Kargo Master Pro II Van Rack
- 2” round tubing
- 1,700 lb. capacity
- Roller rear crossbar
- Includes 4 cross bars
- Yellow zinc plating and coated black for superior corrosion protection
- Lifetime warranty
- Made in the USA - Rancho Cordova, California
For big jobs you just can't beat the Kargo Master Pro II Van Racks. Constructed of the same high quality materials as the Pro II truck bed racks, these van racks feature a superior design that allows them to carry up to 1,700 lbs. of cargo. These heavy duty racks are constructed from 2" round steel tubing that's stronger, looks cleaner, and is more aerodynamic than square tubing cargo racks.
The Pro II Van Rack fits both standard and extended box vans. The heavy duty mounts clamp securely to your van's rain gutter system. All racks include 4 cross bars to help distribute the even the most awkward loads. All Kargo Master racks are treated with a yellow zinc plating that seals the metal before being finished with a marine grade powder coat finish that will not fade or dull. All Pro II Van Ladder Racks are backed by a lifetime warranty and are available in a black finish.
Please Note: Before taking delivery on a Common Carrier (Truck Freight) shipment, please thoroughly inspect for shipping damage prior to signing for the shipment. If anything appears to have been damaged during transit, we suggest you refuse shipment. After you sign for truck freight shipment it is very difficult to file a ship damage claim and attain reimbursement.View Available Part Numbers For This Product Line
This product offers an easy, at home installation. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please see the installation manual below. You may also call us toll free at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
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Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.3|
|Price / Value||4.5|
|12 Customer Reviews|
|Took for ever to deliver.|
|Appearance- Great just like the others I have.|
Ease of Installation - it only took two of my shop monkeys to install.
Price / Value - That is the best part: by far. RealTruck has the best pricing to date.
Quality - Kargo products are top notch, we have been using them for years on our other services trucks and vans.
The funny thing is that the very first time I used RealTruck for the order and, order TWO(2)Master Pro II Service Van Ladder Rack Assembly for two (2) new vans, the manufacture only sent one (1)assemble. The conformation was for Two (2) van racks, RealTruck did take care of it and in about four (4) days the second one show up.
And yes the monkeys in the warehouse installed it as well.
|I bought the rack specifically for the rear roller bar. I've bounced stock so many times of the rear cyclops light and trim I'm amazed I haven't broken it yet, so this will do the trick.|
I build most of the rack in my basement on a flat surface so everything would be nice and flush. I would recommend that you use masking tape when you put the sections together so the sealer ( when it oozes out) doesn't get all over the place.
The only thing I wish is if it had more rings or hooks to connect my ratchet straps. My old bars had hooks. I'll either modify the ends of the strap sets or weld on some loops for the "s" hooks on the strap sets. Oh, and be a big boy and stop using bungi cords to hold down your stock. Very embarrassing when you stock flies off the truck at a stop light.
|My van is the only van in my town with this rack. I can't tell you how many other contractors with vans ask about it. As a plumber I need a high quality pipe rack. With this design I don't have to worry about what length of pipe I'm hauling. I can throw 5 foot sticks of pipe or 20 foot sticks with no hassle and no worry about the weight. I also bought 4 heavy duty ratchet straps and installed on my rack. Couldn't be happier with my rack system. I'm thoroughly impressed with back support bar that helped protect the van when pulling off pipe and ladders. This feature is a must in my opinion. My only criticism has nothing to do with the rack, more on the fault of the van. Van is too high off the ground. I'm sure this is the same issue with any rack system you put on a van. I just carry around a 2 foot stepping stool to make pipe and ladder tie downs quicker. But again, that's the van's fault not the pipe rack. Other than that I'm very happy I made this purchase, other contractors stop me all the time to ask about it.|
|I bought the Kargo Master Pro II Service Van Ladder Rack for our service van. Very easy to install, but also very heavy ,we had no lift, it took 4 people to get it up there. But well worth it. Looks good, makes it much easier to get the ladders down and the price was good as well. Has a lot of room for many ladders. I'll buy another one for our next van. No complaints at all.|
|I would definitely use Realtruck.com again. The customer service rep was nice, the price was right, the rack was delivered and on my van without any problems.|
|i highly recommend REALTRUCK. We placed the order recieved confirmation and then was called to let us know the rack delivery. The driver also called within 2 hours of drop off. The rack was exactly what we were looking for. Our company will be ordeing again when we are ready to put another truck on the road. Thanks very much, Dan Charles|
|Great product, Great supplier!|
|Great Company, I would definitely use them again. My van looks great, perfect rack for the best price.|
|I recently bought the Kargo Master II Rack and would not be satisfied with any other. I put it on a 2004 Ford E-250 and use it for my contracting business. I put Rack Straps on it for easy tie-downs. The kit arrived in two large packages. After reviewing the insructions afew times I took inventory of the parts and sorted out the diffrent fasteners. I found a flat area work and assembled the rack. I had a buddy come over and help to get the rack on the van. We leaned the rack on the back side of the van. I am vertically challenged so I used a ladder on my side to carefully shift the rack forward. I positioned the 4 rack blades in the rain channel making sure that they are over or near the re-enforcement ribs located in the rear of van and behind the front seats. I used a 4x4 to prop the rack up high enough to adjust and tighten the rack to the van.I did this for the right and left sides. All this took a couple of hours. This is a solid rack it makes my job alot easier. One final note about the instructions were they seemed like they needed to be updated, as some of the assembly process was not represented in the instructions. A little common sense is all you need.|