Introducing the Revolutionary Ranger Design Max Rack
Quickest, safest, and most rugged drop down ladder racks for vans
Today’s high roof cargo vans are proving to be very popular among tradesmen. With increased headroom and more cargo space, they’re often the smart choice for many businesses.
However, it can be a real challenge to load a ladder onto a standard roof rack safely – without doing damage to the ladder, the vehicle or getting injured in the process. With this in mind, we used what we heard from tradesmen who owned high roof cargo vans, to design this innovative ladder rack system.
Ranger Design’s new gas shock assisted, drop down mechanism is the safest choice in ladder racks for vans. Unique with its REVOLUTIONARY SINGLE MOTION OPERATION, it’s proving to be the quickest, safest, and most rugged drop down ladder rack in the industry.
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THE STATE-OF-THE-ART MAX RACK IS:
Quicker: Because it lowers the ladder 50 inches in one simple motion. It will drop down exceptionally low, eliminating the need to reach above your head.
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Safer: It’s not necessary to stand below the Max Rack as it is raised or lowered. The operator stands safely to the rear of the vehicle.
Padlock is accessible from the ground, making it easier to secure the ladder.
More Rugged: The Max Rack was put through 4300 cycles of rigorous real world testing, so you know it’s tough.
4 Best Reasons to Use a Max Rack Drop Down Ladder Rack
- Avoids Potential Injury: The risk of back, neck or shoulder injury is greatly reduced because the worker is out of harm’s way when the ladder is loaded or unloaded; making the drop down operation much safer.
- Protects Your Investment: The Max Rack ensures that your expensive ladder it can be properly loaded and well secured. This protects both the ladder and the van from damage.
- Work Faster: By not having to struggle loading and unloading a ladder numerous times a day, time is saved. This allows more time to be spent on the job and can increase billing.
- More Cargo Capacity: Valuable interior space is gained when the ladder is stored on top of the van. This leaves more room for cargo and equipment.
Comparing Ranger Design Drop Down Ladder Racks To The Competition
|Ranger Design||Competition’s Products|
|No welding used in rack fabrication||Welded assembly with risk of weld failure|
|Rack lowers ladder 50” for easy access||Rack only lowers ladder 43”|
|A single motion moves the ladder to the fully-lowered position||Two stages of movement are required to move ladder to fully-lowered position|
|Operator stands behind the vehicle to lower the rack||Operator has to stand underneath the descending rack for the second stage|
|Single pull movement required to retract rack||Operator must reach over their head and push rack upwards|
|Rack movement is assisted by a gas-powered shock||Rack movement is dampened by a gas shock, but not assisted|
|Rack is locked in the closed position by gas powered shock||Rack can bounce up and down in the closed position|
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