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Old 06-19-2012, 04:47 PM   #1
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Roof rack for access cab???

Does anyone know where I can find a OEM roof rack for my 09 Access cab? Or do they only make them for double cabs?
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Old 06-19-2012, 04:48 PM   #2
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It is only for double cabs. I'm not sure if an aftermarket company makes any for the AC.
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It is only for double cabs. I'm not sure if an aftermarket company makes any for the AC.
Lame... Thanks anyway
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get a yakima. at least i think they work for AC.
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Old 06-19-2012, 04:55 PM   #5
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find one, chop it in half, and weld it back together, smooth it out and bolt it on.
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find one, chop it in half, and weld it back together, smooth it out and bolt it on.
Well that's one way to do it!
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find one, chop it in half, and weld it back together, smooth it out and bolt it on.
No bolts under the rubber strips.
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No bolts under the rubber strips.
Would rivets do it???
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Would rivets do it???
I'm going to say no but you would have to drill your roof for rivets.
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Honestly, if you are going to drill your roof, just get the Yakima tracks with plus-nuts. It will be stronger and easier to do.

Nermalgod has done it.
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Honestly, if you are going to drill your roof, just get the Yakima tracks with plus-nuts. It will be stronger and easier to do.

Nermalgod has done it.
Thanks for the reference!
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I was wondering the same thing. Dam it.
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I was wondering the same thing. Dam it.
I guess we are probably stuck getting aftermarket...
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Because they're cool and some of us need the carrying capacity added by racks.

Disclaimer, I have a Yakima on my camper shell to carry my kayaks and bike.
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Because they're cool and some of us need the carrying capacity added by racks.

Disclaimer, I have a Yakima on my camper shell to carry my kayaks and bike.
I've looked at some of the Yakima or Thule racks but I can never figure out which ones to get. Way too many options. I might have to go into a retailer to see which one I want then order that one online.
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If I was going racks, I would look in this direction.
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If I was going racks, I would look in this direction.
Thats a little much for me. I might do something similar when my truck becomes my secondary vehicle.
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