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Old 12-26-2008, 07:15 PM
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Headache Rack In Colorado

Hey guys! Where can I find a headache rack! I've looked all over and can't find a one! Do they still make them? I want a nice black one for my 2000 F150 Styleside.
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Old 12-27-2008, 01:26 PM
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Try these guys

Remuda Racks & Mfg Inc
303-308-0722

They build all the racks for our fleet. For a standard headache rack its $185.00 installed. Tell them Scott from Digicom sent you and you might get a better deal. They can customize them also, add light mounts, steel mesh, shades, whatever you need.
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That's great! I'll give them a ring tomarrow. Thanks for the help!
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Hey guys! Where can I find a headache rack! I've looked all over and can't find a one! Do they still make them? I want a nice black one for my 2000 F150 Styleside.
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Um...What's a headache rack?
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Old 12-31-2008, 03:03 PM
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Here is one!

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I have always liked them on certian trucks... (non sliding window 3/4 ton long beds) but what is the purpose of one? Just to rest stuff on the top of it so it does not go on the cab?
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I used a rollbar in my Ranger for hauling carpet to job sites.( Flooring installer by trade. ) Thought that a rack would work well on my F150 for the same thing. Although , I don't haul as much anymore.
A lot of guys put lights on top too. Usually see them on construction or ranch trucks. Keeps stuff from coming thru back of truck in a emergency stop situation.
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