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Ranger Design Access Stow Ladder Rack

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New Ranger Design Roof Rack

The all new Ranger Design Access Stow Ladder Rack is just another roof rack worthy of your toughest job. Add this easy to use design to your next upfit to give your fleet the advantage to outperform the competition. Engineered to save time and reduce chances of injury while loading your ladder rack after a long day!

Safety First

This rear loading rack slides your ladder down to ground level, eliminating injuries from stretching or climbing up onto the van roof.
Polyester straps keep the ladder secured tightly on the rack, and a military grade locking mechanism locks the rack in place while driving.

Double the Efficiency

The Access Stow’s double-width option is designed to carry two extension ladders for extra efficiency. The single-width option can also be paired with other Ranger Design racks for optimal use.
Access Stow Ladder Rack - double side

Simplistic Design

Loading and unloading your ladder with the Access Stow is an easy, single-stage operation that only takes seconds. Assembly and installation of the Access Stow is also a fast process to ensure your van is ready to go as quickly as possible.

OVERALL BENEFITS

Ranger Design’s all new access stow ladder rack gives fleets another option when it comes to increasing work efficiency and safety on the job. The last thing anyone wants is to throw a back out after a long day on the job. This simple, yet effect ladder rack design decreases your chances of injury with an ergonomic drop down design, along with military grade locking mechanisms that lock the rack in place while driving. 

To see all Ranger Design access stow ladder racks, scroll down below and. select your future ladder rack!

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