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Old 02-13-2020, 11:37 PM #16
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and jump to post#37 within it for instructions. no need for any additional sealant etc. just make sure to use the OEM rubber washers or equivalent.
Thanks for the info, I read post 37 and not sure I caught it? here you say use factory washer. did you use the metal double hole washer/bracket from the pro?
The black rails I bought had no washer as it was worn off
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Thanks for the info, I read post 37 and not sure I caught it? here you say use factory washer. did you use the metal double hole washer/bracket from the pro?
The black rails I bought had no washer as it was worn off

it depends on what rack you are putting on after removing the pro rack.


- if you are using an after market rack, then use what the rack comes with

- if you are using a 2010-2013 Trail Edition rack then you will need to use the metal-double-hole-bracket before you put the rack on, and then use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.

- if you are using a non-Pro and non-2010-2013-Trail rack (which mean the standard silver, chrome, or the black 5th gen rails), then you do NOT use the metal-double-hole-bracket (that you found under the Pro tack) before you put the replacement rack on, but still use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.

BTW if the factory rubber washers are worn off like you said, then buy equivalent ones from a local hardware store. - or- you can buy a Toyota hardware kit that comes with bolts and the washers.

hope this helps.

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it depends on what rack you are putting on after removing the pro rack.


- if you are using an after market rack, then use what the rack comes with

- if you are using a 2010-2013 Trail Edition rack then you will need to use the metal-double-hole-bracket before you put the rack on, and then use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.

- if you are using a non-Pro and non-2010-2013-Trail rack (which mean the standard silver, chrome, or the black 5th gen rails), then you do NOT use the metal-double-hole-bracket (that you found under the Pro tack) before you put the replacement rack on, but still use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.


BTW if the factory rubber washers are worn off like you said, then but equivalent ones from a local hardware store.

hope this helps.
I know I'm just swapping my Pro rack for his 2020 Off Road with black rails. I would think the swap would be easy.
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it depends on what rack you are putting on after removing the pro rack.


- if you are using an after market rack, then use what the rack comes with

- if you are using a 2010-2013 Trail Edition rack then you will need to use the metal-double-hole-bracket before you put the rack on, and then use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.

- if you are using a non-Pro and non-2010-2013-Trail rack (which mean the standard silver, chrome, or the black 5th gen rails), then you do NOT use the metal-double-hole-bracket (that you found under the Pro tack) before you put the replacement rack on, but still use the rubber factory washers in-between the rack and the bolt.

BTW if the factory rubber washers are worn off like you said, then buy equivalent ones from a local hardware store. - or- you can buy a Toyota hardware kit that comes with bolts and the washers.

hope this helps.
Thanks, I went from pro rack to stock 2019 black rails. They do not sell a washer as the mounting bracket comes with a butyl type gasket attached, brackets cost I think 60 each wholesale. I imagine could have a thin butyl gasket made but I tried it myself and when tightening the rail down it.squished out the sides and did not seal
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