I recently completed my ALL-Pro bedrack install and MODIFIED it w/ Anchor Trax system.
Good quality product welds are smooth fit was great and tolerances tight. Plan on someone helping you get this together and have a good dead blow hammer. As I said earlier tolerances are tight!
Rack came bare metal and I had it painted at a Line-X dealer w/ a polyeurethane black paint (very tough finish) for a hundred dollars. I got a deal because it was a new product the owner wanted to try out. Very happy with the finish!
I purchased 18ft of Anchor Trax rails w/ backing plates to install on the top rails and front / tailgate of cargo bed. This is one of the best cargo tiedown systems I have ever seen. Very versatile, strong and definately a quality product. Here is the link if anyone is interested:
The system above comes with backing plates and hardware and overall the cheapest way to get the most bang for your buck with this system.
I purchased a seperate 6ft section from e-trailer:
(FYI does not come pre-drilled with countersunk holes, backing plates or hardware. I bought a 1/2 inch countersink bit at local hardware store and Stainless hardware. I would recomend buying 1" x 1/4 thick backing plate also. In my case I did not use the backing plates for the sections mounted on the All-Pro rack and repurposed them to the front bed and tailgate sections.
Cant say enough good things about the actual tiedowns they are beefy and strong and super simple to install. (4) tiedowns come with the Amazon kit and I will purchase a couple more individuals from E-trailer:
I really like the functionality of having tiedowns around the entire bed it will provide numerous options for tying things down securely on the bed rack and below.
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