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Side Mount Strong Ender Rack
Model Series: 2002-5
The Side Mount Ladder Rack ships free in the lower 48 United States!
The Side-Mount Ladder Truck Rack functions as many different types of racks for hauling items such as ladders, kayaks, canoes, pipe, or lumber.
The Strong-ender side-mounted ladder truck rack is a professional duty ladder rack that is built to last.
The Side Mount Ladder Rack mounted on a pickup truck rear view
- The "Strong-ender", Side Mount Ladder Rack is designed primarily to carry ladders. It will carry long material weighing less than 250 lbs.
- Expands in width from 18" to 30" and fits trucks with ordinary bedrails with or without stake pockets. The height of the rack is also adjustable for different model trucks.
- Multiple tie-down anchors allow ladders to be quickly secured with straps, cords or chains.
- Easy to install and remove from your pickup.
° Two heavy duty adjustable receiver tubes are mounted with bolts to the inside of your truck bed below the level of the bedrails. U.S. Rack mounting system features “fronting plate” which reinforces bedrail and greatly reduces chance of tearing truck sheet metal.
° The main components of the rack then install or remove in about 1 minute.
° Removable components each weigh less than 20lbs.
° Fits trucks with ordinary fleetside bedrails. NOTE: Will NOT fit older model Ford Supercrews (before 2004), Ford Explorer Sport-track, Chevy Avalanche, Honda Ridgeline or any truck with a plastic bed. Will not fit step-side trucks or 4-door trucks where the rear wheel wells are located directly against the front wall of the cargo box such as the 4 door Tacoma, Frontier, Colorado, and Canyon.
- Product number 2002-5. Box size is 42 x 22 x 4 inches; weight is 45 lbs.
- Fits trucks with ordinary fleetside bedrails or truck beds with track systems.
- NOTE: Will NOT fit older model Ford Supercrews (before 2004), Ford Explorer Sport-track, Chevy Avalanche, Honda Ridgeline or any truck with a plastic bed. Will not fit step-side trucks or 4-door trucks where the rear wheel wells are located directly against the front wall of the cargo box such as the 4 door Tacoma, Frontier, Colorado, and Canyon. The main portion of the rack is manufactured in the USA. However, the lower portion(Receiver) of this rack that mounts to the truck bedrail is made in China.
- Model 2005-2U fits trucks with ordinary fleetside bedrails. Model 2005-2TRA fits trucks with track systems such as the Toyota Deck Rail Track System and the Nissan Utili-track System.
The Strong-Ender adjusts in height to fit any model truck!
The Strong-ender side-mounted ladder truck rack is a professional duty ladder rack that is built to last. It fits not only conventional fleetside beds, but also bedrail track systems. It becomes a Toyota Tacoma Rack, a Tundra Truck Rack, a Nissan Frontier Ladder Rack or a Titan Truck Rack.
Strong-Ender Mounted on Toyota Tacoma with Track System
Receiver mounted in conventional fleetside bed
Close-up of Receiver of Rack mounted to track system of Tacoma
U.S. Rack™ products are warranted for a period of one year against all structural defects in materials and workmanship provided that they are assembled, installed, and used in accordance with all manufacturer’s specifications and instructions. U.S. Rack cannot warrant the powder-coating which is subject to scratching. See merchandise return policy
FREE GROUND SHIPPING in the lower 48 United States on the Side Mount/Strong Ender Ladder Rack!
For shipping to Alaska or Hawaii, please call 1-888-877-2257.
The below pricing includes both the front and back sections of the rack. Need half a rack? Call us at: 1-888-877-2257
Side Mount/Strong Ender Ladder Racks
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For our friends who will be transporting kayaks and canoes, U.S. Rack, in cooperation with Paddling.net, provides the below nationwide map of launch sites