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Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers and Camper Shells - Steel - 7' Long - 150 lbs

Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers and Camper Shells - Steel - 7' Long - 150 lbs

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This roof rack provides an inexpensive way to haul bikes, kayaks and other cargo on your pop-up camper or truck cap. The fixed-mount, square steel crossbars accept most clamp-on carriers and accessories. And the feet attach with included hardware. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers and Camper Shells - Steel - 7' Long - 150 lbs. Read our customer reviews of Swagman ladder racks. Call 800-298-8924 for expert service or order your ladder racks part number S80510 by Swagman online at etrailer.com.
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Swagman Ladder Racks - S80510

  • Swagman
  • Camper Shell
  • Fixed Rack
  • Steel
  • Drilling Required
  • 2 Bar
  • Fixed Height
  • Light Duty

This roof rack provides an inexpensive way to haul bikes, kayaks and other cargo on your pop-up camper or truck cap. The fixed-mount, square steel crossbars accept most clamp-on carriers and accessories. And the feet attach with included hardware.


Features:

  • Versatile, inexpensive roof rack permanently mounts to your pop-up camper, truck cap or hard tonneau so you can transport gear
  • 2 Square crossbars work with most clamp-on accessories such as bike, kayak, ski and cargo carriers
    • Crossbars can be cut to fit your specific application
  • 4 Roof-rack feet bolt on with included hardware - drilling required
    • Protective rubber pads included for mounting the rack on a pop-up camper
    • Metal backing plates included for mounting the rack on a camper shell or hard tonneau cover
  • Durable steel construction with black powder coat finish resists rust, corrosion and fading


Specs:

  • Application: pop-up campers, truck camper shells and hard tonneau covers
    • Not designed for use with plastic, 1-piece trailer tops
  • Weight capacity: 150 lbs
  • Crossbar dimensions: 84-5/16" long x 1-3/16" wide x 1-3/16" tall
  • Rack height (from top of roof to top of crossbar): 5-1/4"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Approved for use on RVs, motor homes, and travel trailers

Note: To reduce stress on the camper roof, the Roamer roof rack should have a minimum crossbar spread of 30".



80510 Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers, Truck Caps and Hard Tonneaus - Fixed Mount - Steel - 7' Long

Installation Details S80510 Installation instructions



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Video Transcript for Review of Swagman Ladder Rack Pop Up Camper Rack - S80510

Today we'll be taking a look at the Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack.A lot of times whenever you're camping with a pop-up camper, that camper is now taking up valuable space that we could've had a bike rack loaded up onto our hitch. Maybe you don't want to have to get a roof rack loaded up onto your vehicle because it's too tall or whatever the case may be. This is going to utilize that otherwise unused space on top of that pop-up. So now we can load up on our bikes. We can load up a kayak, a canoe, or maybe cargo basket full of all our extra gear that won't fit inside our vehicle. It'll just make all that space usable again because we have a nice large area on top of that pop-up camper that's really not being utilized at all whenever we have it in our transform mode.

This will allow us to have usable space on top of there to take all of our accessories with us and make the most of our vacation.Now, I have one bar set up, more or less how it's going to look on your vehicle. I have it kind of skewed here just so you can see the whole length, but we have our two feet on either end. It does come in a two-piece section, so our bar does have to be connected. There's a little screw that you'll tighten down to make sure that that has a good connection. I just have it sticking up here because it does have some Loctite on there, so I don't want to ruin that for whoever gets this bar in the future.

But I have that broken out here into two pieces, so you can see both sides of that bar. There's a good 3" of overlap where the smaller section fits into the rest of the bar to get those connected. So I think it would do a great job of holding up to whatever our cargo would be.It has a weight capacity of 150 pounds. Important thing to note about that 150 pound rating though. You're really limited to how much your camper can hold or your tonneau cover or your camper shell or whatever you're mounting this up to.

You never want to exceed the weight capacity that its rated for, but the roof rack itself is rated for 150 pounds. Now, this is not designed to be used with any kind of plastic one-piece trailer tops since they just don't have the structural integrity to hold that much weight. You want to make sure that whenever you do mount this up that you find a good mounting brace in that topper, so that it gets a good grip and it'll hold all your accessories.Some other things to note with this, it does require drilling, so we do want to seal up all the holes that we drill, and again, you want to find a nice stable mounting point for that. It comes with some really good instructions that do a pretty fair job of lining out all the steps of getting everything measured, drilled out, and then the proper hardware that we'll want to use. Depending on your setup, you may need the carriage bolts, nuts, and washers that come with it, but we'll get some screws to mount down onto our roof.

