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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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Headache rack

I just finished another rack, made a little different for a member on here. Maybe afterpaint he will take some pics on the truck. What do you think.



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Re: Headache rack

not sure the pic is to small

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looks good, but I really think you should think about making the legs longer...

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what do you charge for something like that?

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Price depends on what you want. I've only made three. One like in pic, he wants custom paint to match his truck and only one set of red led lights(he is adding some other lights in other two holes) and offroad light tabs. I priced this one two cheap. I think western hauler gets about $900.00

with two red led's for brake and turn and two white led's for reverse, with paint. $575.00 plus shipping.

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Nice work Coope! Thats exactly how'd I'd want mine to look. I really like the style of this one. If my truck wasn't a short bed I think I would of ordered one of these a while ago from you.
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Good work.

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Looks good, that ought to help stop a stray log!


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Re: Headache rack

I want to buy one from you eventually. I haul a lot of long pieces lumber, pipes, rebar etc... I am tired of destroying my cab at my dads benefit.

1. Do these clamp on? Bolt in or what?

2. What material do you make these out of?

3. How much weight can you put on them?

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The risers and top are made of 3/16 flat steel. The tubing up the side and on the bottom is 2x2. The cross tubing in the middle is 1 1/2 x 1 1/2. They bolt on with the two side pieces which are 2" wide 1/4 thick steel and I also put a piece of the same steel on the bottom to shoot some self tapping screw to the front of the bed if you want. I can build it anyway you want. This one weighs about 80lbs. I can also use angle iron to go down the side of the bed and the top to make it more rigid.

If your going to haul long pieces and place them on top of the rack, it would probably need to be built a little different on the sides. Probably with tubing up the sides and extending over the top of the rack a little to keep things from sliding off and would need to make the runners on the bed a lot longer to stand the weight applied to the top of the rack.

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