TracRac TracOne Truck Bed Rack Customer Reviews
14 Customer Reviews
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.
14 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by robert g (CAPE CORAL, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 09, 2013 4:31 PM
I get nothing but compliments about my tracrac. Installation was easy and the result are everything I expected. The tracrac is solid, sturdy and aesthetically pleasing. I would refer anyone to this product.
Reviewed by John S (FERNDALE, WA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Dakota — Aug 19, 2013 12:53 PM
Installing the TracOne was a bit of a hassle because the end cap bolt mounts do not line up correctly. I had to grind one of the end caps to make it fit. Also I had to re-thread one of the upright bolt mounts, remove the red sealer on the bolt and replace it with new thread sealer. It would be nice if the TracOne was 6 inches higher, as I had to construct a 2x4 spacer for securing my canoe so the bow did not hit the roof of the truck. Other than that, I like the looks and function of the Tra
Reviewed by ron m (Bancroft, WI) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tundra — Jul 12, 2012 2:25 PM
It is difficult to properly start the steel fasteners into the aluminum cross members. I got 15 of sixteen. Also in the ads, it would be useful to tell the height of the crossbar. I had to put wood on the front so that the canoe would not hit the roof of the cab. Nice unit when done however.
Reviewed by william k (las vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 08, 2012 8:03 PM
Just getting into kayaking, needed a carrier to put on my Toyota Tacoma. Didn't want a rooftop carrier, so opted for the TracOne. I got the rack in a very short time, but the mounting kit was back-ordered and took another 2-3 weeks, so I couldn't mount it on my truck. Now that I have it done, it looks great. The Tacoma mounting kit works very well. Close tolerances made it a small chore, but it will stay put with the heavy duty brackets. One concern: the rack had/has a big ding on one of the cross-members: when I called the factory (it was shipped from there) they told me I had to deal with Auto Anything because I bought it from them (pass the buck???). Not a big enough issue to get unhung about, but it does say some...
Reviewed by Timothy G (Orange, TX) Reviewed for a 1997 Chevy C/K 1500 — Jul 04, 2012 4:27 PM
TracRac is a excellent choice for most of your hauling needs. My wife and I use the rack for our kayaks. I currently have the TracRac caprack for my camper shell, and the TracRac one for when the camper is removed. The accessories offered for these racks are as durable as the racks themselves. TradRac is by far the most durable rack you can buy, and looks good as well.
Reviewed by Grady S (Ocean Isle Beach, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — Jul 04, 2012 11:46 AM
rack was well packed and directions were pretty easy to follow. took me, by myself almost 2 hours to install and adjust w/ only hand tools (no power tools which would speed things up). rack looks great, is very strong, and should last along time even in my area on the coast.
Reviewed by christopher a (Ventura, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 11, 2012 3:44 PM
Read the instructions carefully. If you are not mechanically inclined, get help from a friend who is. BE CAREFUL starting the bolts. I ended up having to break out my tap/die set for 2 of them, my suspicions are the powder coating got into the holes. DO USE LocTite Red on the bolts! The finish is excellent, when I grab each post and test it, I can "rock the bed". I have carried different loads ranging from 4 longboards(surfing) to lumber. I would definitely buy this product.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 17, 2013 10:10 AM
1998 Toyota Tacoma
i need a arrangement to fit a 98 tacoma. need to enable me to put side boards along the bed. about 20 inches high. 1/2 inch plywood removeable is prefered.that is slide in slide out.this truck has very narrow rails also not very stout . what is their out there or will i fabricate a custom set ??
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 17, 2013 11:57 AM
Hi, I think this project will require some custom fabrication.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Nov 28, 2012 4:43 PM
2009 Toyota Tacoma
what does toolbox mount mean? I am a mom buying a rack for a son. Wish rack is better for all around use, kayaks, ladders, home improvements etc...Thule or TracRac??
Asked by joseph s.
Aug 01, 2012 5:17 AM
2010 Ford Ranger
will the install interfere with the cover?
Asked by ken a.
Dec 16, 2011 7:11 AM
2005 Ford F-150
I have a 2005 step side Ford 150 and can't find a set oif ladder rack to fit. What can I do or what type of rack will work?