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Old 08-11-2014, 01:49 PM   #741
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Any photos of the the most recent access cab rack? Preferably mounted on a truck. Thanks.

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Old 08-11-2014, 06:29 PM   #742
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Where are you guys ordering T-slot nuts from?
80/20 has them, but I figure there are other suppliers.
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Old 08-11-2014, 09:31 PM   #743
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Where are you guys ordering T-slot nuts from?
80/20 has them, but I figure there are other suppliers.
MSC Direct is a good source. Free next day shipping on most orders.
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Old 08-11-2014, 10:00 PM   #744
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MSC Direct is a good source. Free next day shipping on most orders.
Thanks. T-slot studs might be useful, too. I'll take a look at MSC and at Fastenal.
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Thanks. T-slot studs might be useful, too. I'll take a look at MSC and at Fastenal.
The distributor I use for the extrusion sells accessories. Not sure what they have but you can find them at http://www.alufabinc.com Fred and Doug are the two sales reps I have worked with and both are really helpful.
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Old 08-12-2014, 06:13 AM   #747
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Just got my rack yesterday, damn it looks great on my truck! Pictures to follow, once I get my spare tire up there.
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Old 08-13-2014, 09:13 AM   #749
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How does the CapRack sit compared to the OEM roof rack? I'd like to have a rack that I can put on my topper that will sit level with the OEM roof rack when in use.
They are going to sit pretty close to level. I sold my OEM rack before I had these aluminum racks on my truck so I haven't tested it but from what I remember the clearances are pretty close. The only concern I would have is that the OEM rack bars are somewhat curved and the caprac is flat. It will probably line up in some areas and not in others due to the curve.
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They are going to sit pretty close to level. I sold my OEM rack before I had these aluminum racks on my truck so I haven't tested it but from what I remember the clearances are pretty close. The only concern I would have is that the OEM rack bars are somewhat curved and the caprac is flat. It will probably line up in some areas and not in others due to the curve.
Thanks! I'll be grabbing one of these in the future!
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Old 08-13-2014, 11:53 AM   #751
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I saw the tundra bed rack, but is there any plans for for a tundra double cab roof rack?
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Old 08-13-2014, 12:03 PM   #752
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I saw the tundra bed rack, but is there any plans for for a tundra double cab roof rack?
I have one almost done for the 1st gen Tundras. The second gen is on the list as well. I have measurements and such, just need to mock up a design and test fit a prototype.
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Old 08-13-2014, 06:35 PM   #753
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damn these look awesome... makes me want to buy a snugtop and throw the racks on the truck and topper... UBER UTILITY!
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Old 08-14-2014, 12:20 AM   #754
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Sub'd for updates and for future purchase of my own.

Edit: I saw Sytfu510s rack today in person and fell in love with it. the light bar mount that he had on the front is that something he had you do custom? I would like something to do the same but with a curved 50" bar mounted straight to the side rails instead of the bar using the light bar mounts that come with it. kind of like this that would mount to the side rails instead of into the tracks (since they are already being used)
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Sub'd for updates and for future purchase of my own.

Edit: I saw Sytfu510s rack today in person and fell in love with it. the light bar mount that he had on the front is that something he had you do custom? I would like something to do the same but with a curved 50" bar mounted straight to the side rails instead of the bar using the light bar mounts that come with it. kind of like this that would mount to the side rails instead of into the tracks (since they are already being used)
I have had a couple people want the light bar mounted directly to the side rails. I did one for topher, you can see pics in his "Tenacious Tacoma Build" and I am working with Chux on one as well. Just need good dimensions of the light bar.
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Old 08-15-2014, 08:23 AM   #757
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I have had a couple people want the light bar mounted directly to the side rails. I did one for topher, you can see pics in his "Tenacious Tacoma Build" and I am working with Chux on one as well. Just need good dimensions of the light bar.
Ill be mounting a 42" light bar soon. I I'll post pic when I get it done
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Please do
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Couple of updates. Anyone waiting on an order they are getting close. I am waiting on some of the last rails to be cut before shipping. I appreciate the patience and will be getting them out as quickly as possible. I do have a number of standard configuration cabracs in stock as of today. If you are interested in one of those, they will ship quickly.
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