Inno Truck Stays
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Inno Truck Stays

Item Number: RT101 / RT102
This truck rack system is so innovatively simple it's no surprise Inno Racks designed it. Conveniently carry any gear above your pickup truck bed but still load and unload gear at a convenient height. Better fuel economy than other truck rack systems. Available in two versions: Inno RT101 Stays - fits any standard pickup truck bed / Inno RT102 Stays - fits c-channel track systems found on Toyota Tundra, Tacoma etc. Pair of Inno crossbars also required (sold separately).
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So innovatively simple it's no surprise Inno Racks engineered it, the 2014 model Inno RT101 / RT102 Truck Rack Stays are designed for use with any standard pickup truck beds (use the Inno RT101 Stays) as well as c-channel track systems found on certain pickup truck beds such as Toyota Tacoma, Tundra etc. (use the Inno RT102 Stays). Use in combination with a pair of Inno Racks crossbars (to determine the best crossbar length, simply measure all the way across your specific pickup truck bed). Attach any gear carriers from Inno Racks, Thule Racks, Yakima Racks or other car rack manufacturers directly to the Inno crossbars.

A superb way to transport all types of gear above the pickup truckbed but still remain at a very convenient height for loading and unloading. Also a more aerodynamic and fuel efficient alternative to traditional truck rack systems with towers that transport gear and equipment above the truck cab height. Inno truck racks are also much more affordable than virtually all other competitors' pickup truckbed truck rack systems. Convenient to adjust the front Stays & crossbar and rear Stays and crossbar any distance from each other for whatever you need to transport. Still frees up truckbed for carrying gear and cargo below the truck rack. Quick and easy to mount, no drilling required.

PLEASE NOTE: To determine the correct cross bars length for your pickup truckbed simply measure from the inside of one bedrail across to the inside of the other bedrail then add 5-1/4" to that measurement and select the cross bars size accordingly (the closest cross bars size without being under the total measurement you calculated). You can of course go longer, just remember you will probably have a portion of the crossbar ends extending over the outside of the bed rails.

  • Inno RT101 Truck Rack Stays for use with any standard pickup truck beds / Inno RT102 Truck Rack Stays for use with c-channel track systems found on certain pickup truck beds such as Toyota Tacoma, Tundra etc.
  • Use in combination with a pair of Inno Racks crossbars (to determine the best crossbar length, simply measure all the way across your specific pickup truck bed).
  • Attach any gear carriers from Inno Racks, Thule Racks, Yakima Racks or other car rack manufacturers directly to the Inno crossbars.
  • This truck rack system is a superb way to transport all types of gear above the pickup truckbed but still remain at a very convenient height for loading and unloading.
  • A more aerodynamic and fuel efficient alternative to traditional truck rack systems with towers that transport gear and equipment above the truck cab height.
  • A much more affordable solution than virtually all other competitors' pickup truckbed truck rack systems.
  • Conveniently adjust the front Stays & crossbar and rear Stays and crossbar any distance from each other for whatever you need to transport.
  • Still frees up truckbed for carrying gear and cargo below the truck rack.
  • Quick and easy to mount, no drilling required.
  • Easy to follow Inno RT101 / RT102 truck rack instructions included.
  • Inno Racks 5 Year Warranty

Product Reviews

Inno Truck Stays
$119.99
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Matt
Orlando
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

basic rack for great price
December 16, 2015
strong rack for a great price.
Pros:
strong, easy to install and remove, excellent quality
Cons:
no lock. If you are carrying fragile items like surfboards the stays themselves are not rubber coated and can damage the board. However, i put 1" pipe insulation over my crossbar and hitting the tops of the stays would be hard to do but still possible.



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