Pickup Truck Bed Ladder Rack

Our steel ladder rack has an adjustable width for hauling ladders, pipe and tubing safely to the job site. With a sturdy 500 lb capacity, this ladder rack quickly installs to the bed of your pickup and has protective end caps that can be removed to add tubular extensions or custom rack modifications. Our pickup truck bed rack provides plenty of room for tie down straps and comes in two models to accommodate most pickups.

  • Made of strong tubular steel
  • Sturdy 500 lb capacity
  • Two ladder uprights included
  • Adjusts 52" to 68" wide
1 Year Warranty
Item # Description Support
Bed Sizes Status Price Quantity
SLR-RACK-DLX Pair of Deluxe Steel Pickup Truck Racks - With rope tie-off cleats and gusset reinforcements
Includes assembly hardware
30-1/2" 52" to 68" Wide
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Featuring an all steel 1-7/8" tubular construction, this ladder and materials rack can handle loads up to 500 lbs on two adjustable supports mounted to a pickup truck's bed rails. Requires drilling.


Achieve safe, secure ladder and materials handling with the Workstar Pickup Truck Rack. Up to 500 lbs can be evenly distributed with an adjustable double support system designed to mount to pickup truck bed rails. Adjustable width design fits truck beds between 52" to 71" (52" to 68" for the DLX model). The durable all steel 1-7/8" diameter tubes provide plenty of tie down room and have a black powder coat finish sure to last in a variety of weather conditions. Plastic caps help keep water and debris from getting inside the supports and may be removed to add tubular extensions or custom rack modifications. DLX model includes (2) rope tie-off cleats and gusset reinforcements. The Workstar Pickup Truck Rack comes complete with a one year manufacturer's warranty against defects only.

Please note: This pickup truck rack requires drilling 3/8" holes into the truck bed rails for proper installation.

54 lbs
500 lbs

Product Features

  • All steel construction
  • Includes 2 ladder uprights
  • Sturdy and safe up to a 500 lb capacity
  • Easily mounts by drilling 3/8" holes into a pickup truck bed rail system
  • Adjustable to fit truck beds between 52" to 68"
  • Plastic end caps to help keep water and debris from entering the supports
  • Tubular design provides plenty of tie-down room
  • DLX model includes (2) rope tie-off cleats and gusset reinforcements
  • Black powder coat finish
  • 1 year manufacturer's warranty against defects


Instruction Manual

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)


5 Stars truck ladder rack

lee from FL wrote (March 26, 2015):

got my ladder rack today ,just like discount ramps said, installed on my trialer instead of my truck , worked great, easy to install ,came with all bolts and nuts , nothing esle to buy , will buy other products

5 Stars Great value for the price

Richard H from TN wrote (March 16, 2015):

I like the fact that it was easy to put together and very sturdy once it was bolted down. It's also a good looking rack for the bed of your truck. After researching many ladder racks, I found this one and am impressed by both the quality as well as value. There were only two drawbacks. The first was that when installing the bolts I had a slight problem working around the truck bed liner. The second was that it would be significantly more difficult to try to install alone. An extra set of hands will make your life immensely easier. Overall, this is a great rack and as my business grows and I need more racks, I'll definitely be buying more of these racks..

5 Stars SLR-RACK-DLX - Truck Rack

Todd from GA wrote (September 30, 2014):

This is a great truck rack for the money. Easy to assemble and install.

4 Stars Rack Review

david from OH wrote (September 24, 2014):

I really like 1.) the heavy dutiness of the rack; 2.) the titedowns on each post; 3.) variable heights ; and 4.) the way it looks on the truck. I didn't like the mounting set up; the predrilled holes did not leave enough room under the rail to use a ratchet. I had to screw with a hex wrench on top, and hold an open end wrench under which was a bit awkward to do alone.