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Old 03-23-2011, 06:20 AM   #1
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Tracrac

does any have a tracrac system on there truck ??? if so do like it, and can you post some pics where it attaches to the bed
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:06 AM   #2
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I have one (that I purchased from a member on TW), and I like it alot.




I have a few more pics that I'll upload later.
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I forgot I had photobucket installed on my phone.
Uploading was easier & much faster than I thought.

Here are a few close up of the mounts:




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I forgot I had photobucket installed on my phone.
Uploading was easier & much faster than I thought.

Here are a few close up of the mounts:





my work browser won't let me see the pics. I'll have to wait till i go home to see it. thansk for replying though
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Old 07-09-2011, 09:57 PM   #5
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sorry to bump an old thread but does this rack use the same mount?

http://www.lowes.com/pd_117754-25338...ack&facetInfo=


does anyone know if it will fit my 2011 DC tacoma?
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Do you know if these are the standard (included) mounting clamps, or the accessory clamps. The box at Lowes says it fits the Tacoma, but doesn't mention the need for a different set of mounting clamps. That would add about $75 to the cost and may make me reconsider. Thanks.
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Do you know if these are the standard (included) mounting clamps, or the accessory clamps. The box at Lowes says it fits the Tacoma, but doesn't mention the need for a different set of mounting clamps. That would add about $75 to the cost and may make me reconsider. Thanks.

etrailer.com has the clamps for $55
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Xshark,
Just found this site and this is my first post. Looks like a great site. I just got a 11 double cab and am looking to install at tool box and trac rack. Looking at a black UWS tool box (TBS-63A-BLK) that has a width of 55" inside the bed rails. With the trac one mounts installed, do you know if there is 55" of clearance in between?
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You don't loose much width with tracrac installed, sits flush with side bed rails except for c clamps, plenty of room with my box.
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Here a pic of my rig that shows the setup, might be for sale in the near future
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Anybody use one of these to mount lights?
Like a 30" lightbar?
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Xshark,
Just found this site and this is my first post. Looks like a great site. I just got a 11 double cab and am looking to install at tool box and trac rack. Looking at a black UWS tool box (TBS-63A-BLK) that has a width of 55" inside the bed rails. With the trac one mounts installed, do you know if there is 55" of clearance in between?

On my 2011 DCLB I measured 55 1/4"
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Thanks for the info guys. Sounds like it will workout with the tracrac and the UWS box...now I just have to get the stuff ordered.
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