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2014 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Garvin Industries Crossbar Kit - 44097 - 44097

Garvin Industries Crossbar Kit - 44097

Garvin Industries | Part Number: GRV44097


  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock


  • 4-door models
  • Black powder coat
  • Compatible with Yakima products
  • 1-1/8 inch diameter crossbars
  • Includes track system
  • Made in the U.S.A


The JK crossbar kit was designed to mount to the JK 4 Door Hard-top. The system includes our own specially designed mounting track system (48 inch Aluminum Track) with steel backing plates. The 1-1/8 inch diameter steel crossbars are 58 inches long and are compatiable with Yakima products. Minor drilling is required for installation.


Question & Answers

4 Answered questions


Asked by Anna from on

Hi Anna the Garvin Industries Crossbar Kit can hold up to 200 pounds. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,

Answered by roy ext 4928 from on

What is the rated weight capacity of this kit?

Asked by Chad from Accokeek, MD on

Hi Chad the Garvin Industries Crossbar Kit will hold up to 200 pounds. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,

Answered by roy ext 4928 from Accokeek, MD on

How exactly does the roof tracking mount adhere to the roof? Is it necessary to drill through the roof? If so, what prevents it from leaking? Thx

Asked by Frank from Lake Havasu AZ on

Frank, the Garvin Industries Crossbar Kit will drill into the hardtop and it includes silicone to seal the holes back up once you put the bolts in. Hope this helps!

Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Lake Havasu AZ on

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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