ADARAC™ ALUMINUM SERIES REVIEWS
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By John H. - MI
" Beautiful Rails and Rack. I had difficulty finding something that fit my truck with the Carbon Fiber Bed. I wanted a setup with no drilling into the truck. They said this would not fit my truck but I was able to mount it using the stake holes. Very Pleased. "
By Joel S. - PA
" I've only been using the rack and cover for three weeks. So far, there are exactly what I wanted. Both were easy to install. As a contractor I use my bed a lot. The cover rolls up and stores easily and the rails are not in the way. I would recommend getting the tie down hooks. There are not may spots to hook bungie cords and ratchet straps on the ladder racks. "
By Andrew J. - SD
" Nice packaging; easily assembled; black looks good on white pickup. Solid rack! "
By Jacob D. - WI
" Looks great on my truck, rack is great for my canoe, would recommend "
By Aaron R. - MI
" Installation was easy. Product is very stout with 3 stake pocket attachments per rail with 8' bed. The contoured uprights are also very nice. If attaching to a GMC or Chevrolet, be sure to check into the 23" height uprights instead of 25". 25" is really tall and will jeopardize 7' garage door opening clearance. 23" doesn't block rear brake light nor cargo illumination lamps yet still clears the roof. Made in USA! Will recommend to everybody. "
By Wayne S. - FL
" I love them. Very sturdy. The only thing I did different was change the mounting bolts to security bolts for the extra security. "
By Tom T. - IL
" Very nice rack. "
By George L. - OH
" Rack looks great on my truck and is very solid!!! The rack gets 5-stars, but tech support loses a star. I'd like to give some advice to anyone using this rack with a RAM 1500 DT body style. Adarac's tech support won't admit that the hardware shipped with the rack will not work with the new body style. You will need to cut the mounting plates. First: Recommendation for cutting the plastic that is part of the bed rail cap. (Adarac recommends using a utility knife, that's ridiculous). Purchase the Bull Ring router bits, you'll be happy you did. See the following video for details (4:37 discusses how the DT body style changed). I've attached a photo showing the front stake pocket and how the bed wall comes right up to the stake pocket. https://youtu.be/BkZqLuRH-wA Second: Since shipped mounting plates won't work for the front pockets, you need to trim the lower plate for it to fit. I've attached a photo showing that by bolting the (3) plates together you can use two of the plates as a guide to cut the lower plate with a hacksaw. "