MyGlassTruck.com announces the release of a new glass carrier for cargo vans and pick-up trucks that extends to 10 feet high for transporting large pieces of sheet glass. For smaller payloads, the carrier adjusts back to its original height of seven feet. This new rack makes it possible for glaziers operating standard-size vehicles to transport sheets of glass up to 10 feet high to jobsites without incurring delivery fees or renting larger vehicles.
The height-extendable carrier can be built to extend to a fixed height or in increments of eight, nine, and 10 feet, and includes three matching height-extendable poles as standard equipment. An operator and helper can quickly and easily extend the rack without using any tools. Both carrier and poles utilize a telescoping design in which the top section's posts slide up and down inside the bottom section's posts and lock in place with stainless steel detent pins.
Each telescoping pole features black triangle cleats that can be vertically adjusted along the pole's length, and removable steel top hooks and bottom tongues for strength and field serviceability. For superior adjustability, poles may be upgraded to include Supertruck System 2 scissor-style cleats.
Load-bearing underbody mounts that are computer-designed for specific vehicle models integrate the rack directly to the chassis for optimal support of glass and carrier weight.
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