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ADARAC Aluminum Truck Racks

March 19, 2018 - Products

<p>The model-specific ADARAC Aluminum and Aluminum Pro Series feature a sturdy, corrosion-resistant framework complemented with integrated mounting channels in the rails and crossbars for enhanced cargo versatility. <em>(Images courtesy of ACI)</em></p>

Agri-Cover, Inc.

Agri-Cover, Inc. (ACI) announced the release of ADARAC Aluminum and Aluminum Pro Series truck bed racks. Both will efficiently and effectively deliver a greater load capacity, supporting up to 500 pounds, evenly distributed. 

ADARAC Aluminum Series works with all ACCESS Roll-Up Covers. ADARAC Aluminum Pro Series works with LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold Covers, LOMAX Professional Series, and all ACCESS Roll-Up Covers.

The model-specific ADARAC Aluminum and Aluminum Pro Series feature a sturdy, corrosion-resistant framework complemented with integrated mounting channels in the rails and crossbars for enhanced cargo versatility.

Elements include:  

  • Aluminum uprights with extruded anodized aluminum crossbars and rails
  • Completely adjustable and removable uprights
  • Four included Load Dividers and anti-slip, anti-vibration rubber on top of crossbars stabilize cargo
  • Full length tie down and mounting channels incorporated into the cross bars and rails
  • Simple, no-drill installation with stake pocket inserts

Each ADARAC Aluminum and Aluminum Pro Series is manufactured in the United States with premium quality materials, advanced technology and the highest caliber of workmanship.

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