To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby adventurefar [OP] » March 14th 2015, 6:34pm

Lads, I need to run some highway miles for work coming up. So I've pulled my roof rack off. That and I'd like to make some mods and mount it better. Wow! I forgot this thing weighs nearly 160lbs. Not to mention potential increased fuel economy and the interior is quieter.

So, I'd like some opinion. Looks/function?
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby jrsride2002 » March 14th 2015, 7:01pm

Sorry bud, but to each his own.... Me personally, i'm going to be making a custom rack. Despite the fuel consumption, and add wind noise. It really is a personal opinion to have one or not...

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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby Meterpig » March 14th 2015, 7:08pm

I have a factory rack on thing 1...and never used it once. I am happier with thing 2 which has no rack and lower profile. But...I dont really camp off it or anything like that.
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby kennysmoke » March 14th 2015, 7:47pm

I've had factory racks on 3 of the 5 Astro / Safari's I've owned... I've only used them a few times... I think your van looks 100% better without the rack...
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby 97cargocrawler » March 14th 2015, 8:37pm

The factory rack is essentially useless unless you have something to clamp to it like a snowboard. Having a usable platform you can just throw stuff up on, way different story. Looks like yours is somewhere in between those two. My rack with a floor has been useful.
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby Old Barney » March 14th 2015, 9:24pm

When I pulled mine off I discovered dealer or factory installed with only one screw in each block and only one screw in each corner but there are holes in the rack for two in each corner and each spacer. So when I mounted it on the 2000 van I filled all the holes up as I use my rack for carrying all kinds of stuff pipe,angle iron, sheets of plywood, I would carry many large commercial antennas lashed on and drive for states away heavy mounting assemblies were set up there to cart some place.
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby Lumpy » March 14th 2015, 10:37pm

I think a factory rack is designed to hold something like an xmas tree. Maybe a couple short lengths of PVC. Nothing else ever seems to fit well. No plywood, lumber, surfboards, certainly nothing heavy like a couch. I guess you could put a bunch of suitcases up there and enclose it in one of those bungee net things. Takes forever to load and unload.

Yours, ad-far, looks like it was made for a contractor to haul drywall or plywood.

A rack with a floor and upright walls, as Cargo suggests, is great. Hauls anything you want, any shape, hard or soft. You can climb up there and sit on your beach chair above the crowd, sleep up there, mount antennas and lights up there. Mine has an expanded metal floor which is light and allows all kinds of mounting tricks, but it's hard to keep painted because of all the surfaces. Cargo's is diamond tread flat plate. Better to sit and camp on, easier to paint, might even keep some of the heat off the roof of the van.


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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby AstroWill » March 15th 2015, 12:05am

The biggest thing I have ever put on my stock roof rack was a PowerWheels Hummer, and that was actually sitting on the roof using the rack for the tiedowns. It's pretty much worthless IMO.

The aftermarket/custom racks are a LOT more useful, but I prefer not having a rack up there for day to day driving.

If I have something bigger than can fit in the back, I just hook up a trailer and off I go. I don't haul large stuff too often so not a big deal for me.

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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby WoodButcher » March 15th 2015, 12:34am

Of course it looks better w/o the rack. I really don't understand why you ask.
I need ladders for work so I have a rack.
I built it as low and close to the body as possible, I would have preferred round cross bars for less wind noise but the yard was out of 1 1/2" round at the time and like I said, I need the rack. Whenever I can I'll leave them on the job or home because they are a drag, literally. I feel the difference in the way the van drives in the wind, passing / following a truck, yada, yada.
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Postby thegreenmachine » March 15th 2015, 3:14am

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Lumber fits ok. But this pic has my roof overloaded by 500lbs.
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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby Meterpig » March 15th 2015, 6:24am

I have walked on my roof and it was dicey. Of course...That makes me wonder how the van would react if it flipped over. Hmmm.

Maybe time to weld in a roll cage? Carry all the stuff I want on the roof like a train running of Calcutta.
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Postby Alexander_Rychok » March 15th 2015, 9:53am

Good Afternoon All, Does anyone know how to remove the factory roof rack? Not the cross rails, the rails that run the length of the roof. I am a little apprehensive about prying up the ends of the rails.

Thanks in advance,

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Re: To Rack or not to rack... that is the question....

Postby Lumpy » March 15th 2015, 2:08pm

Factory rack was attached to my 89 with rivnuts and torx head screws, from the OUTside. Others here have reoprted various fastener systems that require dropping the headliner. Mine didn't.


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Postby RECox286 » March 15th 2015, 8:42pm

I had one truck that we mounted a ladder rack to the roof. It was OK for a work truck, and we did use it

quite a bit. Actually it was one of the American Van's racks, and they did a very nice installation while

we waited, about an hour. All mounting points were double bolted thru the roof, and sandwiched with

a washer plate on the inside of the roof and totally waterproofed. For my personal preference, I never

thought it was a "beautiful" addition, and I opted for a trailer to drag my stuff around. It was just as

convenient, and easy to leave at home or on the job as the situation called for. You asked !

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Postby 97cargocrawler » March 16th 2015, 8:32am

The rack on my van finally gave it the look and utility I was going for. Basically a bigger version of my Land Cruiser. Now if I could just make it crawl over rocks like my FJ40 I'd be set.

Two mods I would never undo: my rack and the black diamond plate armor.
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Postby adventurefar [OP] » March 23rd 2015, 10:14pm

Thanks everyone. I don't have friends building rigs where I currently live. I was thinking out load and the feedback/conversation really helped me see what everyone is doing. I got some ideas now and will approach it from a better angle. I'm going to make a receiver mounted rack (even though its smaller) and try it out on some trips first. I just had my van on its first longer freeway run. If I can get by without, I think that's the plan.
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Postby Meterpig » March 23rd 2015, 11:48pm

adventurefar wrote:Thanks everyone. I don't have friends building rigs where I currently live. I was thinking out load and the feedback/conversation really helped me see what everyone is doing. I got some ideas now and will approach it from a better angle. I'm going to make a receiver mounted rack (even though its smaller) and try it out on some trips first. I just had my van on its first longer freeway run. If I can get by without, I think that's the plan.
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And a rack that really stuck out..really made for a full size truck. Man..that messed with steering. I would only do it again after seriously beefing up the rear suspension. Here it is after I took stuff off because it was too heavy. Man...kid's take a a lot of stuff. We would need less now. Why not just put it behind the middle seat? Because I like to have the rear seat free for naps and the dog.

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Postby 97cargocrawler » March 24th 2015, 4:50pm

That "rack" needs some wheelie bars.
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Postby Meterpig » March 24th 2015, 5:15pm

97cargocrawler wrote:That "rack" needs some wheelie bars.



Like I said, it is really designed for something like a full size truck that sits much higher. I have a L bracket for the hitch receiver that moves it up and out. It's super handy for vacations and nice to get the stuff out of the way. I just need some better support in the rear. Standard monroes with factory leafs didn't cut it. :banghead:
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Postby ssbf1 » March 25th 2015, 7:23pm

I couldn't do without a rack! I've had as many as 5 kayaks on mine.
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