Meet The New Atlas SE

Published Aug 17, 2018 Michael Mroczek pairs this 9-foot long by 8-foot high Atlas glass truck body with the popular Ford F250 Bed-Delete for display at GlassBuild America 2018. Its new features are engineered to upgrade capacity for transporting more glass per trip. Glass carrying bottom ledges are 8-inches deep, 3-inches deeper than our standard ledge, and run the full length of the rack uninterrupted by fenders. The rear of the rack is equipped with a 2-foot long telescoping, horizontal extension to support wider sheets of glass. There’s also a newly designed goal post-to-front bumper metal carrier with new low-friction plastic cross-bar covers that prevent scratches and make it easier slide on long pieces of storefront window frame.

The Atlas’s aluminum body and inner and outer glass racks are engineered to weigh less for maximum payload capacity. Racks feature posts and slats made from strong, custom aluminum extrusions to support glass; full-length horizontal and vertical padding to protect glass’s surface; and fabrication with Huck® aircraft-grade fasteners that are superior to welds for joining aluminum. A steel sub-frame provides a rigid glass transport platform and a stable connection to the vehicle’s frame.

A flat, interior slip-resistant deck accessed by a rear step-bumper provides ample floor space for crates and tools. Adjust-a-poles with triangular neoprene cleats are included for securing cargo of varying thickness and optional E-track and straps are installed on the inside and outside racks. MyGlassTruck will also be displaying durable super-poles with scissor-style cleats and the 2nd ledge system for storing glass on the upper section of the rack when the ledge is occupied. Call 1-844-364-4022 or visit for more. If you are coming to GlassBuild in Las Vegas be sure to stop by booth #719 to see the new Atlas SE in person.