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Hey all,
Starting a thread for all options of roof racks. If you have one please post a pic and share the manufacturer info! Tells us what your loving or hating about it.

Rhino rack pioneer platform in 2 sizes:
60x49” recommended on rhinorack.com
76x49” I think fits the size of the roof better and gives a good overhang to mount a light bar to the rack (next upgrade)

60x49 rhino rack with low pro SX legs
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76x49 rhino rack with low pro sx legs

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sx100 legs
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Escape2Bronco

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Hey all,
Starting a thread for all options of roof racks. If you have one please post a pic and share the manufacturer info! Tells us what your loving or hating about it.

Rhino rack pioneer platform in 2 sizes:
60x49” recommended on rhinorack.com
76x49” I think fits the size of the roof better and gives a good overhand to mount a light bar to the rack (next upgrade)

60x49 rhino rack with low pro SX legs
5E078A7D-65F4-476A-A1D3-ED3D6D715667.jpeg
2F069E22-F648-4101-932F-0867D4C9AC15.jpeg


76x49 rhino rack with low pro sx legs

111C4BB2-480E-49C1-9FB2-0A3B4FF4D587.jpeg
Nice rack! :cool:
 

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Look at the size of that rack! 😅
 


thegadgetfish

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Inno Roof Deck 100 - 43.25” x 39.25”

Pros: Good affordable option at $495.
Quality is great, and very lightweight. I can lift the whole thing up by myself. Really like how it looks, and REALLY easy to take on and off.

Cons: Pretty limited, as the t-slots are positioned weirdly- either at a 45 degree angle, or on the side. Doesn’t have options for accessories such as rotopax mounts. Fine if you’re just looking to strap things down though.

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I'm torn between a Rhino rack mounted on crossbars and the YuccaMFG rack. Weight is a wash between the two, but the ability to take the platform off to reconfigure the roof appeals, but that ability is negated by a style with Yucca that never needs to be removed. Since pickup of my BS could be as early as today I need to make a decision soon.
 

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Hey all,
Starting a thread for all options of roof racks. If you have one please post a pic and share the manufacturer info! Tells us what your loving or hating about it.

Rhino rack pioneer platform in 2 sizes:
60x49” recommended on rhinorack.com
76x49” I think fits the size of the roof better and gives a good overhang to mount a light bar to the rack (next upgrade)

60x49 rhino rack with low pro SX legs
5E078A7D-65F4-476A-A1D3-ED3D6D715667.jpeg
2F069E22-F648-4101-932F-0867D4C9AC15.jpeg


76x49 rhino rack with low pro sx legs

111C4BB2-480E-49C1-9FB2-0A3B4FF4D587.jpeg


sx100 legs
12C7FFAE-924C-470D-B13D-8F5C0C6E2E4B.jpeg
Like those legs....are they the serial number SX100H? Thanks.
 


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I'm torn between a Rhino rack mounted on crossbars and the YuccaMFG rack. Weight is a wash between the two, but the ability to take the platform off to reconfigure the roof appeals, but that ability is negated by a style with Yucca that never needs to be removed. Since pickup of my BS could be as early as today I need to make a decision soon.
I took it off once but it was off till I needed it again. I've actually been thinking of pulling it with these ridiculous gas prices right now. I like the look of the yucca, but knowing I can take it down, move to my next vehicle, or sell to someone else. Those all weighed in to which platform I chose.
 

 
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