Vantech H3 Series Aluminum Chevy Express Racks with Side Supports

The H3 Chevy Express van racks with side supports offer extra security when transporting roof top cargo. The lightweight aluminum van rack system is offered in two and three bar sets installing without the need to drill.

Item # Capacity Number
of Bars
Vehicle Year Color Status Price Quantity
H3026 500 lbs 2 1996-13
H3027 750 lbs 3 1996-13

These lightweight aluminum roof racks offer a safe way to travel with commercial or recreational roof top cargo. Included 4" side supports limit lateral movement keeping ladders and other material from sliding off the sides of the van rack. The 14 gauge steel side supports are galvanized and rubber dipped for additional protection. Side supports feature eye holes at the top ends for tie-downs. The H3 Chevy Express model uses a clamp-on system that attaches to existing drip rails, no drilling required. Upright mounting bases are attached to the drip rails with the use of drip rail clamps. The 3" x 1-1/2" heavy duty cross bars feature channeling for additional accessories. These racks are designed specifically for 1996-2013 Chevy Express Vans. Included rubber seats are inserted in between mounting bases and drip rails to prevent metal-on-metal contact. The 11" tall van rack system is available in sets of two and three bars to accommodate most cargo needs. For the safest results, cargo must be distributed evenly. Van rack systems are available in black or white.

  • Manufactured from durable aluminum with a black or white powder-coat finish
  • Measures 3" W x 1-1/2" H for 1996-2013 Chevy vans
  • 250 lb. weight capacity per bar
  • No drilling required
3" W x 1-1/2" H
250 lbs

Product Features

  • Clamp-on system used to attach cross bars
  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Aerodynamically shaped cross bars
  • Available in balck or white finish
  • Systems available in 2 & 3 bar sets
  • Galvanized side supports to stop lateral shift during transit
  • No drilling required
  • Fits 1996-2013 Chevy Express Vans


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