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2013 & Older Ford Transit Connect Instant Side Access Ladder Racks

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2013 & Older Ford Transit Connect Instant Side Access Ladder Racks

Turn the handle to release the ladder lock, the ladder pivots down to the side of the van where it can then be easily removed. Extra wide ladder platforms and 4-way adjustable rail saddles insure a tight, secure ladder fit.

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Uniquely engineered commercial grade steel ladder rack makes it easy to safely load or unload ladders in seconds.

  • Eliminates climbing, stretching or reaching
  • Optional Hydraulic Assist available

Turn the handle to release the ladder lock, the ladder pivots down to the side of the van where it can then be easily removed. Extra wide ladder platforms and 4-way adjustable rail saddles insure a tight, secure ladder fit.

Smooth, easy operation is provided with stainless steel axles and rollers on each ladder platform. A gravity latch holds the fold-away handle that can be locked in place with padlock (not supplied) to protect against ladder theft.

Using heavier ladders or loads? Then, add the optional Hydraulic Assist. This exclusive hydraulic cylinder provides a smooth, controlled downward motion when lowering your ladder and has a one-way flow design that prevents resistance when returning the ladder to the stored position.

The components of this steel rack are zinc plated and then finished with white polyester-epoxy powder coat for years of durable good looks. Supplied hardware is cadmium plated for superior rust protection.

Some drilling into vehicle roof will be required for installation of this rack.


Additional Information

Model ISA-TRANSIT
Metal Steel
Rack Type Side Access
Vehicle Make Ford E-Series

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