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Old 03-30-2010, 07:59 PM   #1
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Question about Tacoma racks

I've seen the over-bed/cab rack that you guys made for "TACODOC" and I really like it.

The question: Is this rack commercially available to the public? About how much $ we talking about?



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Bump, Thats what Im looking for for my truck.
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Old 04-01-2010, 05:51 AM   #3
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Sorry for the delay. I usually check this site everyday but I was out yesterday.

The rack in question was all custom. Jason could make it again I'm sure but I couldn't tell you anything on cost. When he gets in I'll get you guys some answers. It's definitely not a standard thing we do and I wasn't here when this one was built. Not impossible to do again though.
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I am a big fan as well!
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Sorry for the delay. I usually check this site everyday but I was out yesterday.

The rack in question was all custom. Jason could make it again I'm sure but I couldn't tell you anything on cost. When he gets in I'll get you guys some answers. It's definitely not a standard thing we do and I wasn't here when this one was built. Not impossible to do again though.
Thanks for the reply JC. I got a hold of "TACODOC" (aka Dave) on another forum and he loves/loved the rack.
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Sorry for the delay folks. Things are movin' and shakin' around here. We'll have a new sales guy soon. Hopefully Jason can get on here and give a more detailed response.

The rack can definitely be made again. I know Dave sold his a while back. You'd probably be looking at well over $1000 in materials and labor alone though. Just a thought.

As well, shipping this behemoth somewhere would be a nightmare for sure. It wouldn't be some parts kit with nuts and bolts and assembly instructions. Know what I mean?
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As Jeremy said we can build it but it's a custom built in house and we need the truck it's going on to build it. Cost would be in the 1000plus range.
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1k is an awful lot to spend, I might have to hold off till my disability comes through. It looks badass though.
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Sorry for the delay folks. Things are movin' and shakin' around here. We'll have a new sales guy soon. Hopefully Jason can get on here and give a more detailed response.

The rack can definitely be made again. I know Dave sold his a while back. You'd probably be looking at well over $1000 in materials and labor alone though. Just a thought.

As well, shipping this behemoth somewhere would be a nightmare for sure. It wouldn't be some parts kit with nuts and bolts and assembly instructions. Know what I mean?
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As Jeremy said we can build it but it's a custom built in house and we need the truck it's going on to build it. Cost would be in the 1000plus range.
Thanks for the responses. $1K isn't too bad for what I've hearing from the local fabricators in my neighborhood.

If I'm ever on that side of the country I'd like to stop by and see what you guys can cook up for me.
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That was a nice rack

Would have kept it but it wouldnt work with my FlipPac... Jason & crew do awesome custom stuff.
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