The Wilderness Trail Rack for the JK allows extra room for all your necessary gear. The rack is made from 3/4 inch square steel tubing and is black powdercoated. The trail rack mounts to factory holes in the tailgate and no drilling is required for installation. The trail rack is 32-1/2 inches wide by 17-1/2 inches deep by 5 inches high and is designed to hold 75 pounds of gear.
This Garvin Wilderness Rack is a great addition to the JK Wrangler Jeep. #44002 are the bracket mounts sold directly by Garvin Wilderness to attach the Roto-Packs.
This trail rack was just what I was looking for. I didn't want to put a swing out tire carrier on the wrangler Rubicon. Strong enough for holding extra fuel. Even works with the CB bracket still mounted on the tire carrier! A bit pricey but well-built and designed. Garvin does also make to fit the rack a CB bracket to get the antenna up higher but I like it low just over the roof.
My 2015 Unlimited Rubicon has a XRC Armor Rear Bumper with hitch & tire carrier (S/B76856-01) The eight bolts on the tailgate are not being used. Will this rack clear the stoplight mounted over the spare tire? This would take a minimum of 17 inches from the top of the tailgate to the top of the stoplight. What is the out to out dimension of the vertical leg of the trail rack mount? Thank you.
Asked by Akadog2 from Salida, Ca. on
Hello, Unfortunately the Garvin Industries Trail Rack is not designed to work with swing out tire carriers. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from Salida, Ca. on
Will this product work with a Terafelx HD adjustable tire carrier (part # TER4838150)?
Asked by I'veGotAJK from Florida on
Hey I'vegotajk, the Garvin Industries Trail Rack will not work with that tire carrier. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Florida on
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