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Adapt your truck or van to carry longer cargo with a ladder rack by DeWalt, Karrite or Thule. DeWalt ladder racks are made to handle the toughest jobs with a sturdy all-steel construction and features that make it the easiest truck bed ladder rack to use. Karrite models feature all-steel construction and are adjustable to ensure you get the perfect fit for your Vehicle. Thule ladder racks feature high-strength aluminum and an aerodynamic design to reduce wind drag. All of our ladder racks feature ease of installation and use, whether carrying a long load or removing a load bar to accommodate tall cargo. You can carry the gear you want the way you want without sacrificing the appearance of your truck or your budget.
We offer ladder rack systems for many popular truck and van manufacturers including Ford, Chevy, Nissan, and GMC. Find the right fit for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model to the left.
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Today a 2008 Ford F150 Super Crew Cab we're going to install part number TA21508-02-02. This is a tracrac SR sliding truck bed ladder rack with the over the cab extension. Now, first step to get our truck ready so we can install is to install our base rails. Base rail has a hole in it that lines up with the stake pockets that are in the truck. There are stake pockets here and there's one up towards the front here. However, on our truck there's no covers for the stake packets.
TracRac Truck Bed Ladder Rack Review
Today we're going to review part number Ta37003. This is a TracRac Pro2 Truck Bed Ladder Rack. We have our TracRac already installed on a truck to give you an idea of what it looks like. Now we have our rack spaced out as far as possible, but you can move it together or as far as needed as long as you maintain the minimum spacing required for the clamps. As you can see, the rack only clamps into place. There's no drilling required. Also, the kit comes with an additional clamp if you want to use it for a toolbox mount. Basically, if you want to add a toolbox on top of the clamps, you would put this in place, open the additional clamp.
TracRac Pro2 Truck Bed Ladder Rack Installation - 2013 Ford F-250
Today on a 2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty, we're going to install part number TA37003. This is a TracRac Pro 2 Truck Bed Ladder Rack Systemn for Super Duty pick-ups. One thing about our TracRac here is this actually will fit for a variety of vehicles. So to start off we already have our bars put together; one good tip, really good while you put in together is actually get a measurement, from the inside edge where you going to roughly put it to the other side edge. Put that on the garage or floor, and then build it up to that measurement then you can go ahead and put it on your truck. With that out of the way, let's go ahead and put our pads on in the place. For these they may go underneath for TracRac. What I'm doing is I am actually putting on the edge of the pad right up to the edge of the rail here. We found out that on testing in that we have to scoot it back enough to get enough room for our clamps. So let's have a certain amount of space. So let's put one on each side. Let us go ahead put our first TracRac in to place. We got to passenger side sitting in the place. Well just squeeze the driver's side in just a little bit. Make sure it's square with the truck. Now and go ahead and put our clamps in the place.
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