Chevy & GM Van Roof Rack | Chevy Express & GM Savana (03+)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.00/5 Stars. (1 Review)
- CNC cut and formed from 3/16" aluminum (steel mounting brackets) with extruded aluminum rails
- Easy bolt together installation
- No drilling required
- Milled T-nut access points
- Fairing Edge Trim Included
- Hardware Included
- Made in the USA
- Free shipping!
- This roof rack system allows for mounting almost anything, freeing up valuable cargo space for other trip essentials. Comes coated with a 2 stage satin textured black powdercoat over durable zinc primer finish.
We recommend using paint protection film under the front and rear fairings, where they contact the vehicle. This will prevent dirt and debris from scratching the paint over time.
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Q Dustin • 02/18/2021, 2:06:34 PM First off I love the way your products look. I was wondering if you sell the mounting brackets for the rack separately?
A 02/22/2021, 1:48:55 PM Thank you! We do not sell them separately.
Q Ritchie Lew • 03/08/2021, 6:33:23 AM Can you walk on the roof rack?
A 03/08/2021, 1:18:58 PM Yes, although the individual bars do flex. If you wanted to frequently walk on it, adding a floor of some sort would spread the load better.
Q Pierre B • 03/25/2021, 1:23:37 PM Do you happen to know if this roof rack will fit Chevy G-series vans? Particularly a 1994 Chevy G30. Thank you
A 04/02/2021, 1:59:34 PM We have not tested fitment on that model.
Q Justin Wise • 04/25/2021, 2:14:10 PM what is the wight limit while driving ? I have a Smitty built overlander xl it weighs 143lbs. Also will this mount to a 2001 express van ? its a lot of money just want to make sure thanks.
A 04/28/2021, 5:26:15 PM That tent is fine, from our current research the roof on your '01 is the same as the '03+, so it also should work great.
Q Drew • 04/27/2021, 4:53:19 PM Can you not install certain crossbars in order to leave space for a roof vent?
A 04/28/2021, 5:26:15 PM Yes, but the bars to support the structure on the side rails, so we wouldn't recommend leaving more than one out really.
Q Brian • 05/01/2021, 6:14:40 PM How many inches does this add to the total height of the van?
A 05/05/2021, 1:00:12 PM 3-4" above the roof depending on where you measure.
Q Andy • 05/04/2021, 7:28:13 PM Will this fit a Chevy Express 1500?
A 05/05/2021, 1:19:38 PM As long as it's 03+, yes.
Q Luke • 05/27/2021, 12:47:54 PM With the gutter mounting, This looks like it would also fit a ford E350 4x4. Can i confirm that?
A 06/04/2021, 10:30:55 AM We cannot confirm it fits an E350.
Q Nigel • 06/07/2021, 12:52:35 PM Visually & Functionally this rack looks very appealing. The low profile is a big plus considering most racks are 6" off the roof of the van. My questions are: What is the center to center spacing of the crossbars? What is the width (top) of the crossbars? How far down are the crossbars from the side rails, if I wanted/needed to mount a floor? How many crossbars are included with the standard length van rack? Thanks
A 06/11/2021, 3:30:03 PM 10.5” center to center, 54” wide, 3/8” down, 12 bars are incldued.
Q Andrew • 07/01/2021, 10:39:49 PM I just ordered one for my 2012 Express 1500 and had a question about the gutter mount brackets. Do they have to be specifically mounted where pictured or can they be moved to anywhere that articulates with a rail. I would like to put a side ladder on and want to be sure I can mount both.
A 07/08/2021, 2:01:38 PM Their locations have been designed with the loads of the roof rack in mind.
Q Matt Dwight • 07/11/2021, 8:54:47 AM How much weight can this rack hold? 2014 chevy express 3500 Ext. T I A.
A 07/23/2021, 10:58:16 AM We have no official weight capacity on this rack as we have no official weight capacity on the roof of your van.
Q Pete Day • 07/28/2021, 9:38:26 PM Can I fit thule and/or yakima accessories on the crossbars? Like for example, could I add a thule rooftop box or would I need some kind of adaptor?
A 08/12/2021, 4:01:01 PM Many of those accessories work. We would contact the accessory manufacturer and ask if the product you are looking at works with a 2"x 1" square crossbar.
Q charles • 09/23/2021, 8:45:04 PM Is this compatible with roof vents/fans? I have a maxair fan on my roof.
