SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack
SportRack SR1020 Camper RackSportRack SR1020 Camper Rack

SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack

Item Number: SR1020
With the ability to expand up to 86 inches, the SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack mounts to the top of almost all models of collapsed pop-up campers, giving families safe and efficient additional storage during weekend camping trips or big vacations. The SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack features integrated, easy-to-use hardware, some assembly required.
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$174.95
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We've all seen it: The family vacation rig, complete with bikes lashed haphazardly to the hatchback. Accessing the vehicle's interior storage becomes a pain, and worrying about the bikes takes away from the aesthetics of the travel. If you're towing a pop-up camper on your next road-trip, don't leave any potential storage space unused. The SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack mounts to almost all collapsible pop-up campers, such as Aliner, Coachmen, Dutchmen, Fleetwood (formerly Coleman), Jayco, Palomino, and Starcraft, allowing you to attach roof boxes, bike racks, and any other compatible gear carriers to the system. Were you shopping Thule's line of roof rack systems, but steered clear due to price? SportRack is now owned by Thule, meaning that products like the SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack benefit from Thule's good reputation, while remaining affordable.
  • Accepts roof boxes, bike, ski, kayak carriers, etc.
  • Heavy duty square steel bars
  • Telescoping bars fit roofs from 79” to 88”
  • Holds up to 200 lbs or 90 kg

Product Reviews

SportRack SR1020 Camper Rack
$174.95
4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Shawn Ballinger
Denver, CO
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Solid rack
April 28, 2016
This is a solid rack. That means it's a little heavy though. It goes together fairly easily but the instructions aren't great. I recommend assembling the 'towers' upside down as this will prevent the 'clamps' from expanding out. Can't explain why but it just works better that way. I also used some rubber wall base (less than $4) and cut it on the curve to place between the mounts and my camper. Sealed it all really well with some 3M 4000 UV Marine quality adhesive sealant. No issues so far. Paired it up with a couple of Rocky Mounts Tierods and SwitchHitters and its a great setup for my pop up camper. Since it's a square-ish shape I thought it would be a match for Thule square racks but it is not. The square bar is approximately 1.5 by 1.5. Got it on sale here at ORS so it was a great value. ORS packaged it will and shipped it quickly.
Pros:
Solid once constructed. Good value for price (on sale).
Cons:
Somewhat heavy Poor instructions Does not fit Thule sqaurebars. Require a more universal bike carrier such as RockyMounts TieRods or SwitchHitters.



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