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Old 12-05-2010, 04:14 PM   #1
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Luggage storage rack !

Hi all I'm new here

I Love the new Wranglers and hoping too have one soon.
I rented a 2010 Sahara 4 door for the day.
Drove it mostly highway about 250 kilometers with the wife and 2 kids.
I liked everything about the Jeep except I did find it a bit sluggish, not much power at high speed but I guess thats a good thing for me with 2 young kids !
Anyway been looking and am kind of hooked on the looks of the 2 door,I read the specs and it seems rear leg, hip and shoulder space is virtually the same for the 2 and 4 door. And the kids are young and flexible enough to jump in and out of the back seats with only 2 Doors..My main concern is that there is no TRUNK !..Are storage racks available for these jeeps ? I know that racks are avaiable for bikes skis canoes etc..Anything on the market that can fit, hold 2 bags of groceries ?
Thx for your help

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Old 12-05-2010, 05:44 PM   #2
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The added storage and more towing capacity are the main reasons I got the 4 door. And I agree, passing at high way speeds are difficult, but I love my jeep so I don't mind the extra time in it.

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Old 12-05-2010, 06:00 PM   #3
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there are several options for luggage/storage racks above the rear tire, inside the Jeep, and even over the hardtop/soft top.

take a look at the quadratec link below for just a couple options...
Jeep Cargo & Sport Racks - Quadratec


2010 JK - Mountain Edition
i spend way too much money on it... that's all

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Old 12-05-2010, 08:34 PM   #4
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Great, Thanks for the link.
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