Bed Rack System

Sherpa Is Making A Bed Rack for Toyota Tacomas And Other Pickups!

Sherpa Is Making A Bed Rack for Toyota Tacomas And Other Pickups!
The Sherpa Bed Rack System is Born

It is no doubt that bed racks are an amazing addition to any off-road or overland pickup alongside a quality roof rack system. Sherpa wanted to carry the knowledge of their tried and true rack systems into a modular bed rack that cultivates the same confidence-inducing storage on your truck. 

Crafted with the same stout 1/4" aluminum and stainless hardware our roof racks are built from we have been designing and testing this system over the last year. With many iterations, we have finally come close to the final version of this beastly bed rack for mid-size and full-size pickups. 

Mounting your gear shouldn't be a liability but something you can trust when bombing down dirt roads and crawling through the backcountry.

Built with Strength and Usability at the forefront of the design this bed rack will surely suit your needs for mounting all your accessories and organizing your gear on your pickup. 

Mounting to the factory bed rails on the Tacoma and the bed lip of other pickups the bed rack is a no-hassle install and incredibly strong. On the Tacoma application, it doesn't take up the entire bed rail like most bed rack systems on the market. Leaving room for other accessories or the factory tie downs so you're not only limited by those on the bed rack themselves.



The release date is still TBD, but a lot more information will be coming soon including all the cool features being packed into this backpack for your pickup.



Pictured is @derpiful 's 2nd Gen Toyota Tacoma built for adventure with:

- Sherpa Grand Teton Rack System

- Sherpa Bed Rack System

- Maxtrax Recovery Boards

- Roam 5ft Awnings

- CVT Mt. Hood Rooftop Tent

- Total Chaos Long Travel

- King Shocks

- 35" Falken Wildpeaks

- 17" Black Rhino Rumble Wheels

and much more! 

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