We'll also get these little rubber feet that go around the foot of that ladder rack, so that'll give a little bit of extra seal to our system and help protect our roof line from any kind of scratches or abrasions there.If you're installing this onto a camper shell or a tonneau cover, it also has a backing plate to make sure that you can go all the way through. Use one of the carriage bolts that'll drop down through the foot through the rubber piece, and then down through that backing plate, and then you'll attach the lock washer and nut. So it gives you two options as far as hardware to meet the requirements to whatever you'd be mounting this up to.Now, another important question that a lot of customers have is, is this going to fit my camper How long is it How tall is it All that good stuff. So, the bar is 84-5/16" long. The usable space whenever I've measured it here and with those feet about as far out as they can go, we get about 79" of usable space on that bar. The width of each side of our bar is 1-3/16" wide, so it'll have a total perimeter of about 4-3/4". So if you have any kind of roof rack accessory that has straps, as long as that strap is at least 5 or 6" long, should be plenty to get around there. Most of those roof rack accessories will have a much longer strap than that, usually about 6 to 8" long, so should work with just about any kind of aftermarket accessory as far as that goes.The total height for the roof rack system, if we measure from the bottom of the foot to the top of this bracket, it's about 5-1/4". If we measure just from the foot to the top of the bar, it's about 4-1/4". So this little piece is 1" tall here. This bracket is about 5" wide and about 1-1/4" deep. The distance between the mounting holes center to center is about 3". So just some measurements there to give you an idea of how big this will be. As far as the clearance underneath the bar, you have about 2-1/2" between the bottom of the bar and the top of wherever you're mounting this to. So it should be enough space to get any of those accessories that have kind of that little bracket that needs to swing under and then attach with two bolts. Should work out just fine.Now, speaking of all those aftermarket accessories, bike racks, cargo carriers, kayak carriers, canoe carriers, anything like that. We have a lot of options here at etrailer.com, so many that I get flustered even listing them. So definitely check out all the options here because we have something to meet any kind of requirement that you have. Again, you just want to make sure that you're getting something that can get you all your accessories, but you don't want to get anything too heavy since you are limited on how much weight you can hold. Typically, an adult size bike is about 35 pounds. So just keep all those numbers in your head and do some math there.The other accessory that I would recommend getting with this would be some silicone sealant to seal up any of those holes that we've drilled. We have a couple options. If you need a white-colored silicone sealant, that part number here at etrailer.com would be 0160297. If you need black silicone sealant, that would be 0160299.This is going to be very similar to the SportRack Camper Ladder Rack System or Roof Rack System. The advantage that I like about the Swagman one though is that the bracket foot is flat, and the Sports Rack one actually has a little right angle bend to it, so you have to mount that to a square corner. It won't fit on anything that's angled out or curved. It's just not designed to mount up to that. So this is a little bit more universal and it's still just as sturdy. The SportRack has a slightly higher weight capacity of 200 pounds, but if your camper or your camper shell doesn't allow you to carry that much weight anyway, then it doesn't really do you any good. So, something to keep in mind there. That's also available here at etrailer.com if you also want to check out that option, but I think that this is going to do a great job of carrying all our accessories, so we can enjoy our excursion with all of our stuff. That's going to do it for our look at the Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack.


Customer Reviews

Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers and Camper Shells - Steel - 7' Long - 150 lbs - S80510

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (44 Customer Reviews)

This roof rack provides an inexpensive way to haul bikes, kayaks and other cargo on your pop-up camper or truck cap. The fixed-mount, square steel crossbars accept most clamp-on carriers and accessories. And the feet attach with included hardware.

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Exactly what I expected. Install took a little bit of figuring out, but relatively easy. Installed on a 2003 Coleman Taos. 419904



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Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack is being used on my camper shell. Rack was not a problem to install and appears to more than strong enough to carry my 85 lb. kayak. Very well manufactured rack. 538890



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I have the racks installed as shown in the picture with a piece of ladder between them. Use it to haul the kayak on the popup. The racks are of good quality and the supports are very strong. 277824



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I just finished attaching the mount to the camper shell on my truck. I shopped for a while and had difficulty finding a rack that didn't attach to either pre-existing rails or a rain channel. I plan to carry 2 kayaks on the roof and this worked perfectly. The build quality was solid, the installation straightfoward. I couldn't be more pleased. The racks arrived promptly as promised, in time for our camping trip. 376250


Comments
Its been a great rack, and worked perfectly. Glad to have given a good review.
DanielE - 05/05/2018

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Easy to install and included different options for installation. Make sure you know what kind of camper cover you have before putting in that first hole though. If there is not an internal support, it's time for plan B. 102349



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Well built, good design and looks very nice.. Worked perfectly for securing them to the hard toneau cover on my avalanche so I could mount my cargo carrier to them.. Thanks 595128



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I'm not mechanically inclined so I got help to have the roof rack attached. He even added the additional bars so I could strap my bags to them. It worked perfectly! I drove from LA, CA to Travis (Bakersfield), CA and back with no problems. 305569



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The bars/towers themselves are of good quality. They are very stout and sturdy. The powder coating seems to be of good quality. My only issue was the the instructions. I mounted the crossbars to a Fleetwood Cobalt. The curve on the outer edge of the roof is so extreme that the towers need to be placed so far out that they actually hang over the side of the roof. The directions state they be no more than a 1/2" inboard of the edge of the roof. In my opinion it's closer to 1/4". The first whole I drilled there was nothing under the skin of the trailer but air. I made it work, but if I ever do it over again I will use the long bolts that go all the way through the trailer roof and are secured on the underside with plates. I'm happy with this purchase and it's a great product, just know the fit and placement of the towers will need to be as far to the outer edge as you can get. 232290


