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06-02-2010 10:04 PM
spleify Nevermind I found it

Thanks
06-02-2010 10:02 PM
spleify Thanks for the info Jimbo! It doesny look like they have much Jeep stuff anymore though, unless I am just missing it.

I really dig that rack though.

Thanks again for all the help!
06-02-2010 09:54 PM
JIMBOX Heh Heh, well it attach's to the side of the top, but


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Originally Posted by spleify View Post
Wow nice looking machine, thanks for the pics. WHat kind of roof rack is that? Does it just attach to the top? Where can I pick one of those up?

Thanks again!
On the inside are brackets that it bolts too and they attach to the jeep tub, the rack will support over 700lbs and I've seen it withover 1100lbs on it

There's no strain on the top, it's all taken by the jeep tub

The rack is Canadian and is mbrpinc.com
They have full racks with baskets and a front light bar, you'll have to goto the website to see em, my jeeps in there advertisements

I don't know what the costs are now and my rack was the first prototype

The company has been dealing in exhaust and accessories for the US for a long time--good company



JIMBO
06-02-2010 09:37 PM
spleify Wow nice looking machine, thanks for the pics. WHat kind of roof rack is that? Does it just attach to the top? Where can I pick one of those up?

Thanks again!
06-02-2010 08:44 PM
JIMBOX Sorry, I'd take some quick pic's if my jeep was here in Ca, but it ain't


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Originally Posted by spleify View Post
Jimbo, do you have any more pics of that setup to show it a little better?

Thanks






Thats about the best I can do now and I won't be in Nevada till 2nd week of June, thats where my jeep is !!

Good luck

JIMBO
06-02-2010 08:15 PM
spleify Jimbo, do you have any more pics of that setup to show it a little better?

Thanks
06-02-2010 07:36 PM
JIMBOX They're not as heavy duty as welded one, but they do replace the stock rock rails !!


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Jimbo, are those welded on or bolted on. It looks like they might welded to the stock rock rails. Either that or they replace the stock rails.
They are all powder coated and many bolts

They are very strong, I use my HiLift jack in the middle to rotate my tires !!

Good luck

JIMBO
06-02-2010 07:08 PM
DGriz Jimbo, are those welded on or bolted on. It looks like they might welded to the stock rock rails. Either that or they replace the stock rails.
06-02-2010 01:05 PM
JIMBOX ----NO, you can't, but


You can buy some Olympic "Rock Rails" for under $300 bucks and put some 3M anti-skid tape on top and they are perfect steps and also "sliders" for the rocks and tree stumps



My wife is 5'4" and has no trouble with my lifted JK !!

JIMBO
06-02-2010 01:04 PM
spleify And for aesthetics, the wife likes the way they look!
06-02-2010 12:54 PM
spleify So it makes it easier for the wife to get in it. Can I add the step pads and keep the rock slides
06-02-2010 10:52 AM
iamagolfspaz It would work but you have a Rubi. It came with Rock Rails. Why would you add Tube Steps?
06-02-2010 09:24 AM
spleify
Good step bars for under $200

Hi all, I am looking to add some tube step bars to my 2007 Rubicon. I would like some tubular 90 degree ones, and be textured and try and stay under $200.

Will these ones work, or is there a better deal out there to be had?

Rugged Ridge 11590.05 - Rugged Ridge Side Step Bars for 07-10 Jeep® Wrangler JK 2 Door - Quadratec

Thanks

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