer of automotive accessories for passenger cars, Jeeps, and light, medium and heavy duty trucks. Offering the industry's broadest range of functional body and appearance products that provide customers with ways to protect, customize, and personalize their vehicles, Lund International products are marketed under the brand names of AMP Research, AVS, Belmor, Bushwacker, LUND, Rampage Products, Roll-N-Lock, Stampede, and Tonno Pro.

ABOUT STAMPEDE PRODUCTS:

A U.S. manufacturer of aftermarket accessories for trucks, Stampede offers a full line of rugged and value-conscious products that protect and personalize your vehicle.  Products include side window deflectors, hood shields, fender flares, bedrail caps, tonneau covers, and mud flaps.  Available in a variety of camouflage patterns and specialty finishes, Stampede Products protect your truck and transform it into what you want it to be.

Lund International is an officially licensed partner of Haas Outdoors Inc.

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