We do not believe in locking a moving load limit of the rack as there are too many variables. Any fixed figure would be kind of a vapor number. Here's how we roll: The Front Runner Slimline II Rack Tray is designed to carry heavy loads and is one of the strongest, if not THE strongest out there. Our engineers have dialed in a safe load rating at 660lbs (300kg) but it has been known to carry more. Have you seen us load 1540 lbs of water on a Front Runner Rack mounted to a Land Rover Discovery 4? Check out our YouTube channel. Note: this rack is so darn strong it can exceed the factory load rating of some vehicle's roofs. Please contact your vehicle manufacturer to check your vehicle’s specific load ratings. And always load your Front Runner Rack with evenly dispersed weight and lots of common sense!
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- What is the static and dynamic weight rating of this rack??
- (KRLB001T) I have a Ford F150 1998 model. Would this rack fit?
- (KRCS001T) If i want to raise the height of the rack more than the 180mm height of the legs provided with the kit, at least 100mm more than the original, do you have any solution?
- (KRLB002T) Will This fit 1997 Toyota Tacoma extended cab truck bed?
- What are the dimensions for this rack (KRCC006T), looking in from the tailgate. I'd like to know if it might clear a Bak Revolver X4, in order to roll the tonneau up.
- (KRDR008T)Do you have bed rack for a 2013 Ram 1500 quad cab 6'4" bed without the Ram Box?
- Is it possible to add another set of (LASS026) - Universal Load Bed Legs for more support? Do you offer these separately?
- Will this rack (KRLB002T) fit a 2004 Nissan Frontier crew cab 6 foot bed?
- I've got a 2017 Toyota Hilux. Was wondering if this rack (KRLB005T)can be fitted around and with sports bars?
- (KRTT900T) Do you have a rack kit for the long bed? I have a 6'-2" double cab Tacoma.