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TracRac T-Rac Pro2 Truck Bed Rack Part #37003 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ben M (CHESTER, MD) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Apr 08, 2015 4:47 AM
The T-Rac Pro2 is well built and designed with an eye for ease of keeping materials in place when loaded. Installation directions are well done and intuitive. The only issue I had in installation is where the directions call for 27 foot lbs of torque on the stay bolts that hold the track to the bed wall. I used a torque wrench and when torquing up to the 27 lb requirement, broke one of the aluminum pads that spreads the bolt pressure on the underside of the bed cap.
Reviewed by Thomas F (WOLFEBORO FALLS, NH) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-350 — Jan 08, 2015 1:36 PM
You have to modify your bed to fit this to the front where it should be and clamp it properly. The stake pockets are in the way. My real beef is the cantilever ext which came with bolts/lock nuts which you will not see in any video or picture of this product. I asked for buttonhead cap screws/square nuts to replace the bolts. AutoAnything was helpful, but TracRac said screw, $80 for a hdwr bag. I bought the screws/nuts from Fastenal for less than ¼ of that and I'm doing fine without TracRac.
Reviewed by Vernon J (VICTORIA, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Jul 21, 2014 8:47 PM
easy to install with the help of my boys , we went on vacation and hauled three kayaks worked great . thanks for a great product.
Reviewed by Jesse I (Redwood City, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-250 — Dec 11, 2012 8:38 AM
It's better made than the price would imply. The instructions are amazingly non-specific in recommending which shims to use, but counting pieces answers that which the instructions don't. Still, a nicely made product and a wonderful price.
Reviewed by George S (Concord, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-250 — Dec 29, 2011 7:17 PM
Looks good, installation easy enough, instructions good, Auto Anything shipped quickly, Only gripe is machining of aluminum holes and threads could be cleaner. I had to punch out some holes and use a tap to clean-up some threads.
Reviewed by james s (Novato, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Oct 04, 2011 10:56 AM
I put this rack on my new truck. I had the older version of the same thing on my old truck. I can't figure out these new ARC cleats. They seem kind of usless for securing loads. I would love it if I understood how they worked. Old racks had welded brace which makes a great place to hook your racheting tie downs. This made it a snap to secure heavy loads and it put the racheting end of the tie down in your face not at the top of the rack.
Reviewed by Marc L (Palmdale, CA) — Jun 02, 2011 12:53 PM
I am carrying a 15' Coleman canoe and recently went on a trip to the Eastern Sierras and it was very windy the whole way and the rack held up well. Installation was pretty straight forward except the instructions to install the toolbox which were not clear. I didn't realize that installing the toolbox made the front rack pretty much a permanent part of the truck (the back rack comes off pretty easy) since it would be too difficult to take on/off for every trip.
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