Defender racks are made from 16-gauge, fully welded, 1" round steel tubing and finished in a textured black powder coat. Aerodynamic styling blends well with todays vehicle designs. Welded light tabs (4 front & 2 rear) and integrated flooring maximizes functionality. Multiple mounting options offer a secure attachment to any vehicle. The Defender line is produced to exacting standards, and built for years of trouble-free use. Ease of installation is always at the forefront of our designs.
I have an 04 Tacoma Regular Cab and would like to mount it to the roof, but am not sure what hardware I need. Is there anything that mounts to the door frame rather than needing to drill into the roof? Thanks.
HB from on
Thanks for the inquiry HB, the Smittybilt Defender Welded One Piece Roof Rack part # S/B40204 the part # for the mount is S/BAM-4.
Hi, I have a 2003 toyota tacoma 2 door with a shell. What would be the best way to mount it on the truck? and could it be mounted on the shell?
Quinn from on
The only way to mount it to the shell is with the S/BAM-4 mount kit. That would be your only option unless you had a custom bracket built. Thank you for the question.
Will the fit my 2010 chevy silverado 4x4 4dr crew cab
Josh from El paso texas on
Yes, the Smittybilt Defender Welded One Piece Roof Rack S/B40204 will fit your vehicle application. Thank you.
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