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- Utilize your camper shell and rooftop for cargo space with a Hauler Racks Utility Cap Rack
- Custom sized for a solid fit on your pickup
- Hauler Rack only partially covers cabs on trucks with beds under 6'6".
- Hauler Rack Utility Cap Racks can hold up to 1000 lbs of freight
- Ideal for hauling ladders, lumber, piping, rebar, sheetrock, and other oversized materials
- Your Hauler Racks Utility Cap Rack is built to last from anodized aluminum—as strong as steel yet lighter in weight and nearly rust proof
- Comes with galvanized and stainless steel hardware for added rust protection
- Bolts directly to your bed rails for maximum stability—drilling required
- Made in the USA
- Includes a 1-year warranty against rust
Camper shells are ideal for keeping your cargo protected from foul weather, blistering sunlight, and 5-finger discounters. But, that security comes at a price because hard shells greatly limit your rig's ability to haul ladders, lumber, and other oversized materials. For a big boost in carrying capacity, bolt on a Hauler Racks Utility Cap Rack.
The Hauler Racks Utility Cap Rack breaks through the cargo barriers of your camper shell by creating a second level of storage space on top. With a built-in cantilever, this cap rack spans all the way from your tailgate to the front of your cab. Cap Rack only partially covers truck beds under 6'6". And, it's three powerful cross arms provide enough backbone to shoulder up to 1000 lbs of gear.
Unlike those ragged, rusty steel racks you see on jobsites, Hauler Racks Cap Racks are virtually rust proof. They're constructed from anodized aluminum with galvanized and stainless steel hardware to fight off corrosion. They're made in the USA and custom sized for a sure fit on your truck, mounting securely to your bed rails with only minor drilling. Backed by Hauler Racks' 1-year rust warranty.
- Drilling required
Hauler Racks Utility Cap Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Trevor S (CANAAN, CT) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 01, 2016 1:32 AM
I am a contractor and I don't know why I waited so long to buy this truck rack. It's heavy duty, nice looking, and reasonably priced. Installation wasn't too bad either. Taking my cap on and off was the hardest part. I've used the rack daily, and it's done everything I've needed it to. Thanks hauler racks .
Reviewed by Kevin C (MANNING, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Apr 09, 2015 7:28 AM
Great rack! Built well, very robust. Only complaint is that it needs more cross bars, only three on a 12' rack isn't enough for anything under 8'. Went together easy. Will last for years I'm sure.
Reviewed by Michael T (MASTIC BEACH, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram — Jan 12, 2015 8:11 AM
Package arrived quickly and in good order. I laid out all the pieces and went to work. I uncoupled the cap and blocked up on the bed rail with 2x4's I followed the directions with a few exceptions since I installed with the cap still on. Everything went according to plan. The hardest part was the weather stripping on the cap. I purchased 1/2" thick by 2" wide rubber weather stripping but since the gap was rather large I also installed 2" by 1/2" regular foam weather stripping and looks great !!
Reviewed by GERALD S (SAINT PETERSBURG, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — Aug 20, 2014 4:35 PM
THE OVERALL APPEARANCE AND QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT IS REALLY GOOD. THE DIFFICULTY I RAN INTO WAS THAT ALL THE INSTALLATION KIT BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS WERE NOT ALL THERE. FOR EXAMPLE, THERE WERE MISSING CARRIAGE BOLTS (BOTH 3" AND 1.75" WERE MISSING COMPLETELY FOR ONE SIDE OF THE LONG RAIL CONNECTION) AND NOT A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF HEX NUTS AND SPLIT WASHERS TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE INSTALL. BUT THE HARDEST PART WAS WHEN THE BACK BRACKET FOR THE CROSS RAIL WAS FACTORY INSTALLED BACKASSWARDS.
Reviewed by Kenneth G (AMSTERDAM, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 GMC Sierra — Feb 16, 2013 3:24 AM
some plated hardware, use stainless steel nuts and bolts and make it perfect , REAL NICE RACK!
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