Topper Roof Rack
Rack sits ~2.5" from the highest point of the center line of the topper.
- 1/4" aluminum side rails
- Extruded aluminum rails
- Easy bolt together installation
- Light Textured Black Powder coat finish
- Black Oxide Stainless Steel Hardware
- Made in the USA
- Free shipping!
ESTIMATED LEAD TIME: 4-6 WEEKS
Lead times vary. Please confirm ahead of time if your order is time-sensitive.
OVERALL WEIGHT: ~40-50 LBS.
Includes all required hardware for assembly. Requires Drilling and installation of nut inserts.
A track system is highly recommended for installation. If your topper/ camper shell did not come with a track system, it is recommended that one be added. M6 mounting bolts are standard. Please specify in the order notes or email if you need M8 bolts instead.
If you select “Direct Mount”, we will supply brackets with a rubber foot and an inner plate, but cannot verify fitment angle or compatibility or suitability of various models to carry the rack.
If installing on an RSI Smart Cap, we recommend choosing a crossbar length that is shorter than what is listed for your vehicle to account for clearance of the side doors. Please reach out for assistance.
Cross bar lengths are shown for to match our cab rack widths. If you do not see your preferred cross bar length, please reach out.
Does NOT include a cab rack. This rack is only for the topper/ camper shell of the truck. If you are also interested in a cab rack, please check out our racks listed under your specific truck make and model.
Rack load rating is likely 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.