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All-Pro Expedition Series Pack Rack

Discussion in 'All-Pro Off Road' started by allpro, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. Jan 22, 2014 at 4:54 PM
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    Customize the Pack Rack to your desired height and configuration.

    As part of our ever-growing All-Pro Expedition Series product line, dubbed Apex for short, this heavy-duty bed cage system provides strong, rigid structure made from durable 1.5"x .120 domestic steel tubing to support a rooftop tent, basket, or heavy gear above the bed of the vehicle.

    The APEX Pack Rack mounts onto CNC laser-cut, full-length bed rails, gradually tapered for the exact fit of your trucks bed rails. The full-length rails disperse the load much better and help prevent collapsing on the factory trim.

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    On the 05+ Tacoma, the Pack Rack simply bolts to the bed's existing cargo tie-down system to provide an easy, non-drill installation.

    The 1995-2004 Tacoma requires drilling several mounting holes along the inner lip of the trucks's bed rails for appropriate installation.

    This PackRack ships bare metal so you can finish it to your liking.

    The PackRack is shipped in sections and can be easily assembled while keeping shipping costs down.

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    MSRP starts at $369
    visit our website for your application and pricing

    Options:
    Gear Rack (STEEL) $379
    Gear Rack (ALUMINUM) $599
    Accessory Bars $75 ea or $129 for a pair. (weld-nut inserts required)
    * these items both have tabs that allow for Rotopax can carriers and hi-lift mounts (sold separately) and so much more!
    Weld-Nut inserts $7 ea

    Currently offered for our 00-06 Tundra customers as well
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    07-14 Tundra CrewMax will be coming in October 2014
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    Several additional options to the Pack Rack are in development as well.

    Because of all the options involved we currently ask that you call in to order these.

    Visit our website for more information http://bit.ly/packrack
     
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  2. Jan 22, 2014 at 5:04 PM
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  3. Jan 22, 2014 at 5:26 PM
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  4. Jan 23, 2014 at 10:36 PM
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    Customer set up with our optional Gear Rack and Hi-Lift mounts.

    Perfect for action packers with easy access all while maintaining space in your bed.

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  5. Jan 24, 2014 at 8:17 PM
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    What's the pricing on getting one of the lower gear racks on the back half driver side and one of the rotopax mounts on the back half on the passenger side?

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  6. Jan 26, 2014 at 5:32 PM
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    If I understand you correctly, you are looking for the bar that goes across the outside of the rack, we call this the Accessory Bar. They are $75 each or $129 for the pair and we can make them with weld nut inserts or tabs for mounting a Rotopax system. This is a little different than the photo you posted of the Rotopax tabs though - ours is a bar that goes across with tabs for mounting.

    These Accessory Bars mount onto the Pack Rack but require Weld Nuts to do so, if you already have the Pack Rack with out this option you can easily install these yourself if you have a welder or take it into a shop to install.

    The Gear Rack is the platform/deck you see in the photo that goes from bedside to bedside holding action packers or any gear for easy access. These also come with Hi-Lift mounts and Rotopax-ready tabs and sell for $249
     
  7. Jan 26, 2014 at 6:12 PM
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    Oh, okay gotcha! Yeah I was just interested in what's called the accessory bar. One to mount and axe and shovel as pictured. And one to mount a set of rotopax as pictured. One on each side of the rear half of the rack.

    I don't have one yet, but was just interested in the cost and everything once the time comes to order one. Thanks for the great info!
     
  8. Jan 30, 2014 at 8:49 AM
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    The PackRack on the "Brownie Build". This is an All-Pro Offroad company build in the beginning stages of an extreme make-over! Build thread coming soon.

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    Pack Rack as shown with Options:
    * Weld Nut inserts
    * Gear Rack
    * Accessory Bars
     
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  9. Jan 30, 2014 at 9:05 AM
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    I love mine! Thanks for the mention All Pro!

    Here's another shot with the pack rack all loaded up with a custom Rotopax Mount and ARB Simpson Series III tent.

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  10. Feb 19, 2014 at 6:23 PM
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    For all the builds out there looking to keep the weight down..

    We now offer our Pack Rack in ALUMINUM!

    Perfect for the Overland / Expedition style builds!

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    Aluminum Details:
    1.5" tubing
    120 wall
    grade 50/52

    Weld together kit starting at $599.00

    We can completely weld them for $300. And truck ship them.

    As of this time there are no weld nuts available for the aluminum and all add ons will
    need to be clamped with mounts like the fourtreks.

    We are still working on the alum gear rack and that should be available in a month.

    Weight is approx. 25 pounds
     
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  11. Feb 19, 2014 at 6:36 PM
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    Woot!

    :eek::pout:

    I would love one in aluminum, but can't pay double to save a little weight.
     
  12. Feb 19, 2014 at 6:37 PM
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    25lbs! :eek:

    Still can't wait to get my steel pack rack though :D
     
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    I like it. I talked to All Pro today and I'll be ordering to pair it up with CVT group buy.
     
  14. Feb 19, 2014 at 6:43 PM
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    That's exactly what I did haha
     
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    right on brother. I'm trying to setup for a month long road trip across all the southern US states in April. Maybe???
     
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    Nice! I'm trying to plan a trip to Colorado if work permits....
     
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    How far east are you coming?
     
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    I'll add another image of a steel apex pack rack!

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    Does anyone know how high the RTTs sit above the top of the cab when mounted to a pack rack? Or what the highest point is from the ground?

    We're trying to decide between a rack pack and a lower height bed rack. It would be nice to have the RTT tucked in behind the cab for better mileage and obstacle clearance, but we really like (and want) the space under the rack pack.

    Here's the kicker - the Taco will need to stay in our garage, and I measured the entrance at 80" (DC is 70.1" stock). We'd even like to go so far as to install a lift/pulley to take the RTT off and hang it from the ceiling when we're not using it, so height is obviously a challenge here.
     
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    Hey gravedgr,

    Great question and thank you so much for thinking of us!

    The Pack Rack can actually be cut to sit low or at cab height. The weld together kit ships cab height so you have the option of lowering it to your EXACT preferred height.

    We can also weld the kit together for you (shipping is more though) if you tell us how low you want it to sit above the bed sides.

    You have some room to play with as far as the garage goes but space in the bed is very valuable so you might not want to go too low.

    We would recommend just taking the RTT off before parking the truck in the garage. The weigh a little over 100lbs so not terrible to move yourself - having a friend help of course makes it effortless.

    I hope this helped make your decision a little easier :D
     
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