Constructed of 3/4 inch square tubing with support brackets made from 1 inch heavy duty square tubing, accepts all Wilderness rack accessories. The Freedom Top front sections can be removed without removing the rack. Rack tilts back for easy lowering of soft-top or removal of hard-top. Some minor drilling is required above and below the tail lights.
I've got a 2011 jku wrangler with a AEV snorkel Will this rack fit
Asked by KEITH from GOLD COAST AUSTRALIA on
Keith, the Garvin Industries Overhead Expedition Rack for JK Wrangler Unlimited will work just fine with that snorkel. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from GOLD COAST AUSTRALIA on
Would the Smittybilt Overlander Roof Top tent work with this rack?
Asked by Surfer19 from Murrieta, CA on
Hello Surfer19, The Garvin Industries Overhead Expedition Rack for JK Wrangler Unlimited will work great with the Smittybilt Overlander Roof Top Tent. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Adam from Murrieta, CA on
How high does the rack go when tilted back? I was planning on getting a Lange hoist to help taking off my Unlimited hard top, I obviously need enough clearance with the garage ceiling (I think I have about 13-14 feet). Since the rack tilts back, it seems awkward to remove the back part of the hard top. How does Garvin recommend removing the top?
Asked by Bob from Charlotte, NC on
Hello Bob, The Garvin Industries Overhead Expedition Rack for JK Wrangler Unlimited tilts back so you can remove the top even with 13 to 14 feet we will be cutting it close. I was unable to get a hold of Garvin Industries due to the holiday weekend but if you can give us a call on monday we can get some more info for you.
Answered by Matt C EXT 4831 from Charlotte, NC on
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