Ford F-350 Super Duty 2003, Adarac™ Truck Bed Rack System by Access®. It is a strong, flexible and streamlined rack system that is fully compatible all Access brand bed covers and with other inside-the-rail bed covers. It mounts to the stake pockets and is easily installed and removed.
- Clean look with no obstruction of view
- Streamline design reduces wind noise
- Durable finish in black powder coat and Gator Shield rust proofing
- Easy to install and remove
- Works with inside-rail bed covers
- Tie down rail and tie down holes in support posts, for easy securing of the load
- 1-year limited warranty
The Access Adarac rack system is designed to fit snugly behind the cab, to avoid noisy air vortexes around the rack posts, and allowing for an unobstructed view in the rear view mirrors. The rack carries 500 lb with ease, and it features a tie-down rail along the truck bed and tie down holes in the support bars, making it easy to secure the load. The support bars are finished in durable black powder coat and the top rails are made in 1.25" steel tubing with Gator Shield rust proof coating that won't chip.
The Adarac Truck Bed Rack System is essential equipment for all truck owners who haul long loads. It is perfect for the canoeist, who can transport his canoes on the rack, and keep all his gear dry under the bed cover. It is perfect for the carpenter, who can carry the boards on the rack and have his tools and portable workbenches protected by the bed cover. The flexibility of the Adarac Truck Bed Rack System makes it the ideal choice for the active and versatile truck owner.
Access® made a big splash in the market for pick-up truck accessories, when the revolutionary Access® Roll-Up Cover was introduced in 1991. The first of its kind, this product quickly became - and still is - the #1 selling roll-up tonneau in North America. The company has over the years added additional roll-up truck bed covers to the product line, including the popular LiteRider®, Lorado®, Vanish® and all new TonnoSport™. Access is manufactured near Jamestown, North Dakota.