M4000 Vantech Van Rack System

The M4000 Series Vantech van racks mount to any minivan with or without drip rails. The angled cross bars and side rails keep roof top cargo to the sides of the vehicles, making it easier for loading and unloading.

Item # Length Material Width Color Status Price Quantity
M4002 72" Steel 60"
M4003 96" Steel 60"


The M4000 van roof racks with 60" angled cross bars are designed to make the loading process much easier. Interior plates, along with poly foam gaskets, safely secure the van rack to the roof of any minivan regardless of having drip rails or not (Drilling required). The angled bars hold materials tight to the 4" x 5" wide side rails, reducing the reach when loading and unloading. The M4000 Series includes so many accessories, loose cargo should never be a problem. The 1-1/2" x 1" cross bars are protected from scratching with non-slip plastic bar guards that simply stick to the bars with an underside adhesive. The two Push-2-Secure clamps use a spring and trigger mechanism to hold ladders in place. The rubber dipped ends rotate to clamp onto any ladder with a rung height ranging from 6" x 8". Two ladder stoppers are also included to stop ladders from bouncing or sliding forward during transit. The two included EZ Velcro straps fasten to the cross bars and loop over ladder rungs to keep multi-tiered extension ladders together. Side rails are available in 72" or 96" lengths to accommodate most minivan sizes. The angled M4000 van roof racks are available in durable steel. Systems are powder coated in a protective black or white enamel for added protection.

1" W x 1-1/2" H
250 lbs
500 lbs

Product Features

  • Durable steel construction
  • Non-slip bar guard for extra cross bar protection
  • Two EZ Velcro straps for added cargo security
  • Two Push-2-Secure ladder locks
  • Two ladder stoppers to prevent bouncing and sliding forward
  • Aluminum channeled side rails available in 72" and 96"
  • Zinc plated hardware
  • 1" x 5" interior mounting plates
  • Drilling required


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