I have a Gravin Wilderness Tailgate Trail rack I'm going to sale. Here is a link to what I'm talking about, http://www.4wd.com/shop/productdetai...oductsku=34000
Mine has been sand blasted and treated with Line-X. I also replaced most of the bolts with stainless steel. If you get this rack from someone else I would highly recommend doing the same as the powder coating scratches with use, and surface rust develops quickly. Other advantages are Line-X keeps things from sliding around and it looks way better. So why would I sell this awsome rack? After installation I realized if you have both the expedition rack, and the tailgate rack with gas can mounts like I do you can't tilt the expedition rack to remove the soft top
so it's got to go. I'm really looking for someone with a '04 (or so) white jeep so we can trade tailgates. This would help the buyer because it's 90% installed once the rack is mounted on the tailgate, and me because mounting it required me to drill 11 holes in my tailgate. As you can see from the above link this is not a cheap rack over $600 without the LineX or stainless hardware! $440 for the rack, $80 X 2 for the gas can mounts. I also paid $200 to Line X both the expedition and tailgate racks and about $150 replacing the bolts for both racks. If you could include a white tailgate swap I would sell the tailgate rack with can mounts (and cans with local pickup in Watertown NY area) for $400.00.