Covercraft Truck Stop Cargo Bars Customer Reviews
37 Customer Reviews
No one’s saying you don’t have room to pack in extra groceries, a few extra sacks of fertilizer or more boxes of motor oil. The only trouble is making sure it stays put once you put the pedal to the metal. Loose freight plus motion equals slipping, sliding and spilling—unless you’re rolling with a Covercraft Truck Stop Cargo Bar.
Like a moveable barrier for the bed of your pickup or the back of your SUV or van, the Covercraft Truck Stop Cargo Bar spans the width of your cargo area. Once in place, it forms an uncrossable barrier to block boxes, bags and buckets from moving around while you drive. Plus, it adjusts between 48” and 78” in length, so you can customize the fit for your particular vehicle.
If you’re looking for cheap, flimsy plastic, Truck Stop Cargo Bars are not for you. These bad boys are built to last from sturdy steel with enough backbone to withstand bangs, bumps and bruises without busting in half. At the same time, the ends are padded for a snug mount that won’t damage your paint or trim. And, they’re backed by a 90-day warranty.
37 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charles K (PLANT CITY, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Tuesday at 8:10 PM
The Truck Stop cargo bar is great. We ordered it with the net which enhances the bar's ability to keep things in place without shifting. I would recommend the net with the bar to keep things from sliding under the bar. The bar works great and keeps groceries in place while traveling, and carrying other cargo without it sliding all over the truck bed. Highly recommend the bar. The price can't be beat either. Again thank you AutoAnything for your great service and carrying such useful product
Reviewed by Cindy B (Abbottstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 07, 2014 9:35 AM
I expected something cheap, plastic. I was pleasantly surprised. This is a sturdy metal bar, solid and strong, nothing flimsy about it. Love the fact that no tools are necessary and that the bar can be moved to accommodate different loads. The net is incredibly useful, too; it folds to be used like a bag, hooking over the bar, and holds loose stuff--which creates a "wall" that can keep other items from rolling around. I love this!