TracRac G2 Sliding Truck Racks
- Sold in kits
- Base rails and rack sold individually if you switch vehicles
- Adjustable with sliding rails
- Aluminum construction
- TracRac is designed to handle loads up to 1000lbs
- Easy installation
- Optional toolbox mount kit
- Made in the USA - Fall River, MA
The TracRac G2 sliding truck rack is the only rack system that is fully adjustable due to its patented sliding system. This sliding truck rack is a durable powder coated aluminum rack capable of handling cargo loads up to 1000 lbs and it's the only truck rack certified and tested by the 3 biggest truck makers, Ford, Dodge, and GM.
TracRac makes installation super easy without any drilling. The TracRac truck rack installs in your truck beds stake pocket holes with rubber expansion plugs and the base rails actually strengthen the sidewalls of your truck bed. This truck rack is easily adjusted by sliding the overhead racks to wherever your cargo needs them to be.
TracRac has a wide assortment of accessories designed to maximize your control over your cargo. You can add the optional toolbox mount kit, which can be used to mount any aftermarket toolbox onto the TracRac base rails. The kit can also be used to mount additional accessories to the base rails to have them slide or be removed. Also available is the optional front cantilever extension. If you are using your truck to haul cargo longer than the bed of your truck, this is an accessory you want to look at. The cantilever extension mounts to the crossbars and provides an additional 32" of protection. Adding this third crossbar helps you secure your cargo and beef up the protection for the cab.
TracRac G2 Sliding Truck racks are backed by the TracRac truck rack with a lifetime warranty and they also offer a 2 year warranty on all of their accessories. Think about the flexibility this sliding rack system will provide on your next job. Take a look at our TracRac products today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the TracRac system mount?
The base rails mount into the stake pockets of your truck with rubber expansion blocks. The base rails need to be bolted to the side rail (on trucks with no stake pockets)
Overhead racks slide onto tracks of base rails.
You have a number of different racks, which one is for me?
TracRac: If you're ready for the state-of-the-art, top-of-the-line, step up to the mighty TracRac. This is also perfect for those folks enjoying a brand-spankin' new truck, or a leased vehicle, who are concerned with damaging their truck (remember no drilling or bolting with the TracRac) And the TracRac system lets you take advantage of all our cargo-carrying accessories.
T-Rac: If you don't covet the slide, and the TracRac price doesn't blow your skirt up, go for the T-Rac! It's still the 2nd best rack on the road, and retails for hundreds less. It's also damage-free and removable
TracVan: If you drive a van instead of a pickup, the TracVan is right up your alley!
What does the system include?
TracRac includes a pair of base rails, a pair of sliding overhead racks, plus 4 Crossbar Tie-downs.
T-Rac includes a pair of overhead
racks and 4 Crossbar Tie-downs.
TracVan includes 2 crossbars plus
4 Crossbar Tie-downs.
Will they have the product on hand?
In the event that a dealer has just sold out of this merchandise, he/she can speedily order some for you! (All TracStuff is shipped pronto, via UPS)
The TracRac Truck Racks & Accessories by TracRac, Inc offers an easy at home no drill installation. For additional information see the install manual below or call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
|TracRac Truck Rack Installation Instructions|
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.0|
|Price / Value||3.8|
|5 Customer Reviews|
|It seems to be the best looking truck rack on the market. The only problem I encountered was the slider has a slight bow in it. It seem that weld heat created the bend which makes its ability to slide a little difficult. Lucky it was only one that was warped, so I put it on the front which I'll rarely slide|
|So far so good. Installed on '13 Ford F-150 and it's handled the loads I've put on it so far. I love the versatility of the sliding racks and it looks cool. Wasn't too bad to install and I appreciate the no-drilling attachment. Need to purchase the extension which I kind figured I would have to in order to transport longer lengths of material.|
|it's very stable and my truck look pretty good on it my only complain is the truck is too short that the water is going into the bed, I bought the tannoe cover too that fit to the track but gap on both end is my problem. They should come up to a better water tigjt design. But overall it's better than bak folding cover with ladder rack.|
|This is a great rack system and easy to install. Real Truck was very knowledgeable and was the only company to put together a system for my new 2010 Nissan truck. They even called TracRac for me to verify. I take off my racks often to do non buisness stuff and they come off in minutes. These racks did not effect my utili rack system that came with the truck. Both systems now provide a great way to tie-down stuff. Steve|
|It was very easy to install.. And works great..|