Haul ladders and other long cargo without the pain with the Go Industries Painted Headache Rack. The strong 1.25” 16-gauge steel tubing features vertical extensions and sun-shielding louvers. Black or white powder coating. 3-year warranty.
Shifting cargo won’t threaten your rig’s rear window with the Go Industries Round Headache Rack. Welded from 16-gauge steel tubing with louvers to keep out the sun. Accommodates sliding windows with the optional gap. Chrome or black finish. 3-year warranty.
Bolt on rugged protection with the Great Day Rugged Rack Truck Window & Cab Protector. This headache rack for trucks is crafted from super-strong, lightweight, rust-free aluminum and comes in your choice of a black or chrome powder coat finish. 2-year warranty.
Get big protection for your rig’s rear window. The Go Industries Stainless Steel Headache Rack delivers massive 2½" steel piping and angled louvers to protect your window from cargo and harsh sunlight. 3-year warranty.
Get workhorse-grade protection for your rear window with Husky Liners Contractors Rack. Built tough from rust-proof anodized aluminum with a bright-dipped finish. Vertical uprights don’t interfere with long cargo and it accommodates most tool boxes. 1-year warranty.
Keep your glass protected with the Sunshade Headache Rack. Constructed from tough, rust-proof anodized aluminum with bright-dipped finish these racks look good and get the job done. Slated louvers shade the cabin. No drill installation. 1-year warranty.
Not sure which 2007 Dodge Ram Headache Racks are right for you? We have over 59 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The overall quality of the headache rack is good. Fitment after installation is good.
The instructions were not legible at all, however and I was dissapointed with the system that I had to use to attatch the rack to the bedrail. There was no way to avoid having to run a (supplied) cheap carrage bolt through the hole in the side of the bed. When tightened, the bolt bent and has to remain at a funky angle in order to stay secure." —Dean R from Coupland, TX bought a Go Industries Painted Headache Rack for a 2007 Dodge Ram.