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Anyone know who makes this roof rack?

Saw this on another forum. This is exactly the kind of roof rack I was hoping to find. Anyone know who makes it? Thanks in advance.



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Looks cool - but I would _not_ want to support the weight of a couple of people in the sheet metal of the rear quarter panels.

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Saw this on another forum. This is exactly the kind of roof rack I was hoping to find. Anyone know who makes it? Thanks in advance.

http://www.autoscout24.de/AllImages....=vnpj3v434ogz#

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Recvd an email response from the dealer saying that it's a custom rack. They were offering to sell the rack for 3,000 euros (not including shipping)...


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Looks cool - but I would _not_ want to support the weight of a couple of people in the sheet metal of the rear quarter panels.

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Agreed, but look closely. I think those are L-brackets that rest on top of the tub (under the hard top). Not to the side of the body.

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If you are looking for something more local than europe, check out this guy:
www.kmafabrication.com
He is in Coarsgold, just out side of Fresno. There are a couple racks he made on his site for the JK. You would just have to find the camper part on your own.

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Not the answer to your question, but adding a rooftop tent to a Gobi JK rack shouldn't be overly difficult.
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The more I look, the more I wanna' say that the Toy FJ Cruiser rack may be made by the same folks...

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