Unaka ProMaster Roof Rack 8020 Adapter Brackets - Set of 2

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8020 Style Aluminum Extrusion is a popular DIY material and it makes the great base for a flexible roof rack system.  The only trick is how do you attach this extrusion to the roof of your Ram Promaster.  Don't worry, we are here to help.  Combine a Set of our 8020 Adapter Brackets with each set of our Ram Promaster Roof Rack Brackets and you will be good to go.

We designed our 8020 brackets so that when you mount your cross bars flush with your side rails you only have a 1/2" clearance between the bottom of your cross bars and the highest point of your roof.  Our 8020 Adapter Brackets are precision laser cut out of 5052 Aluminum, formed, and then black anodized for that extra corrosion resistance and a nice finished look.  Our formed bracket design is bent just over 90 degrees to compensate for the slight roof angles where your rack brackets attach to.  Each bracket includes the hardware you need to secure your 15 Series (1.5") Aluminum Extrusion 8020 Profile to our bracket. 

As always if you have any questions about how to use these brackets, how to install them, common configurations, or other questions about your project let us know.  We are here to help!

Features and Benefits

  • Robust Design
  • Easy to Install
  • Light Weight
  • Black Anodized 5052 Aluminum is made to withstand all of mother nature's harshest environments
  • Black Zink Hardware
  • Designed for minimum cross bar clearance over the highest roof point 

Rack Bracket Set Includes

  • 2 x Black Anodized Laser Cut and Formed 8020 Adapter Brackets
  • 2 x Hardware Kits which includes two Black Zink Plated 5/16"-18 Flanged Button Head Cap Screws and 5/16" T-nuts for 15 Series Aluminum Extrusion. 

Installation Notes:

  1. We recommend adding some Blue 242 Loctite to the threads of your bolts when you do the final installation.  Even though we do not expect any, we recommend that you periodically check the hardware to ensure that nothing has loosened over time.