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2004 JEEP WRANGLER TJ  - Garvin Industries Overhead Expedition Rack - 34200 - 34200

Garvin Industries Overhead Expedition Rack - 34200

Garvin Industries | Part Number: GRV34200

Specifications

  • Drilling Required: Drilling Is Required
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • Roof Rack Type: Cargo Basket with Mounting Kit
  • Material: Steel

    TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Black powder coat
  • 3/4 inch square tubing with support brackets made from heavy-duty 1 inch square tubing
  • 300 pound carrying capacity
  • Accepts all Wilderness Rack Accessories
  • Minor drilling is required above and below the tail lights

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Our Garvin Wilderness Expedition Racks are designed to carry your gear wherever your trail takes you. The rack is designed to work with either hard or soft tops. The racks mount securely to the front windshield brackets and to the rear body of the Jeep in two locations. Drilling required for installation. The Expedition Rack can hold up to 300 lbs off-road or on road. Our specially engineered tilting feature allows you to raise the unloaded rack for lowering or raising the soft top.

Reviews

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Better than expected

I'm hard to impress, but this was very easy to install and looks great on my TJ LWB Ribicon. Adds a lot of options for hunting, camping, and carrying jacks, tools, and more lights. I haven't tried getting the top off yet with the rack on, but the extra time it will take is worth the extra storage capacity.


from East Texas |

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Manufacturer

Garvin Electrical Industries is a family business that is over a century old. It does business as a multinational corporation with manufacturing plants in the United States, Mexico, China and India. The story of how Garvin Electrical came to be a multinational behemoth is truly an American original. Samuel Suffrin Garvin immigrated to the United States in the 1800s to escape starving to death in Ireland due to the potato famine. He was a gifted engineer and ended up landing a spot in Thomas Edison's posse right when Edison was debuting the incandescent light bulb in 1893. He spun off from Edison and created his own successful business wiring homes and business in Chicago for electricity. Garvin had success and the company grew steadily over the years into an enterprise recognized worldwide. Shop Garvin Industries Now

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