Victory 4x4 Bed Rack Headache Rack
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.00/5 Stars. (2 Reviews)
- CNC cut and formed from .120" steel.
- Bolt-on installation to the Victory Bed Rack (full height only).
- Proudly designed and made in the USA.
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Designed to maximize the storage space and protect the rear window from cargo. Offers customizable mounting for tools and gear. Comes coated with a 2 stage satin textured black powdercoat over durable zinc primer finish.
Choose mid-size to fit the Tacoma and Colorado, full-size for the Tundra rack.
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Q Chris Bennett • 06/16/2020, 6:45:44 PM Dose this rack fit a 2016 chevy colorado LT extended cab?. Thanks
A 06/24/2020, 5:36:22 PM Short bed only.
Q Adonis Perez • 06/28/2020, 1:50:11 AM Would this fit a 1998 Toyota Tacoma Extended Cab ?
A 07/01/2020, 10:08:43 AM We have not tested this.
Q Mikale • 07/07/2020, 7:07:12 AM Would this be able to mount onto a KB Voodoo max 18" rack for toyota tacoma short bed?
A 07/07/2020, 2:39:07 PM We haven't tested it, but likely our rack profiles are different.
Q Stephen Labrador • 09/27/2020, 7:17:48 PM Could this work possibly inside/outside of the leer canopy short bed tacoma?
A 10/01/2020, 1:40:01 PM We have not tested this.
Q Dalton • 11/16/2020, 6:08:33 PM What are the dimensions of the midsize rack and the full size rack like length and height?
A 11/23/2020, 11:48:44 AM Midsize is roughly 60 x 14.5, full-size is roughly 66 x 14.5"
5.00/5 Stars out of 2 Reviews
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Brian J Wolter (San Jose, Ca) | September 9th, 2020
Needed this to prevent kayaks and bikes from hitting the window. Given it has metal MOLLE configuration and cability to use nuts and bolt to secure is a huge plus. Solid build and easy to install. Victory strikes again.
Jeremy (Tennessee) | May 26th, 2020
I really like this product (if nothing more than how it looks on the rack). There is some difficulty in getting it to work on a Colorado however. If you look in the above picture it has four holes on the brack that holds the two main pieces together. In order for this to work on a Colorado, you have to overlap these so that only three of the holes are through holes. The rack makes no noise while driving and is very sturdy when mounted. You could mount smaller things like hatchets or maybe even a small pelican type case with no issues. Great product and really sets off the look in my opinion.