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.
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Erickson Over-The-Cab Truck Bed Ladder Rack Review
Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Erickson Over-The-Cab Truck Bed Ladder Rack, Part Number EM07707. The Erickson Over-The-Cab Steel Ladder Rack is going to allow you to carry long items on top, such as pipes, ladders, lumber, and other long cargo. Unlike many other ladder racks, it's going to extend well beyond the back of the cab and almost to the front windshield, giving you extra support over the front of your cab for those heavy loads. The ladder rack is also going to feature a raised side rail that's going to keep your cargo from shifting off your truck bed. Has an easy bolt-on and clamp-on installation, but keep in mind that you can also permanently mount it in the holes provided in the side rails. Now, with the universal mounting, it's going to allow you to put it on most short bed trucks. It'll fit most truck bed widths no matter what brand it is.
Erickson Over-The-Cab Truck Bed Ladder Rack Test Course
Here you see it out on our test course. First is the slalom which shows the side to side action to simulate turning corners or evasive maneuvers. Next are the alternating speed bumps which show you the twisting action such as hitting a pot hole, road debris or going over a curb. Finally we will finish with the solid speed bumps which show the up and down action to simulate a parking garage or coming out of a driveway.