Ford 150 Truck Heavy-Duty Headache Racks With Optional Third Brake Light Launch

Published June 10, 2024

The new heavy-duty headache racks are suitable for Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Ford, and Toyota vehicles manufactured between 1978 and 2020. The racks come in black or white powder coat finishes and can fit a range of 16 models, including the 1500 (half-ton capacity), the Ford F-150, the F-250 LT Supercrew, and the Ram 1500.

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The racks fit all full-size pickups, with 6-inch by 2-inch steel top tubes and 2-inch by 2-inch bottom and vertical tubes. Each rack also has a large 24-inch by 3-inch heavy-duty foot, giving the rack extra strength and allowing toolboxes to be mounted on top. Additionally, the rack's large 3/16-inch louvers - slatted panels covering the rear of the cab - will protect the cab window.

Drivers who will be operating in low-light conditions or inclement weather, or who want to increase the aesthetic appeal of their vehicles, will appreciate the racks' LED red and clear lights. The LED lights can also serve as an optional third brake light.

The company offers a three-year warranty on the headache racks' materials and workmanship and a six-month warranty on their finishes. Go Industries is confident its headache racks are built to last and made with high-quality materials and craftsmanship.

About Go Industries, Inc.

Go Industries, Inc. has been in business since 1978, when it started producing 11-gauge steel tailgate protectors for workmen's pickup trucks. Today, the company has grown to serve commercial fleets and law enforcement as well. Besides headache racks, Go Industries' manufacturing facility in Richardson, TX produces bumper replacements, cargo rack systems, and law enforcement accessories like push bumpers and skid plates.

"With over 37 years of experience in metal fabrication, we bring unmatched quality and superior workmanship to customers who deserve only the best," a company representative said. "Our products today are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities utilizing computer-controlled manufacturing equipment and robotic welding machines."

Learn more at:

Go Industries Inc

420 N Grove Rd
United States

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