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2013 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Garvin Industries Track Rack for JK Wrangler - 44012 - 44012

Garvin Industries Track Rack for JK Wrangler - 44012

Garvin Industries | Part Number: GRV44012


  • 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


  • 2-door models
  • Black powder coat


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).


4.5 4.5
'08 JK garvin wilderness rack

Most of the time all of my hunting and fishing gear fits inside my rubicon, when I take the wife, some stuff has to go outside. The rack makes it easier to take a friend. Just make sure it is waterproofed.

from Brighton, Co |
Garvin is out front with Jeep parts

Nice rack, take your time, read the instructions twice. I laid out all the bolts before assembly. I sealed the bolts top and bottom to ensure no leaks. I took it out for a ride and no noise whatsoever. I did buy the air blade as well.

from Foothills of Colorado |

Question & Answers

2 Answered questions

This part installs on the rear section of the freedom panel option correct?

Asked by Bryan from CT on

Hi Bryan! Yes, it installs on the rear most section of the Freedom top. You'll still be able to remove the front portion.

Answered by Aaron S. from CT on

I guess I need to drill the top of my jeep, right..

Asked by Juan Baena from Medellin, Colombia, South America. on

Hello! Yes, you will have to drill the hardtop roof to install the Track Rack. Thank you!

Answered by Bob H from Medellin, Colombia, South America. on


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