Tacoma Roof Racks
Tacoma Roof Rack
A Tacoma Roof Rack can drastically transform your Tacoma into an adventure ready machine. Out of the box the Toyota is very capable and super reliable, but adding a Tacoma Roof Rack ensures you will have the storage capacity and ability to mount numerous accessories such as a Rooftop tent, LED Light Bar, Hi-Lift Jack, and much more.
Tacoma Roof Racks are available for the 1st Gen Tacoma, 2nd Gen Tacoma, 3rd Gen Tacoma, and 4th Gen Tacoma.
Have a shark fin antenna? No problem, Tacoma Roof Racks are designed to not interfere.
But what Tacoma Roof Racks are the best?
There are many great options out there, but some of our favorites include:
- Sherpa Grand Teton Tacoma Roof Rack
- Westcott Designs Tacoma Roof Rack
- upTOP Overland Alpha Tacoma Roof Rack
- Prinsu Racks Double Cab Tacoma Roof Rack
- upTOP Overland Bravo Tacoma Roof Rack
- Cali Raised LED Economy Roof Rack and Premium Roof Rack Tacoma
- RCI Offroad Tacoma Roof Rack
Tacoma Cab Racks are available for both the double cab and access cab Tacoma and all Tacoma Double Cab Roof Racks feature an easy installation to pre-existing mounting holes. As a bonus, Tacoma Roof Racks come with a powder coated black finish and all the hardware.
Tacoma Roof Racks from the leading brands feature an all aluminum construction. This allows the Roof Racks to be lightweight, but still have an impressive weight capacity. In many cases, Tacoma Roof Racks can support 300-400 pounds dynamically with a static load of more than 600 pounds.
Tacoma Roof Racks are extremely low-profile meaning minimal wind noise if any at all and pair nicely with a Tacoma topper rack or Tacoma Bed Rack. In terms of the design, Tacoma Racks feature CNC cut aluminum side plates, t-channel aluminum cross bars, and an aluminum wind deflector that can be ordered with an optional light bar cutout (LED Bar and wiring harness sold separately). All the necessary hardware including black stainless hardware on some models is included with the rack.
You might be asking yourself, is a Roof Rack a good idea?
We think the answer is absolutely yes. Whether you find yourself off the beaten path or find yourself cruising around town, we think a Tacoma Roof Rack can enhance your ride. For those that like to venture off the beaten path, a premium rack can hold all your gear, your roof top tent, bike racks, grab handles, and more. For those crawling the malls, a Tacoma Roof Rack provides an excellent way to safely and securely transport larger items that might be too large to fit in the bed.
Overall, a Tacoma Roof Rack is one of the most functional aftermarket parts you can add to your Tacoma. Most Tacoma Racks come with a limited warranty
What is a Roof Rack used for on a Tacoma? A Tacoma Roof Rack can be used to securely haul large items or cargo. It can also be customized to mount numerous accessories including a Roof Top Tent. A Tacoma Roof Rack also includes various mounts designed to increase your lighting options.
How do you secure gear on a Tacoma Roof Rack? The easiest and cheapest way to secure gear on your Tacoma Roof Rack is to simply tie down or bungie your gear directly to a cross bar, side plate, or other mounting points. Most manufacturers also offer many different accessories including mounting brackets that secure gear and accessories.
How much can a Tacoma Roof Rack hold? Most Tacoma Roof Racks can easily support 300-400 pounds (dynamic load) and 600-700 pounds (static load). We recommend you refer to your specific rack for an exact rating.
How do you install a Tacoma Roof Rack? Unlike other racks, all Tacoma Roof Racks come with the required hardware and there is usually no drilling required on Double Cab models. Using the provided carriage bolts, the Tacoma Roof Rack installs directly to threaded holes on the roof of your Tacoma.
How tall is a Tacoma Roof Rack? Most Tacoma Roof Racks are considered to be a low profile rack. In terms of the overall height, most Tacoma Roof Racks only add roughly 1.5-2.5 inches of height to your Tacoma.