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Old 02-26-2014, 07:01 PM   #1
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**SOS Concepts Low-Profile Bed Rack GB**

The GB on the SOS Low Profile Bed Rack ends Wednesday March 12,2014 @ Midnight(EST)


Email Eddy any questions you may have @ Sosoffroadconcepts@gmail.com

SOS Concepts Low Profile bed rack GB

First 5 racks SOLD are 10% off and after 10 racks they will be 20% off. Shipping is thru fastenal and is $120. I can NOT ship to CA, NV, MT and CO.

1st gen & 2nd gens

Just the Rack is $300

With spair tire mount on top $350

+$20 for hi-lift mounts
+$10 cleat cutouts
+$10 receiver lock mount
+$5 per light/attenna mount
+$10 for 400lb D-ring tie downs

+$15 T-slot nuts with bolts














Accepts payments thru PAYPAL @ tenganenterprises@gmail.com
Please leave what kind of rack you want and any extra goodies you would like to have along with ALL your contact info for shipping. Thanks



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I would join but I'm already sporting his 1st ever 2nd Gen bed rack over my bestop.

Get in on this!

Thanks to my man Eddy for letting me set this up. He's a great guy and i've spent a weekend with him working on my rack and he's been nothing but a standup guy. Give this man some business!
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Old 02-27-2014, 05:57 AM   #2
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I'm in. Already contacted eddy about a bed rack a couple days ago.
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Old 02-27-2014, 09:25 PM   #4
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So no shipping of any type to CO? Or just no Fastenal shipping? I'm going to need a rack for my RTT...
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Old 02-28-2014, 06:01 AM   #6
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So no shipping of any type to CO? Or just no Fastenal shipping? I'm going to need a rack for my RTT...
With fastenal shipping coming from the east only has a few trucks a month to these states stated in the OP. That being said they are slam full, and have no room. The only place that I can get them shipped to in CO is NW like by Craig
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I am mulling this one around. Do they come all welded together? And I assume bare metal
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Old 02-28-2014, 09:24 AM   #8
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They do come welded together and also bare metal.
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Does this rack prevent the use of the factory tie down rails? Can't quite tell from the pictures.
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They do come welded together and also bare metal.
What is the tubing size (looks like 1.5" but not sure) and the length and width dimensions for the top of the rack?

Also. what is the distance between the top of the bed rails to the bottom of the tubing?

Are these dimensions the same for both 1st and 2nd gen models?
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Old 02-28-2014, 11:42 AM   #12
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Does this rack prevent the use of the factory tie down rails? Can't quite tell from the pictures.

The 3 x 2 x 3/16 angle can be cut for use of the bed rails.

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What is the tubing size (looks like 1.5" but not sure) and the length and width dimensions for the top of the rack?

Also. what is the distance between the top of the bed rails to the bottom of the tubing?

Are these dimensions the same for both 1st and 2nd gen models?
The tubing is 1.75. The too of the rack is 45 x 46. From the be rail to the top is 8". And yes the they have the same surface area
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I'm in but I don't want mine shipped until the first week of May. I will be out of the country until then. If he can make that work then I'm in.
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The 3 x 2 x 3/16 angle can be cut for use of the bed rails.



The tubing is 1.75. The too of the rack is 45 x 46. From the be rail to the top is 8". And yes the they have the same surface area
Thanks.

Will you be offering a rack made of 1.5" tubing size to fit RTT mounting systems? At least for the CVT tents, the default brackets work with tubing up to 1.5" in diameter.

Maybe there is a workaround for this bracket size.
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Old 02-28-2014, 12:26 PM   #15
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I'm in but I don't want mine shipped until the first week of May. I will be out of the country until then. If he can make that work then I'm in.
Thats fine with me.

After I get 5 orders Ill send you guys Invoices thru paypal

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With fastenal shipping coming from the east only has a few trucks a month to these states stated in the OP. That being said they are slam full, and have no room. The only place that I can get them shipped to in CO is NW like by Craig
I'm in Avon, so Craig isn't too bad. Lots of fun stuff up there to tie into a day trip. I'll give this some serious thought...
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The 3 x 2 x 3/16 angle can be cut for use of the bed rails.
Thanks, is this something you would be willing to do?

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Thanks.

Will you be offering a rack made of 1.5" tubing size to fit RTT mounting systems? At least for the CVT tents, the default brackets work with tubing up to 1.5" in diameter.

Maybe there is a workaround for this bracket size.
That was my next question. Whole reason for me buying a bed rack would be for an RTT.
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What is the tubing size (looks like 1.5" but not sure) and the length and width dimensions for the top of the rack?

Also. what is the distance between the top of the bed rails to the bottom of the tubing?

Are these dimensions the same for both 1st and 2nd gen models?
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Thanks, is this something you would be willing to do?


That was my next question. Whole reason for me buying a bed rack would be for an RTT.
I Cam mod them to fit your need to a certain limit.


I can not make them out of 1.5 because I get my tube in bundles at my cost. For $10 you can get bigger u-bolt clamps. can did his.
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I'm in Avon, so Craig isn't too bad. Lots of fun stuff up there to tie into a day trip. I'll give this some serious thought...
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Just let me know
I will. I'm weighing this rack against the idea of having you make me a pair of your rails with some brackets for mounting a bicycle carrier on each side.
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