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Topic by bryonbuzz posted 04-16-2014 02:43 PM 14028 views 0 times favorited 9 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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bryonbuzz

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04-16-2014 02:43 PM

Topic tags/keywords: racks drywall rack time saver money saver back saver easiest way to haul question resource

here is a tool that will save you money every time you use it a side mounted cargo rack by sidejobracks.com keep you moving . takes the hassle out of hauling material like drywall , plywood , doors and many other large building materials and tools . It also makes a great place to store and work from .



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04-19-2014 12:41 AM

Is all that weight transferred to the roof gutter? How much can it handle?

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bryonbuzz

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04-19-2014 04:26 PM

YES JOE ALL THE WEIGHT IS TRANSFERRED TO THE GUTTER . THE GUTTER IS ONE OF THE STRONGEST PARTS ON A VEHICLE THATS WHY LADDER MANUFACTURES MAKE RACKS THAT FIT ON THEM . WITH MY PRODUCT OUR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION IS DIVIDED BY 2 SO YOUR ONLY PUTTING HALF THE WEIGHT ON EACH RACK . THATS WHY WE RECOMMEND EVERYONE WHO BUYS OUR RACK SYSTEM TO CHECK OR EVEN REPLACE WORN OR RUSTED LADDER RACKS BEFORE USING OUR PRODUCT . YOU WOULD BE AMAZED AT WHAT SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS ARE HAULING ON THESE RACKS OF OURS

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04-22-2014 04:42 PM

I like the product. Do you have a fit for a Ford Explorer (2005)?

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04-22-2014 05:15 PM

first off WHAT A AMAZING TOOL CABINET WOW does it stay that neat all the time ? . Ok so if you have a set of racks on your explorer maybe . I have sold these to guys who made racks to work with mine . I suggest that you have rack bars with end stops that keep ladders and lumber from sliding off the end at least 3-4 inches high that way you can put a extension ladder up there and hook my rack to that and then you can haul drywall ,plywood doors and lumber easily and safely . I have a few guys who have small vans and SUVs who use my racks im still waiting for them to send pics. so i can see how their doing it .

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dbray45

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04-22-2014 05:25 PM

I don’t have a ladder rack but do have the factory luggage rack – don’t think it will work with that.

Many thanks on the tool cabinet -

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a1Jim

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04-27-2014 04:35 AM

Very cool idea.

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06-21-2016 11:37 AM

That’s really interesting to watch. I would appreciate the brain behind this. It will save you money every time you use it a side mounted cargo rack and very practical idea for the business trips. I guess we can apply this same idea for our trucks and make it comfortable for business rides.
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