KC M-RACKS performance roof rack for Toyota Tundra trucks uses a low profile all aluminum design and functional features like integrated LED light mounts and crossbars with track mounts to meet your cargo carrying needs.
-KC M-RACK Roof Rack for 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra CrewMax Trucks
-Precise Vehicle Specific Low Profile Contoured Design: Typically only adds 2.75" to peak vehicle height
-Integrated mounting design for Front, Side and Rear lighting
-Designed to fit KC 50" Gravity LED Pro6 Light Bar or KC 50" C-Series Curved LED Light Bar
-Optional KC 9814 Provides 4 x KC C-Series Area Lights for Added Peripheral Light Illumination
-Lightweight All-Aluminum Construction
-Engineered to Support Full OEM Rated Load Capacity of your vehicle
-Horizontal Cross Bars with Hardware Tracks offer endless accessory mounting options
-Designed, Engineered and Made in the USA
KC SIGNATURE PRECISION DESIGN AND FIT
KC M-RACK roof racks offer low profile aerodynamics and strength, with modularity to meet your cargo carrying needs.Utilizing a lightweight all aluminum construction, KC M-RACKs only weigh only around 25 lbs, practically unchanging your vehicle's center of gravity or factory curb weight. Our roof racks provide you peace of mind, minimizing roof clearance while maximizing cargo carrying capacity.
Using advanced vehicle scanning, 3D modeling and precision laser cutting, KC M-RACKs are engineered specifically for your 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra CrewMax truck's roofline. What you get is a precise, form fitting design that contours the roofline of your vehicle and eliminating any unsightly gaps or awkward positioning often found with standard "Universal" roof rack offerings on the market.
INTEGRATED PRACTICALITY AND MODULARITY
KC M-RACKs are designed to scale with your needs. From the integrated light mounts for the front, sides and rear to our unique hardware tracks expanding what you can do with your rack are endless.
Before placing a load on your M-RACK, please consult your vehicle manufacturer's guide to avoid exceeding the roof's maximum capacity for load. Weight will shift forward, backward and side-to-side during travel, which will put strain on the roof mounting points.