Vantech H3 Aluminum Sprinter Roof Racks

These Vantech H3 aluminum roof racks add additional cargo carrying options to Sprinter vans. Aerodynamically designed, the H3 series reduces wind noise over other styles of roof rack. Available as a set of (2) bars, with a 500 lb total capacity, or (3) bars, with a total capacity of 750 lbs.

Item # Capacity Number
of Bars
Vehicle Year Color Status Price Quantity
H3233 500 lbs 2 2002-06
H3234 750 lbs 3 2002-06

The aerodynamic H3 aluminum roof rack system from Vantech adds extra cargo carrying options without adding excessive wind noise or drag. Each crossbar is designed with built in channels to mount adjustable ladder guides and other accessories. Installation is simple and does not require drilling; extra wide 8" bases mount directly to the van's drip rail. The H3 Sprinter roof bars are available in a set of two or three with a black or white powder coat finish. The two bar system supports up to 500 lbs (evenly distributed), while the three bar system can support up to 750 lbs of cargo (evenly distributed). Please Note: This system is designed for low-roof Sprinter models only.

  • Manufactured from durable aluminum with a black or white powder-coat finish
  • Measures 3" W x 1-1/2" H
  • 250 lb. weight capacity per bar
  • No drilling required
3" W x 1-1/2" H
250 lbs
Low Top Sprinter Vans

Product Features

  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Aerodynamic design for reduced wind noise and drag
  • Built in channels for easy accessory installation
  • Integrated tie down points in mounting bases
  • Sold in sets of 2 or 3 bars
  • Rubber end caps prevent wind noise and water build-up
  • Attaches to van drip rail; no drilling required
  • Large capacity: 500 lbs (two bar system), 750 lbs (three bar system)
  • Black or white powder coat finish
  • Fits 2002-2006 low roof Sprinter vans


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