The Garvin Wilderness Track Racks were designed especially for fiberglass tops and vehicle applications that do not have O.E.M. factory racks. The track system incorporates two aluminum black powder coated strips, specially designed roof rack mounting brackets and all mounting hardware. The mounting tracks are included with rack. The Track Racks are available in either the Off Road Series(6 inch rails) or Sport Series(4 inch rails).
Hi. Can I install this track rack on my 2 doors jk wrangler. If not, do you produce a track rack for the 2doors version? Thanks
Asked by Silvio from Olbia, Sardinia, Italy on
Hi Silvio, This Garvin Industries Track Rack for JK Wrangler Unlimited is available for the 2 door models, here's the link and thank you for your inquiry. http://www.4wd.com/Exterior-Parts-Car-Care/Track-Rack.aspx?t_c=3&t_s=82&t_pt=3426&t_pn=GRV44012
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Olbia, Sardinia, Italy on
I am assuming that the cargo basket can be removed from the rails for garage parking ?
Asked by BC from So. Cal on
BC, The basket is removable when used with the Garvin Industries Track Rack for JK Wrangler Unlimited. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from So. Cal on
Est capacity weight ? With a 4 inch basket what is the added height with basket and rails ?
Asked by curly from xenia ohio on
Hi Curly, Garvin Industries does not list the weight capacity on this Track Rack. It comes with the necessary brackets to mount the JK 4 door hard top, once installed it will be about 7" high. We'd estimate the weight capacity between 200-300 lbs. It is a heavy duty design that weighs about 62 lbs. Thank you for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G from xenia ohio on
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