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Looks as good as the day I bought it. The crossbars are two piece and do sag slightly in the middle. Not enough to matter though and Im still happy with the product.
Clint D - 11/18/2016

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Very solid product, well powder coated, with a variety of fasteners to suit many different applications. This product was well priced with very fast ad free shipping. The 15 ft. canoe fit perfectly on the rack. Great product. 135118



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Hi, I have installed my Swagman Roamer Lt Camper Shell Roof Rack on my Cargo Trailer. Good quality product. Thank you. 498412



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Great service, even better price. Have some friends who paid $500 for the equivalent racks for their similar camper. Had to get creative on the installation because of the way the pop-up top opens but think I have mine more securely fastened than how my friend's dealer did theirs. 538873



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Bought this rack to install on our Coleman Taos. Install was easy, rack feels very solid. We can fit four bikes on it or 2 bikes and our canoe. Took our first trip with it, had the kids bikes and canoe on the rack, carried them without any problems 85003


Comments
Peter I if youre out there,I also have a Taos and bought this rack. The Taos has that large radius on the edges that keeps the screws for the feet of the rack back in quite a ways from the edge, like 1.5. Did you find that you could screw those feet down and catch solid material? In that case the screws probably poke through on the inside, right? I guess it would also be possible to go all the way through and use the back up plates and long bolts that they send for use on truck covers, but I wanted to do some research before drilling holes. Thanks,Eddie
-- comment by: Eddie - 09/30/2013

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Eddie, I was able to drill through the L-channel that runs along the interior of the camper where the ceiling meets the wall for the screws to bite into. I used a stud finder to make sure I was over the channel.
-- comment by: Peter I - 10/03/2013

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Thanks for the update. Great info! Should be useful for other pop-ups as well.

-- Patrick B - 10/4/2013

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Peter, what kind of bike racks did you use? The cross bars look too large for the clamps on my Yakima racks they are meant for 1 diameter tube. Nice Jeep, BTW.
-- comment by: Bill Q - 06/12/2014

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Quality built, easy installation 766444



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Great price and has worked exactly as advertised. I put this on a pop-up trailer to mount 4 bikes on. Works great but I am definitely pushing the upper end of the rack weight limit with the bike racks + bikes on it. Definitely secure & bikes are stable. Slightly "jiggly" on a washboarded gravel or dirt road but I usually just slow down. 756975



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I had the carriers installed on the top of my pop-up to carry my kayak. Previously I had to have help using ratcheting straps to secure my kayak, now I can put the kayak up on the pop-up myself. It's been a lot easier, and I wish I had known about these years ago. They are well made and easy for me to use. 756177



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This product seems to be extremely well made. Very sturdy and a nice powder coat finish. Very easy to install and instructions are very good 733539



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Product heavy duty. Putting it on top of horse trailer to hold a small water tank, works great and saved a ton of money. 732446



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Our order was shipped shortly after it was placed and arrived super fast. We just got it today so have not installed it yet. Great job! 728920



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I love this rack. In the past we weould carry our bikes on a rack that sat between our vehicle and our camper. It was impossible to get anything out of the back of the SUV/truck or the camper storage area while traveling. Now our bikes sit on top of the camper, very secure, and out of the way for long trips to get to our camping location. It is also large enough to carry our kayaks as well as the bikes! 719914



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I needed to add a rack system for my utility trailer. I selected this Swagman rack based on the good etrailer description and specs, as well as reviews. They delivered quickly and were exactly as I had hoped. Super easy to install. I created different hole placements so I can quickly move the racks for different loads, and the bars can easily be removed if I need to load my ATV (I used wing nuts with lock washers for but also have regular nuts w/ lock washers). My trailer is only 5' wide (each bar is 2 pieces that slide/insert together making them 7' wide) so I cut the ends off and reinserted the rubber ends to make the bars 5 1/2' wide. Need a good metal saw or hacksaw - bars are definately not flimsy metal. 715221



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Rack was straightforward to install. Per other reviewers, make sure you're very near the edge when you drill the pilot holes. This will ensure that you catch the actual narrow wooden frame for the lag screws to hold properly. Cross bars are two-piece and will sag slightly under load. This is not unexpected given the long length to span the full width of the trailer. The plus to this is that they are lighter in weight and also appear to be well constructed. Otherwise, product works as expected. Just returned from a camping trip with my son where we hauled my 12' Porta-Bote at highway speeds up to 75 mph and up over Cameron pass to a reservoir on the other side. The rack performed beautifully with no sign of weakening or wear from the journey. Would purchase again. 688724



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Awesome rack. Installed super easy. 674370



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I ordered the Swagman ladder rack (#S80510) and mounted them on top of our pop up camper. Easy mounting, there was a slight defect in putting the bars themselves together, but not a huge issue. We hauled our kayaks on the bars last weekend, worked great. 655336



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Too heavy! 615441



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so far so good, I mounted the rack on my truck topper, haven't really loaded it up with heavy stuff yet but the sturdy materials it is made with I have no worries. 606038


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