A 09/27/2021, 3:27:45 PM There is about an 1" between the crossbars and the roof, but you could remove a crossbar if it was in the way.
Q Ingo • 12/22/2021, 10:23:37 AM Can I purchase 2 additional mounting brackets with the purchase of this roof rack? Do you also offer a side mounted ladder that would fit s 2015 chevy express 3500 extended van
A 12/22/2021, 1:18:28 PM We don't have additional mounts available separately. We don't currently have a ladder for the Chevy Express.
Q Colin • 01/11/2022, 9:58:11 AM I realize this is a longshot, but any way this, or half of it, could fit a 2005 Chevy Astrovan? I don't believe any of your racks do...Thanks for the response!
A 01/12/2022, 10:43:26 AM We haven't tested anything on an Astro at this time.
Q Garth • 01/24/2022, 11:53:13 PM What is the length and width of the Standard and Extended racks?
A 01/25/2022, 10:46:46 AM You can check out the end of the install document for exact dimensions of both. The extended is about 153"x54" and the standard is about 132"x54"
Q george • 02/11/2022, 2:29:00 AM Are you planning on modifying the rack to fit the Chevy G-series vans? I have a 1974 G10 shorty, which is about 120 inches long
A 02/11/2022, 2:16:18 PM No plans for them at this time.
Q Shane • 02/14/2022, 0:16:37 AM I installed a roof vent near the back of my van long wheelbase express van. Can the short wheelbase version be mounted to my long wheelbase van to avoid clearance issues with the vent?
A 02/17/2022, 3:23:38 PM We have not tested running the short version.
Q John • 06/13/2022, 9:47:13 AM Do you know if this would fit on a 1997 GMC Savana?
A 06/22/2022, 2:01:57 PM We have not tested anything older than 03.
Q Daniel Lopez • 06/28/2022, 9:48:24 PM Is the van in the pictures the extended or standard size?
A 06/30/2022, 12:38:13 PM Extended
Q Francisco Acosta • 02/17/2023, 7:49:58 PM I will be installing it in a 2023 express van 2500. Would it be recommended to use it for a roof rack tent roam adventure xl? Or to heavy?
A 02/23/2023, 11:42:16 AM It will work fine with a roof top tent.
Q Robert D. • 05/09/2023, 12:58:35 PM I have a 2003 Ford Excursion and your ad came up for this rack which conducting a google search. My questions are; how long and wide is this rack and will it fit my truck?
A 05/22/2023, 5:09:32 PM This rack was only designed for E-Series vans, it will not fit the Excursion.
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Christopher Stone (Wichita, KS) | February 21st, 2022
I have a 2018 Express extended body so finding racks for this is challenging. There is at least one on the market that is welded but the original cost plus shipping was steep. This one arrives flat packed in a few boxes. Everything assembled properly per the instructions. For some reason I ended up with a ton of extra hardware (60 or 80 additional bolts, washers, nuts, etc.) some of which were not for this rack. They have been useful though for other projects. The rack is assembled in two pieces and then lifted onto the roof. This was mildly challenging with two adults and two ladders. Having the ability to move a little more side to side while you install would be useful so perhaps setup some rudimentary scaffolding or some type of platform rather than just using a ladder. The brackets that attach the rack to the rain gutter were a little tricky but some patience and a rubber mallet (recommended by instructions) we were eventually able to get each of these to seat properly. The sealant in the gutters is not even so you have to wrestle with everything to get it attached solidly. The brackets will seat into the gutter with the right amount of effort. The only real issue I have run into is the front fairing. The instructions state that you need to push it down agains the roof as much as possible to avoid vibration. It is currently set as low as possible given the cutouts in the side pieces where the fairing mounts. It is also touching the roof in some spots, although the shape does not allow for a tight fit. The fairing vibrates horribly at 60+ mph. It sounds like a lawn mower or something on the roof. The fairings are made from the same material as the sides which is easily flexible until the cross beams are installed. However, the fairings only get bolted on the ends so this large flat pieces of metal easily bows and flexes by hand or with the wind. The only solution I can come up with is to try and bolt a piece of angle across the back to reduce the flex. This should be included with the rack because the fairing vibration is a weak point in an otherwise nice roof rack setup.
Note From Victory 4x4: Christopher, please reach out to our tech support team and we can help with that front fairing adjustment.
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