The Rampage Rear Sport Rack is made from lightweight, durable steel. It features a simple no-drill installation using factory mounting points. When not in use, high pressure gas shocks pull and hold the tray upright and out of the way.
Installation was fairly easy. Makes additional use of storage space. Tack weld from factory broke first time it was used.
Doubles your space in the rear for groceries and the like. Best part about it is that you can put heavy stuff on the floor-tools, straps, etc...and put sleeping bags, groceries, tents on the rack. The rack also has a strut which holds it in the upward position for times when you need to put something tall in the back. This thing is heavy duty all steel construction, which means it is heavy; i kindof wished the tray was plastic and a little lighter. I think the shipping weight was about 50 pounds. The bottom of the tray is level with the bottom of the back window, so you wont even see the tray unless you unzip the back window. Not sure if this would work with the duster cover, doubt it. When I put the top down most of it rests on the back of the tray. This bolts into the floor where the rear seat belts are and then clamps to the roll bar near the back door. I love the extra space this gives me. Thinking about adding sheet metal to the sides of the frame to make a lockable trunk enclosure.
wish the space between the rack and the tailgate was smaller although with the top down it can't be seen. Have not encountered any rattles or noise that was brought up by another user, must have fixed it. havent taken off the doors and roof yet looking forward to summer and being able to leave some stuff in the back
It looks like with this in the upward position you can not see out the rear view mirror?
Asked by Robert from Pensacola, FL on
Robert, You are correct. when in the upright position, you will need to use your side mirrors. The Rear Sport Rack RPP86624. However, It is intended for a secure storage area and you should have it in the lowered position when driving.
Answered by Ken, ext4987 from Pensacola, FL on
Once installed how much space is below the rack for storage? Also, the rack hold a dog crate with two small dogs? And...how difficult and time consuming is the installation? I have a 2014 JK 2 door
Asked by Bev from Phoenix, AZ on
Bev, the Rampage Rear Sport Rack sits just about even with the top of the body tub so there will be around 15"-18" below the rack. As for the dogs I wouldn't recommend it unless you have very small dogs (Chihuahua or something of the sorts) Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Phoenix, AZ on
What is the footprint in inches or feet and what is the weight capacity?
Asked by Phil from Dallas, TX on
Hi Phil I contacted RPP but they are in the process of a move and the only dimensions he was able to give me was of the box, as he said it will be very close to this 45" long 26" wide and about 6" high. He said the load capacity would be 50-60 pounds from what he could remember on the Rear Sport Rack. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from Dallas, TX on
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