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post #1 of 4 Old 08-03-2016, 05:23 AM Thread Starter
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Must-Have: The Most Advanced Roof Rack for Jeep Wrangler by Go Rhino

If you've ever thought that it would be nice to have a possibility to load more cargo or camping gear on your Jeep while you're off the pavement, than our all-new roof rack is an ideal solution for you. Thanks to years of engineering experience, Go Rhino created a roof rack of the next generation. Featuring a well thought out design, their Rack will not only enhance the versatility and cargo capacity of your Jeep, but it also features a wide range of LED light bar brackets that would accommodate pretty much any type of off-road lights. Being manufactured from galvanized steel, it is also covered with textured black finish for even better look, higher corrosion and damage resistance.

Find the best roof rack configuration for your Jeep at CARiD;

Go RhinoŽ - SRM100 Roof Rack









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* Perfect Fit For: 2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler;
* No Drilling Required;
* Lights are not included;


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Looks cool and all, but where does it attach?

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Looks like gutter mounts for the front, and a bracket that screws in for the back. Not sure why the post says "no drilling".

Go RhinoŽ - Jeep Wrangler 2010 SRM100 Roof Rack

Edit: It says "no Drilling" because it looks like it's designed to mount to crossbars. A little misleading.

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@ Turk

@ kbiv is absolutely right, these roof racks attach directly to the crossbars using special knobs and U-bolt mounting hardware provided in the kit. Yet, if your JK has a naked roof, optional alternative installation kits are available.

Here is a detailed installation instruction for this rack: http://www.gorhino.com/images/ePIM/o...917200T-en.pdf

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