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- Hoist your stepladder into a Hauler Racks Ladder Rack for safer transport and more bed space
- 500 lbs carrying capacity
- The perfect perch for ladders, lumber, piping, rebar and other long materials
- Hauler Racks builds your Ladder Rack from rust-free anodized aluminum with a bright dip finish
- Load-secure posts adjust 32” along the arms to hold nearly any shaped ladder
- Bolts into your rail and bed for maximum stability—drilling required
- Made in the USA
- Hauler Racks backs your Ladder Rack with a 1-year warranty against rust
Whether you're rolling with a modest 6' or a massive 8' bed, a full-size ladder just isn't going to fit. In theory, you could lean it against the tailgate and your roof, but many a ladder have launched out of pickups using this technique. The safest way to transport your steps is with a Hauler Racks Ladder Rack. Besides providing an ultra-stable platform, it also keeps your truck bed wide open for hauling gear.
Of course, you can pack more than just stepping stools on your Hauler Racks Ladder Rack. It's the ideal spot for holding piping, carpet rolls, and rebar. Don't worry about weight: Hauler Racks Ladder Racks can shoulder up to 500 lbs.
Made proudly in the USA, there's nothing weak-kneed about the construction of your Hauler Racks Ladder Rack. Heavy-duty anodized aluminum forms it backbone, delivering the strength of steel without the excess weight or rust risks. The legs mount to both your rail and the bed for greater stability, and the load-secure posts adjust up to 32". 1-year warranty against rust.
Hauler Racks Ladder Rack Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Rawel R (Ruidoso, NM) — Oct 20, 2015 6:39 AM
installed on a 84 GMC 1500-good looking rack strong but light weight. could use a couple more load securing brackets. obverall great product easy to remove when not in use.
Reviewed by Scott R (Independence, MO) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F250 — May 28, 2009 11:43 AM
This rack was a little confusing with the site. However, once it was all put together it does seem like it is put together well and will last!