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Old 05-10-2013, 02:05 PM
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Roof cargo carrier pics

Anyone hae a roof cargo carrier on there truck? Looking for some pics to see what they look like on a new superduty, thanks!
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As in something like a Thule cargo carrier? Or more of a roof rack? If you want a pic I can stick the one for my SUV on my roof for you lol


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Lol thanks and yes along the lines of a Thule roof rack, I'm guessing I'd have to drill holds though to mount it?
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I know it's dark and not centered but I didn't wanna scratch my roof. Carried it down from the attic lol. Forgot how heavy it was.
It's a Thule Atlantis 1200xt. About 7 feet long. If you don't pull a fifth wheel I think they also make one that can mount over the bed. I feel like that would be less drag and save a couple bucks on fuel.
They don't drill in, at least mine doesn't. There are bars that go across the roof from the top of each door frame that just tighten like an Allen key.


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Old 05-10-2013, 05:22 PM
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Thanks for the pics! I'd want a rack on the roof, if I could find one that doesn't drill in ill get one then definitely
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Old 05-10-2013, 05:36 PM
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Thanks for the pics! I'd want a rack on the roof, if I could find one that doesn't drill in ill get one then definitely
Just buy a set of Thule or Yakima towers and load bars and then accessorize the rack however you want. Add on a ski box, rack, bike attachment, etc. There is no drilling required. The towers attach via the rain gutter/channel. They're easy to remove and put on.
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http://www.thule.com/fitguide/m/Defa...language=en-us
Choose cargo, go through all the steps. I think you want square tube. Then you can select the specific box


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Decided to go this way. Leer is offering this now as a factory installed option on their fiberglass tonneau cover.
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Old 05-11-2013, 04:49 AM
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Thanks for the info! I was looking on Thales site and I guess I'm gonna get the square tube load bars and thinking of getting this cargo rack
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Old 05-11-2013, 10:13 PM
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I posted pics of my Yakima rack a while back.. if u search for roof racks you should be able to find it.


actually.. here it is.. Yakima roof rack installed
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