Rack-it 4000/4100 Series Aluminum Pipe Sport Rack
Since 1986, our goal has been to design the most high-performing, versatile Racks on the market, with a perfect-fit option for every truck owner. Our domestically made Aluminum Pipe Sport Rack is rust resistant, with proven durability even in the harsh conditions of wintery, salted roadways. You won’t have to sacrifice gas mileage with our aluminum Rack, the lighter frame enables easier on-off installation for multi-use trucks, all while maintaining the same dependable load-bearing frame drivers expect from a Rack-it. Whether you’re looking to reduce weight on your fleet or want the freedom to more easily remove your Rack for weekend trips, the Aluminum Pipe Rack checks all the boxes.
Our 4000 / 4100 Series Sport Racks are designed for recreational and DIY or light duty hauling with the strength, reliability and quality manufacturing known throughout the entire Rack-it line. Our Fully Welded one-piece design delivers maximum support while reducing install time and delivering one of the quietest rides on the market. Offering unmatched stability, take our Sport Rack down to the hardware store or out for a weekend at the lake.
We know performance is all in the details, so we’ve custom designed every Rack for Make, Model and Year-specific fitting. Whether you have a short bed or long bed – we’ve designed a Rack for you.
Fully welded one-piece Schedule 10 Aluminum pipe construction with a .120 wall creates a singular unit support behind the cab and down the bed rails, providing support for supplies and versatile lash points.
Choose the 4100 Aluminum Pipe Sport Rack for an aluminum mesh screen, adding additional protection to the cab from errant gear in the bed.
The 4000 Aluminum Pipe Sports Rack offers a more simple structure for streamlined hauling.
Choose the optional Accessory Bar for load placement on top of the bed to keep gear away from bed cargo.
For California Customers
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Black which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.