Huntsville, ON (Nov 27, 2009) : Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP has the stowage solution for all the gear you’ll need for your next off road adventure. With our new Modular Roof Rack kits for the two or four door Jeep JK you can pile on the heaviest load without any difficulty. That’s because our rack’s heavy walled 2” mandrel bent tubing distributes the cargo weight to the vehicle body. Add a cargo basket or extension kit and there will be nothing that you can’t load on.
The rack is a simple bolt on install, drilling of the hard top is required. Each kit comes complete with all necessary hardware as well as precision cut gaskets that go between the roof and the rack mounts to ensure a leak free seal once the rack is installed. The rack design features an adjustable cross bar system that will virtually allow 100's of different including most Thule and Yakima racks. Carrying bikes, canoes, a kayak or skis and snowboards will be a pleasure.
The strength of this patented roof rack comes from a robust infrastructure we mount on the inside of the Jeep. With this bolted into place all weight from the cargo is distributed down to the tub or body of the Jeep. The roof rack makes it very simple to remove or install the hard top by providing solid lift points for manual use or with a lift system. The rack and hard top can be stored without ever having to take them apart.
Each rack system ships common carrier and is not "truck freight" so shipping is not an issue.
Find out more about Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Inc. at www.mbrp.com or call toll free at 888-636-7223.
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