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Thread: My Back Rack

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    Default My Back Rack

    This is a rack I just finished for my truck. Hope the pic works.

    Mike
    MD Welding & Fabricating L.L.C.
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    The pic worked & it looks great. Nice job with the bowtie in there.---MMW---
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    Yeah time to trade the Blazer in for a Silverado. Guess what I'm going to do first...Great Job!!!!
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    Default Your Back Rack

    Nice job!!! What didja bolt the corners to? All the PU's I've seen have rectangular holes that are a pain to deal with.
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    I have a piece with a tapped hole in it that just fits in the rectangle hole. when tighened it pinches the rack and the bed rail. I believe that's how all the name brands do it. No drilling required!

    Mike
    MD Welding & Fabricating L.L.C.

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    nice and extra lighting too, can never have too much light when backing up in the dark!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Welding View Post
    I have a piece with a tapped hole in it that just fits in the rectangle hole. when tighened it pinches the rack and the bed rail. I believe that's how all the name brands do it. No drilling required!

    Mike
    MD Welding & Fabricating L.L.C.
    I'd like to see a pic of that. I can't picture it.
    Thanks,

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    Nice work for a chevy gut
    Just funning good job
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    Nicely done ...
    Regards, George

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    You boys threw me on that one, I almost didn't look at the post cause I thought it was something for backpacking

    Around here all I've heard those called are "headache racks".

    Nice work, really looks good on that truck.

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