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Backrack Original Headache Rack
From:  $226.80
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Backrack Safety Headache Rack
From:  $296.10
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Backrack Louvered Headache Rack
From:  $315.00
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Backrack Tool Box Bracket Kits
Backrack Tool Box Bracket Kits
From:  $132.30
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Backrack Open Headache Rack
Backrack Open Headache Rack
From:  $226.80
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Backrack Half Louvered Headache Rack
Backrack Half Louvered Headache Rack
From:  $315.00
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Dee Zee Mesh Headache Rack
Dee Zee Mesh Headache Rack
From:  $854.61
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Backrack Three Light Headache Rack
From:  $415.80
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Backrack Half Safety Headache Rack
Backrack Half Safety Headache Rack
From:  $315.00
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Go Industries Flat Iron Headache Rack
Go Industries Flat Iron Headache Rack
From:  $468.26
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Headache racks, also known as truck cab racks, protect the rear window of your truck from shifting cargo by fully framing it and covering the glass. Whether you’re looking for a steel or aluminum headache rack to protect the cab of your truck, RealTruck.com has the best rear window guards to choose from. We carry both black and polished steel racks to upgrade the look and utility of your truck.

PROTECTION & SUPERIOR FUNCTION

Made from aluminum or stainless steel, headache racks are corrosion resistant and all of RealTruck’s trusted brands offer three-year, five year, or limited lifetime warranties. All styles provide rugged construction ready to withstand the elements and protect your cab from damage. Available finishes include clear coat, black powder and white powder.

INSTALLATION & CUSTOMIZATION

Many headache racks can be customized with additional accessories, such as aftermarket LED lights and tool racks. Many product lines offer clamp-on installation, which makes it easy to remove if needed. No drilling is required on most trucks.