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11-18-2011 03:08 PM
JIMBOX Then either you are getting underneath the top and physically "lifting" it on, or you have a hoist and straps-


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Yes I have. Does it give you something better to grab onto?

I've taken my 4dr top off by myself. Putting it back on took someone else to help me line it up while I put it on.
If you can't see the advantage that is provided by my "rack", then you are happy with your method of top removal/reinstallation !

JIMBO
11-18-2011 02:47 PM
Arpd3
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Have you ever taken a Wrangler hardtop off ??

JIMBO
Yes I have. Does it give you something better to grab onto?

I've taken my 4dr top off by myself. Putting it back on took someone else to help me line it up while I put it on.
11-18-2011 01:59 PM
JIMBOX Have you ever taken a Wrangler hardtop off ??

JIMBO
11-18-2011 01:46 PM
Arpd3
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Heh Heh, Hi willee-




The Gobi/Garvin are great racks and several of our members havem on their jeeps and LIKEM-

Mine is an MBRP JKU Roof Rack, sold by MBRP and Quadratec-

It'll support over 750 lbs, but not only doesit assist the top removal, but it doesn't stay with the jeep !

So it's use, is ONLY WITH THE THE TOP ON !



There are basket/front windshield lite options too--

JIMBO
How does it assist with top removal?
11-18-2011 10:28 AM
MLPeep Love the Gobi rack. Alec at EAD Offroad can set you up.
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Hey guys, and what about the Gobi?
11-17-2011 03:53 PM
JIMBOX Heh Heh, Hi willee-


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Time for Jimbo to chime in
The Gobi/Garvin are great racks and several of our members havem on their jeeps and LIKEM-

Mine is an MBRP JKU Roof Rack, sold by MBRP and Quadratec-

It'll support over 750 lbs, but not only doesit assist the top removal, but it doesn't stay with the jeep !

So it's use, is ONLY WITH THE THE TOP ON !



There are basket/front windshield lite options too--

JIMBO
11-17-2011 03:44 PM
TroutSafari
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11-17-2011 02:39 PM
willee51
Where is he........

Time for Jimbo to chime in
11-17-2011 01:18 PM
DonPino Hey guys, and what about the Gobi?
11-17-2011 12:22 PM
NHrubicon
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I have Garvin's Wilderness Rack.... love it.
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11-17-2011 12:18 PM
CG3 I have Garvin's Wilderness Rack.... love it.
11-17-2011 12:06 PM
DonPino
Best Full Roof Cargo Rack

Hi guys,

Can you recommend a full roof cargo rack. I am looking to load my kitesurf equimpments and camping stuff overthere.

Thanks for your help.

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