Front Runner - Toyota Tundra Crew Max (2007-Current) Slimline II Roof Rack Kit / Low Profile
This 1560mm/61.4" long full-size Slimline II cargo roof rack kit contains the Slimline II Tray, Wind Deflector and 2 Low Profile Foot Rails to mount the Slimline II Tray to your Toyota Tundra Crew Max. Drilling is required for installation.
All Front Runner Rack Kits contain installation instructions as well as all the components needed to mount the Slimline II Tray to your vehicle.
All Front Runner Racks are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty*
For further information on installation, please see the fitment instructions in the INSTRUCTIONS tab.
1 x FATT003 - Toyota Tundra Crew Max (2014-Current) Foot Rails / Low Profile - by Front Runner
1 x RRSTJ08 - Slimline II Tray - 1425mm(W) X 1560mm(L) - by Front Runner
Black epoxy powder-coated T6 aluminium
3CR12 Stainless Steel
Approximate Installed Weight 22kg (49lbs)
The t-slots on the tops and bottoms of the rack tray slats and edge profiles accommodate standard 8mm bolts.
To determine the approximate height from your vehicle’s roof to the top of your Slimline II Roof Rack, add the height of the Slimline II Tray (50mm/ 2") to the height of the Foot, Grab-on Foot or Strap-On Foot listed above.
If your Slimline II Roof Rack kit uses Legs, add the height of the Slimline II Tray (50mm/ 2") to the height of the Legs to determine the height of the rack from your vehicle’s rain gutters.
If your Slimline II Roof Rack kit uses Foot Rails, add the height of the Slimline II Tray (50mm/ 2") to the height of the Foot Rails to determine the height of the rack from the crown (highest point) of the vehicles roof.
Width 450mm (18")
Length 1840mm (72")
Height 300mm (12")
Weight 26.2kg (57.6lbs)
Travel. Dream. Design. Build. Test. Evolve. Repeat.Front Runner Outfitters manufactureres high quality products that are manufactured in just outside Johannesburg, South Africa. Their roof racks, water tanks, tents, awnings, drawer systems and camping accessories are enjoyed, used and abused around the world by casual campers, the U.N., overlanders, NGOs, outdoor enthusiasts and extreme athletes.