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If you have ever had to make a sudden stop, you know how heavy items and debris can slide forward to ram your rear window area – causing a real “headache” of dents and damages. Fortunately, automakers did a great job and designed a headache racks to avoid such situations.

Headache racks are not only stylish but they add functionality, they also allow you to secure ladders, lumber or long objects that would normally not fit in your truck bed. You can also improve your truck’s illumination with a headache rack. Some come with red and clear lights that can be wired to work with your brake and reverse lights.

We selected 2 different options for you, but if you want to check the whole list of headache racks we carry, click here: Truck Headache Racks | Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Powder Coated

Dee Zee® - Aluminum Louvered Cab Rack



Ranch Hand® - Heavy Duty Headache Rack



Have you ever used it and what style do you prefer?
 

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Hey guys!

If you're on the market for a headache rack, take a closer look at Ranch Hand Headache Racks. This brand is known for its rugged durability and outstanding vehicle protection their parts provide. Ranch Hand Headache Racks are made of heavy duty square tubing, installs with short or long rails and gives your truck a customized look! Find out more about Ranch Hand at CARiD.
 
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