Thule TracRac SR Sliding Truck Bed Ladder Rack Base Rails Review

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Review of the Base Rails For Tracrac Sliding Ladder Racks TH21000


Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the base rails for the TracRac sliding truck bed ladder racks. These TracRac base rails are going to provide a sliding, fully adjustable solution for your TracRac, SR, or G2 ladder racks. There's a base rail kit that will be custom fit for your vehicle in both short bed and long bed applications.These rails are going to run the full length of your bed and have two separate sliding rails for maximum adjustability. Now if you jump inside the bed, you can loosen up your rails. They slide easily back and forth with just one person. As you can see here, you can adjust for shorter sized loads up on top.

With these sliding rails, we we're able to push our ladder rack all the way back easily, put on our 12 foot ladder, and now we're ready to go.What's great about being able to slide these rails all the way forward in their fully closed position, you can now put something very tall in the back of your truck without having to disassemble your rails to get it in there. These rails are going to be great for people who want to get the most out of their truck, so that way you can have the ultimate adjustability up top as well as below in your bed.This kit is going to have everything you need to install it, and it's going to be a no drill solution. It's going to go right down into your stake holes and hold it in place. To slide your ladder rack on, you simply need to remove your end screws and lift your ladder rack up into place. Align the feet with the rails and slide it forward.Now if you slid your ladder rack onto the rails, make sure you put your safety bolts back into place.

This will prevent your ladder rack from sliding off the back of your truck. The rails are constructed of an anodized aluminum that's going to be rust and corrosion resistant and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. When compared to other base rails, this system has two separate rails, which allows for more adjustability. As you can see here, we we're able to collapse these rails even closer together by offsetting them on the inside and outside rail.That completes our look at the base rails for the TracRac sliding truck bed ladder racks.


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