- Upgrade any truck with the means and muscle to haul up to 800 lbs with the TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack
- Universal design that bolts to your rails with Single Axis Clamps—no drilling, cutting or welding needed
- Constructed from T6 aluminum with a dual-stage powder coating for rust-free dependability
- Weighs just 50 lbs
- Aerodynamically shaped crossbars with a leading air foil for noise reduction
- Includes four adjustable tie-downs
- Your TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack is covered by a limited Lifetime Warranty
In the past, installing a universal truck rack meant toiling away all afternoon drilling, cutting and welding a soon-to-rust steel cage into your bed. Now, with the TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack, about an hour is all you need—barely enough time to finish one frosty brew. Your TracOne comes with Single Axis Clamps—an ingenious no-drill mounting system that clamps to your bed rails rather than bolting through them.
Beyond the simple install, your TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack boasts enough backbone to support 800 lbs of freight. Ladders, lumber, kayaks—no matter what you need to haul down to the jobsite or campsite, the TracOne can hold it. Plus, its integrated tie-downs are fully adjustable, so you can set them far apart for sheets of drywall then bring them closer for your ocean kayak.
Built to take a beating, the TracRac TracOne is constructed from T6 aluminum with a dual stage powder coating to fight off rust, corrosion and oxidation. Plus, the bullet-shaped crossbars and front air foil maximize your rack's aerodynamics while muffling noise. The icing on the truck rack cake: TracRac backs your TracOne with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by David B (BREWSTER, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Apr 07, 2016 8:06 AM
Easy to assemble, took about one hour from box to truck. Lag bolts supplied are to long for the Tacoma, replaced with SS 1.5 with blue loctight.
Reviewed by Harry H (Greenville, NC) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Sep 27, 2015 4:28 PM
Rack is easy to assemble and attach to truck, is strong and does not make noise at high speed as long as you face the tie down loops into the wind. If your existing truck box is a snug fit it will not clear the accessory mounting kit hardware which extends about an inch into the bed side of the truck rail. If you purchase a truck box install the rack first and buy a box that will fit the inside dimension of the available space.
Reviewed by Joseph M. B (Collierville, TN) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Jun 02, 2015 5:37 AM
Pro: It looks great. Assembly was not complex. Con: 1.Some of the bolts were difficult to install. The threads in the holes were not cut clean or smooth. 2. The clamps that hold it to the truck will not stay tight.
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