2004 - 2012 Chevy Colorado | GMC Canyon Roof Rack PRE-ORDER
Rack sits ~2.5" from the highest point of the center line of the roof.
Available as half-cab rack for installation in-front of truck bed campers (i.e. Go Fast Camper etc). See Separate Product here: 2014-2018 Silverado Camper Roof Rack or email firstname.lastname@example.org for specific fitment
- 1/4" aluminum side rails and fairing
- Extruded aluminum rails
- Easy bolt together installation
- Sunroof tilt and sliding function works with rack*
- Fairing Edge Trim Included
- Light Textured Black Powder coat finish
- Black Oxide Stainless Steel Hardware
- Made in the USA
- Free shipping!
ESTIMATED LEAD TIME: 8-10 WEEKS For 1st Pre-Orders
Lead times vary. Sometimes orders can ship faster, but please confirm ahead of time if your order is time-sensitive.
COMPATIBILITY: 2004-2012 Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon
OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 61”x 46-1/2” (crew cab)
LOAD RATING: 200 lbs dynamic, 650+ lbs static**
OVERALL WEIGHT: ~30 LBS.
Includes all required hardware for assembly. Requires Drilling and installation of nut inserts. Professional installation recommended.
*Location of crossbar or any accessories should be verified prior to operation.
**Rack load rating is more than the roof you are attaching it to. Rack is designed to hold items like, skis, bikes, traction boards, roof top tents, spare tire, ladders, shovels etc. Static Loads are parked/ non moving loads (i.e. sleeping in a roof top tent). Dynamic Load guidelines are based on normal highway driving. Off road driving, high speeds, large bumps, off-camber forces, etc. can dramatically increase the dynamic forces applied to your rack and vehicle roof. Any loads beyond beyond the rating in your owner's manual are at your discretion. Capacity will be reduced by removing crossbars or based on their configuration or uneven loading of rack. Users are expected to exercise good judgement in loading and using the rack. Uplift forces (i.e. hauling a canoe or a directional change in force) should be avoided. Such items should be properly anchored to hood loops or other means to mitigate uplift forces.