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TracRac TracONE Ladder Racks Review - 2016 Ram 1500
Today on this 2016 Ram 1500, we're going to be test fitting the Track Rack Track one, truck bed ladder rack. Part number TA272000-01. This ladder rack is made from a nice sturdy aluminium and can be adjusted to fit varying truck bed widths by loosening up these 2 bolts here and here. That will need a 7/32 hex head bit to do so. You can carry anything from ladders, to lumber, to even water sports carriers. You tie them down using these tie down points here, which can slide up and down this track rack, and the bars themselves are actually aerodynamic, so it will cut down wind noise and drag while you're driving. Now, to attach this to your truck bed it uses a clamp system, which you'll have 2 clamps per each side.
TracRac TracONE Ladder Racks Review - 2016 GMC Sierra 2500
Today on this 2016 GMC 2500, we're going to be test fitting the TracRac TracONE Truck Bed Ladder Rack, part number TA27000-01. This is a fixed height, and it has these nice aerodynamic bars, which cut down wind noise and drag. It has these little channels here, where the four tie-downs that come with it can slide up and down, and then tighten down to accommodate whatever accessory that you have on top. It is adjustable for various truck bed widths, with these bolts here and here. You loosen those up on both sides, you move them in or out to whatever you need. It does clamp to your bed rails using two clamps per foot on all of them. This means that this is a no-drill install. All you're going to need is a 7/32 Allen head bit. Let's go ahead and put the last two on, and show you how that looks.
TracRac TracONE Ladder Racks Review - 2011 Ram 3500
Today on this 2011 Dodge Ram 3500, we're going to be test-fitting the TracRac TracONE Truck Bed Ladder Rack, part number TA27000-01. This ladder rack has an 800 pound weight capacity and can carry anything from ladders to lumber to even kayaks if necessary. It has a nice aerodynamic bar design which cuts down wind noise and drag and it has a channel system on top where they included tie down points here. Can slide back and forth and tighten down to tie down your loads. It's also adjustable for varying truck bed widths by this bolt here and one on the other side and there's one on the other foot as well. To loosen those up and push them in and out as you need.
Thule Ladder Racks Review - 2016 Ram 1500
Today on this 2016 Ram 1500, we're going to be test-fitting the Thule Xsporter Pro Adjustable Height Ladder Rack, part number TH500XT. This has a weight capacity of 450 pounds and you can haul anything from ladders to lumber to even water-sport carriers. It's constructed of a nice, sturdy aluminum. It has a nice, aerodynamic shape, which will cut down on wind noise and drag and you can actually adjust it for varying truck-bed widths by loosening up these two bolts at the top here, which are going to be at all four locations. Now, to loosen these up, you're going to need a 7/32nds hex head bit. Now, the way these clamp onto the vehicle, you're going to have two clamps per side and again, you'll need a 7/32nds hex head bit to tighten those down.
Thule Ladder Racks Review - 2016 GMC Sierra 2500
Today on this 2016 GMC Sierra 2500, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Xsporter Pro Adjustable Height Truck Bed Ladder Rack. Part number TH500XT. Now this ladder rack has 450 pound weigh capacity, but it also has these nice aerodynamic cross bars on both feet that actually cut down on wind drag and noise, as well as they come with these adjustable tie down hooks here, that can be moved from one side to the other, just loosening them up and sliding them through the T slot here. It also comes with a rubber strip, to put into the T slot to also cut down the noise but also jeep out dirt and grime while you're driving. This is adjustable to fit various truck bed widths by loosening up this bolt here, and this bolt on the other side. You can push it in or out, whatever you need to do for you truck bed.
Thule Ladder Racks Review - 2011 Ram 3500
Today on our 2011 Dodge Ram 3500, we're going to be test-fitting the Thule Xsporter Pro adjustable-height truck bed ladder rack, part number TH500XT. This has a weight capacity of 450 pounds, which means you can carry your ladders, lumber, or even your kayaks if necessary. It has a nice, sleek, aerodynamic design with the bars, which cuts down wind noise and drag, as well as it has a t-slot here where these tie-downs can move back and forth to help tie down your loads. It has a rubber strip on the top as well to also cut down noise as well as keep out any dirt and grime in the t-track to make it harder to slide these back and forth. This is adjustable for varying truck bed widths by loosening up these bolts here and on the other side, and pushing it in or taking it out to whatever you need. It clamps onto your truck bed rails by two clamps that you can see here. There's going to be two per foot.
Thule Ladder Racks Review - 2011 Ford F-150
Today on this 2011 Ford F150 we're going to be test fitting the Thule Exporter Pro adjustable height truck bed ladder rack, part number TH500XT. a couple of the features about this ladder rack. It has these nice aerodynamic crossbars here which will actually cut down the wind drag and noise. It also has these adjustable load stops and tie down points for whatever accessories you may have up there. Just loosen it like so and they'll be able to move into whatever position you need. There's also a rubber strip in the T slot here where they sit which keeps out any dirt or grime while you're driving, as well as seals it up so it would also cut down the wind noise. These are attached to the truck bed by the feet here, and these 2 clamps. There's going to be 2 clamps per foot on all of them, which means this is a no drill installation, and all you're really going to need is a 7/32 Allen head bit.
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.
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