System One Utility Rig™ for service bodies is available for 8′, 9′, and 11′ bodies and is available in the I.T.S. (heavy) series. The Utility Trak is first attached to the top surface of the body using concealed bolts. One, two or three free-standing trusses can be mounted and dismounted with ease anywhere along the length of the Trak. This configuration lends itself well to loading and unloading with forklifts. Since the distance between the top of a service body and the roof of the truck varies, legs for service bodies are ordered based on the height difference of the top of the body to the top of the cab roof. We stock legs in even number sizes starting from 12″, so we have the will have the right size parts regardless of the differential in height of your truck.
The Utility Rig comes with Ladder Life anti-wear inserts on each cross member, Ladder Glide low friction insert on rear cross member, side stops on all four upper corners, and choice of 66 color inserts.
For bodies lacking enough field area to mount Utility Traks, such as those with top opening compartments, a standard Pick-Up Trak™ usually works. With the top-opening lid occupying the space where the Utility trak would normally mount, the only space left to utilize is the inside corner and the small stationery ledge near the compartment hinge. This is a common configuration and the effect of mounting the traks inboard from where they would normally be is that the crossmembers are accordingly narrower.
|All 8′ Bodies with std and extended cabs (uses 96″ Trak)||SO-URUB96|
|All 9′ Bodies with std and extended cabs (uses 106.75″ Trak)||SO-URUB106.75|
|All 11′ Bodies with std and extended cabs (uses 132″ Trak)||SO-URUB132|
Please call to spec your service body rack
NOTE: The photo of Utility Rig shows optional accessories: Work Winch, 6″ Conduit Carrier, and Sliding Cargo Anchor. These and other accessories can be found and ordered separately in the Accessories tab below.
For California Customers:
This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Black which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.