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Old 06-26-2019, 01:30 PM
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Gobi Ranger Roof Rack off 2015 JKUR

It includes the sunroof insert, driver's side ladder, and the wind deflector. It's powder coated black. Has a little scuffing but really minor.

I'm also including a dual jerry can mount that's already attached to the sunroof insert, but it can be moved. The jerry can mount is made by Baja Rack and did fit the Gobi. Will accommodate the Nato Version of jerry cans. If you don't want it I'll take it off.

All nuts, bolts, washers are included. The only things you'll have to get on your own are the body pads that attach/adhere to the rear end of the tub. Also, the padding where the light bar contacts the front A-Pillar needs to be replaced as does the padding where the roof rack contacts the light bar.
Overall, it's in good shape. Just sitting around collecting dust.

**Edit: Bracketry in my package is meant for an OEM Rear Bumper.

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What a great deal! Wish I wasn’t on the other coast or I’d buy it


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Any idea if this will work with a hard top with the Sunrider front in place of the freedom panels?

Also curious what effect it has on MPG (unloaded) in your experience.

Definitely interested and I've been researching racks.

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What a great deal! Wish I wasn’t on the other coast or I’d buy it


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HAHA. Yeah well I wish you weren't on the other coast either! I appreciate you checking out the post though, thank you very much.
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Any idea if this will work with a hard top with the Sunrider front in place of the freedom panels?

Also curious what effect it has on MPG (unloaded) in your experience.

Definitely interested and I've been researching racks.

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I really don't know. I think that's a question for Gobi. After checking their website FAQ's and installation guide, I don't see any mention of compatibility with the Sunrider front. I've only had the freedom panels and that wasn't an issue.
As far as MPG, I lost 1.5 to 2 when I put it on. So it will affect performance and you will get wind noise. Nothing unbearable though.
That's really why I'm parting with it. The loss in performance and fuel was not worth the lack of use on my end. I installed an LOD rear bumper with the trail basket for added cargo space and that is fine for my needs.

Lastly, I don't think I mentioned that the bracketry is for a stock rear bumper. I will edit my post.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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