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One Tuff Truck Rack

Rated 4.00 out of 5

Spring Creek Manufacturing offers one of the most versatile clamp/bolt on truck racks on the market. Made from strong, durable high grade aluminum the racks are made to last. From lumber, ladders, canoes or kayaks, your hauling needs are covered. Rack includes two strong aluminum legs that can adjust from 24”-34” in height.  Plus, 65” non marking rubber top crossbar slides.

  • Lightweight yet extremely strong and durable aluminum.
  • Rust resistant.
  • Weight capacity up to 650lbs
  • One-time installation

Price is for one rack only.  

Will NOT work on the new Dodge 2013 Trucks with the tool boxes – Sorry!

Slide Rail System For One Tuff Truck Rack


Suction Cup Rack


Spring Creek’s Suction Cup Rack. Price is for ONE RACK.

These universal roof racks do not require any special clips for your car. The straps threads through your open doors. On station wagon or mini van the rear strap threads through the rear windows (if they open).

The suction cups mounts protect your roof. Top of racks are padded to protect your boats. Made of aluminum and stainless steel, so they never rust. Wide enough for two canoes, multiple kayaks, sailboats, ladders etc.

The telescoping arms double as loading bars. Racks are rated for 300 lbs., although your car’s roof may have a lower load limit.

Top of rack is 53″ or 65″ wide closed, and up 20″ more on each side with the loading bars extended. Extensions will adjust in increments to fit many possible size requirements.

The top rack bar is 2-3/16″ wide and 1- 1/2″ high.

Two loading bars and straps are included.

Please specify 53″ for smaller vehicles or 65″ for full sized vehicles.

Double Hitch Rack


An exclusive Spring Creek design.

All aluminum, this handy rack telescopes vertically up to the largest pickup height.

Approximately 68″. 36″ long horizontal bar is padded and comes with extension bars that will extend out approximately 20″.

Comes with our 2″ receiver blank.

It eliminates the need to unbolt your trailer ball from your receiver hitch.

Leave it permanently attached to your hitch rack, so mounting it on your truck is easy and convenient.

DIY Suction Cup Rack Kit


This kit, manufactured by Spring Creek Outfitters, provides all the parts you’ll need to convert a standard 2×4 into a rock-solid rack at an inexpensive price. You get everything to make ONE rack, including: two suction triangles, straps to attach to car, two eye pads and hardware.


To construct your rack, you first have to decide what length 2×4 you will need.

If you are going to be hauling two canoes, we would recommend using a 78” 2×4. If you are hauling only one canoe, use a 2×4 that is slightly larger than width of your vehicle.

Bolt the suction cup frames to the 2×4’s so the cups are to the outside edges of your roof, by drilling a 3/8” hole (or a little bigger, if you want to remove it later – to allow for wood swelling.)

Set the rack on the roof to see where to place the buckles and buckle holders to make sure they are pulling straight down and drill two other slightly over 3/8” holes and bolt on the buckle brackets. Then, place black eyepads on the ends of the 2×4’s where you wish, and bolt them on.

Black straps must be placed through the cab of vehicle by opening doors and then snugging down securely.

This includes hardware to make ONE rack.


Canoe / Kayak Load Stops


These sturdy little stops clamp on easily to our Spring Creek Rack. Use them to hold your loads from shifting. Also can be used on, Spring Creek’s Hitch Rack, Suction Cup Rack, Yakima, Barrecrafters or Thule Racks. Come in a set of four. Approximately

3″ high and 4″ wide. Set of 4.

Aluminum Receiver


Aluminum Receiver

8″ long, 1lb.

This 2″ receiver blank is convenient to use with the hitch rack.

It eliminates the need to unbolt your trailer ball from your receiver hitch.

Leave it permanently attached to your hitch rack, so mounting it on your truck is easy and convenient.

Offset Hitch Rack


Offset your Hitch Rack, to free up your ball for towing.

Ball bolts through one side of the offset and the Hitch Rack to the other.