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  1. Starting at: $289.80

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    Easily manage long conduit or tube with the confidence it will stay securely on your roof with Prime Design’s Conduit Tube Racks. Unique design features rugged .100 thick aluminum construction and is available in 10' 8" or 12' 3" interior length models. Steel reinforced aerodynamic end caps help eliminate wind noise at high speeds.

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    This full enclosed aluminum holder measures 10'8"L x 11"W x 6"H and is perfect for hauling pipe and conduit. Learn More

  3. Starting at: $71.80

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    These kits turn Schedule 40 PVC pipe into secure storage for conduit, copper tubing, disconnect sticks or even sensitive Surveyor’s instruments. Available in 41∕2," 65∕8" and 85∕8" sizes for 4," 6" and 8" tubes. Hinged doors provide convenient access and are rubber gasketed for a weather-tight seal. Kits include door, end cap, two saddle brackets, two “U” brackets and all hardware needed to mount to your ladder rack support. PVC tubes not included.

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Roof Racks For Van

Van roof racks and roof top carriers are very useful accessories for work vans and trucks. They provide additional space, expanding the cargo area and making it possible to carry items that don’t fit inside the vehicle. Some ladder racks are installed on trucks and vans to carry various types of pipe including copper, PVC, and conduit, allowing the material to be carried on the top of the truck or van. Racking may come with enclosed containers for the pipe and other materials to fit inside.

Truck and van roof racks come in all shapes and sizes and suit a variety of needs. Some roof top carriers models are multi-purpose, allowing for ladders and other items to be carried as well. Many come with rope hooks so that loads can be secured. On vans, the rooftop cargo carrier often attaches to the vehicle’s rain gutter, making installation quick and easy. This also makes the rack easy to transfer to another vehicle. Van roof racks are often made of heavy duty steel or aluminum, creating a rust and scratch resistant product, ensuring a look that is professional and neat.

Truck roof racks are typically tough, rugged, and have a generous load capacity. The rack itself, however, usually is fairly lightweight, as to not add dramatically to the overall weight of the vehicle. Cross members can also be added to support longer ladders and materials. Most racks are specifically made to fit certain vehicle models, but some are adjustable, allowing one rack to fit several models.