TracRac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack Customer Reviews
38 Customer Reviews
Tough enough to take on the jobsite with the versatility to handle all your outdoor adventures—that’s the T-Rac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack. On the weekdays, use it to haul your ladders and lumber. Come Saturday, take a trip down to the lake with your canoe or kayak. With the TracRac T-Rac, you just pick the payload and pile it on.
Your T-Rac is built for the long haul from anodized aluminum that’s finished with a rust-free dual-stage powder coat. This solid system shoulders an astounding 800 lbs of weight without so much as a flinch. And, it weighs in at a featherweight 55 lbs, making it a breeze to take on and off. Plus, the 4 included crossbar tie-downs make it fast and easy to fasten your freight. It even has 4 cleats built into the pillars for extra tie-down points.
What’s more, it installs easily onto your side rails using innovative single-axis clamp mounts—no drilling required! And, the mounts are fully padded to protect your paint. Even better, your T-Rac ladder rack works seamlessly with under-the-rail bed liners. There's even a built-in toolbox mounting kit to accommodate your toolbox. To top it off, your TracRac T-Rac Bed Rack is covered by a limited Lifetime warranty.
Our 30+ TracRac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
38 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Peter S (BELFAST, ME) — Apr 14, 2013 11:14 AM
I recently purchased a TracRac for my 2013 Chevy 2500. The rack assembled fine until it came to the installation on the truck. The reinforced panels around the stake pockets on the truck rails do not allow for proper placement of the clamps as described in the directions.I contacted TracRac, and the representative I talked to said they realized there was a problem and engineering was looking at it. She assured me that the brackets were strong enough even with the clamps closer than specified.
Reviewed by Dave L (Fort Bragg, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 08, 2013 8:07 AM
I did have difficulty installing on my 2005 Tacoma Quad cab. The standard bed liner had some square compartments up front which had to be removed to fit the hold down clamps. I don't know why this wasn't addressed.
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 Jim H (Richland, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 05, 2012 4:50 AM
These are great looking and quiet, and I'm sure they'll be up for just about any task I need them for. Installation of the endcaps was tricky, and I didn't even try to use the 3-in. machine screws that clamp the racks down (bought shorter stainless steel socket head screws for that).
Reviewed by patrick h (Millis, MA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 01, 2012 8:02 AM
Pleased with rack and seller. However it should be stated clearly that it fits under rail bedliners only( I asked before buying). My liner is OEM over rail and it had to be cut to the install rack. Still pleased though.
Reviewed by John C (Flagstaff, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 01, 2012 8:40 AM
Best thing is how cool it looks installed. Doesn't look like those beater racks you see on the contractor trucks. Clean design and tough powder coat finish. Strong. Slight wind noise at 80mph. Slight bolt hole misalignment during installation - easily overcome by starting bolts without pieces fully assembled. Strongly recommend.
Reviewed by daniel t (Holden, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 16, 2012 2:16 PM
The mounting hardware (hex bolts) sucked. Theyre cheap and strip out easy. Also the longer hex head bolts are awkward to tighten taking into consideration the plastic mold contours of the bed liner. I'm concerned they will loosen over time and have to be monitored for tightness. Poor design on these two issues. Thanks dan
Reviewed by Wayne W (Orwell, VT) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 03, 2012 8:15 AM
Excellent rack. Strong, pretty quiet, nice looking. The sliding top tie-downs are easily removable for less wind noise and chance of loosening and loss. I did have some problems with starting bolts in the installation - had to use a tap on one hole. And one cannot install a cantilever extension for roof protection with the G2 as opposed to some other TracRacs.
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Asked by Anonymous
Wednesday at 5:32 AM
2011 Toyota Tundra
My husband has a tool box mounted onto the rails of the bed. I was wondering if this system would still be able to be put on the truck bed?
Answered by Nathan S. — Wednesday at 3:16 PM
Hi, With an over-the-rail box installed, I see a fitment issue.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Sep 11, 2012 8:08 PM
2005 Toyota Tundra
If I purchase this, do I need to buy 2? or does one purchase equal a set of 2 as in picture?
Asked by Anonymous
Sep 05, 2012 7:34 AM
2012 Toyota Tacoma
What are the dimensions of the box for TracRac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack? Thanks.
Asked by shane r.
Jan 24, 2012 8:14 PM
2006 Toyota Tacoma
how long of a ladder can i carry on these with a 06 tacoma 5' bed? I typically carry a 28' and don't want it to bounce and hit my cabin roof.
Asked by ron v.
Dec 28, 2011 7:41 AM
2011 Ford Ranger
can I install a work box that rests on the rails and install the T-rac G2? Ford Ranger
Asked by David K.
Nov 02, 2010 6:32 AM
2010 Ford F-150
I have a access soft tonneau cover on my truck, is there another way to attach this rack other than clamps.
Answered by Jordan C. — Nov 02, 2010 11:02 AM
Hey David, Unfortunately, this rack won't jive with your Access tonneau cover unless you were to cut off the clamps and weld it directly to your bed rails...which I wouldn't recommend. What I can recommend, though, is the Access Adarac. This ladder rack mounts in the stake pockets, so it won't interfere with your tonneau. Check it out here: http://www.autoanything.com/truck-racks/60A5518A0A0.aspxflag Accept Answer