Truck Roof Racks (1 Viewer)


Sep 5, 2020
I have a toyota tacoma (2007) and am looking for a cheap roof rack box to give myself a little extra storage. Are there any website that sell decently affordable ones?
We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!

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If you are an avid Craigslister, as I am, you can find them there if you are paient. People damage them - sometimes very minor - then give them away instead of repairing. I am talking Thule and Yakima, which cost big bucks.

Don’t know where in California you are, but here is a cheap Thule for sale:

There are actually lots for sale on C.L. pretty cheap at any given time.
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Matt Derrick

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Aug 4, 2006
Austin, TX
i agree with @Faceplant, as someone that has looked into these storage boxes, they are exorbitantly expensive a lot of the time ($500+). you're best off looking at craigslist or (shudder) FB marketplace for used versions.

some alternatives you might consider would be this one from amazon, which is huge for the price ($220), I can fit my entire body in it: JEGS 90098 Rooftop Cargo Carrier | 18 cu. ft | Waterproof | Made in USA: Automotive -

additionally, if you want to go to the super-cheap route, this collapsing weather-proof roof bag is actually quite good, i used it for a cross country trip and it worked great ($60): Keeper 07203-1 Waterproof Roof Top Cargo Bag (15 Cubic Feet): Automotive -


Feb 29, 2016
Omaha , Nebraska
I used this one from Omaha through South Dakota to butte Montana down through yellowstone and denver/Colorado springs back to Omaha with my tool boxes on it an ax and a shovel , it was super cheap ill ask my girl where she ordered it it was like $60 or something and did EXACTLY what your wanting cleared space in our truck to move around .


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Feb 29, 2016
Omaha , Nebraska actually wanting to but a second one to clear up even more space and probably another husky tool box ($50 and water proof) .
Works great I just organized everything in dry bags so I new what was what by the color of the bottom of the bag so i didnt have to sort through a mountain of stuff and have a bum explosion looking for socks lol

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