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Old 05-14-2012, 08:17 AM   #1
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Fold up cargo rack

Posted in the wrong forum meant to put it here...

Will be needing a cargo rack for when I go hunting in the fall and would like one that clears the spare on my Jk and is also able to fold up to get it out of my way. I tried measuring and it comes out to where I would need a 12" extension to the hitch plus the fold up rack. I was than thinking when I get bigger tires that would change the distance so should I just go with an 18" extension to be safe?

Anyone with any first hand experience or in sights?

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Old 05-14-2012, 08:23 AM   #2
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I've never been a fan of those hitch mounted racks. I would just get a roof rack for gear and keep a tarp in case you need to haul game in the backseat area. That's what I do anyways

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That's an option but I also go fishing a lot and there's no way Im going to put 10-15 Carp after bowfishing in the back of my jeep hah!
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