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Putco Venture TEC Rack 2016-2021 Toyota Tacoma 5' (Short Bed)


PUTCO’s VentureTEC Modular Cargo System begins with a sleek bed rack designed to provide endless mounting options through its patent-pending TEC channel system. Constructed using high quality, lightweight 6061 t6 aluminum, this cargo system allows you to bring anything on-the-go!. The VentureTEC Modular Cargo System is engineered to mount to any truck. There are several different mounting options. The stake pocket mounts can be used for any truck with stake pockets and allow for the uninterrupted use of a tonneau Cover. (** Tonneau covers will not work with the Tacomas **)There are options as well for non- stake pocket trucks. The VentureTEC MCS comes in different sizes to accomodate the many different truck options on the market.

Product Features:

  • Lightweight and strong all 6061 T6 Aluminum construction
  • Pass through channel for in-stanchion wire routing
  • CNC 7 axis bending for exact vehicle cab contour
  • TEC channels for accessory modifications
  • No Drill Installation stake pocket
  • High Impact durable black powder coat finish
  • 500lb tie-down strength
  • Ready built to integrate a Putco LED Work Blade (sold separately)
  • Compatible with all Putco TEC accessories (Tie Downs, Hand Grips, Light Bars)
  • Designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA by PUTCO INC.
  • Putco exclusive patent pending extrusion tube
  • Works with all modern tonneau covers
  • Backed by Putco's limited lifetime warranty on material defects and failure

Weight Capacity: 

  • 1000lbs Statics
  • 600lbs Dynamic
  • 300lbs Off-Road Dynamic

Vehicle Fitment:

  • 2016 - 2021 Toyota Tacoma 
  • Tonneau bed covers are not compatible with the Tacoma racks as they mount to the inside of the bed

Installation Instructions

Venture TEC - Full Flyer

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