Stainless Steel Door Enclosed Headache Racks & VADER Rack
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Polished mirror stainless steel doors with "X-effect".
Strong, lightweight aluminum body.
Lockable chrome stainless handles.
Quarter-inch pin stainless steel hinges.
Weather-resistant rain gutter design with automotive bulb seal.
3-point U-bolt lag mounting.
Chain racks on each side with one loose shelf in the middle.
"Flat" (1315) and "Curved" (1314) models available.
Suggested Mounting Kit: U-Bolt Mounting Kits: 17" Part #: 1906 or 21" Part #: 1907
MetalGear’s Supermodel of Storage.
Iconic MetalGear’s stainless steel headache rack is by far the best looking and among the best performing standard enclosed headache racks that we make. Featuring polished stainless steel doors and a lightweight aluminum body, there is plenty of durable, useful storage space in this stainless steel headache rack. Truckers love the added storage space that an enclosed headache rack offers, so we added the bonus of badass good looks as well.
Configuration options available for our enclosed stainless steel headache racks. For additional information or to inquire about custom configurations, please contact us.
As stated in the NSC Standard 10: Cargo Securement, Divsion 5 – Front End Structures – Application 23(3) A cab shield (Headache rack) is not and front end structure or part of a cargo securement system. Therefore NO D.O.T. requirements/approvals are applicable.
- Headache racks cannot meet the requirements of CFR 393.114.a. Cargo must be in contact with the front end structure for the CFR 393.114.a to apply.
Iconic MetalGear promotes that all operators be in compliance with all other load securement requirements as stated in 393.100 to 393.142.
“As per the Ministry of Transportations “Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator’s Safety Manual” the following applies:
Within Module 14 – Cargo Securement, it refers to requirements that are adopted from the National Safety Code (NSC) Standard 10, Cargo Securement, as the standard for securing loads in Ontario. Referenced in the subsection “Requirements for Securement Devices” it talks to Front End structures and that the rules concerning this topic are included in NSC Standard 10.
NSC Standard 10: Cargo Securement, Division 5- Front End Structures – Application 23(3) A cab shield (Headache rack) is not a front end structure or part of a cargo securement system.”
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