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Thread: New Jeep LoD Roof Rack - $1600/obo

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    New Jeep LoD Roof Rack - $1600/obo

    The full price for this configuration new is $1798 plus shipping. PICKUP LOCALLY IN SAN DIEGO AREA. CASH ONLY.

    This is a brand new LoD Roof Rack that slides back and forth to an awning position which is great for camping and allows access to open the soft top. No other top on the market does this. Gobi racks are are the next best rack but they have to be fully unloaded and Gobi has an awkward upward hinge (15ft vertical) and no awning feature. This LoD rack holds 600lbs in the closed position and 300lbs open.

    Very solid steel heavy duty construction! I bought it and tried it out for a couple of weeks but it's not compatible with other upgrades I need for overland trips. It's been sitting in my garage since I took it off in the spring; so my guilt quotient is getting pretty high.

    It's in spotless condition and I have all the parts well labelled and sorted for pick-up. It works great and the installation was easy. No games, no haggling and I'm ready to sell now, price OBO. Ready for you to pick up in San Diego right away. Cash only.

    It's a over $200 off and NO shipping costs for you (another $150 to SD). See screen shot in the pics.

    This is an excellent and fair deal and I encourage you to check the LoD website and see the price comparison. You also don't have to wait 5-10 days for shipping and it saves you some time putting it together as the main frame is already constructed. Unboxing this rack took a hefty 2hrs! You avoid that too.

    This price also includes:
    Air Deflector
    Retractable Open Assist Handle
    Aluminum Floor Kit (orig. $299) (still in original plastic wrap)

    Video and mfr details here:
    http://www.lodoffroad.com/xcart/prod...roductid=16251

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    Nice sales pitch !BTW Welcome to WAL!
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    This should be good.

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    "Brand new" yet pictures of it mounted on your Jeep? I call that USED.

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    I'll give you a grand for the used rack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    In before the "I've been here for a year, only read posts, and participated by only reading all the great info here, I just didn't have anything to post until now. " Or something along those lines.
    So you're saying people say that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    In before the "I've been here for a year, only read posts, and participated by only reading all the great info here, I just didn't have anything to post until now. " Or something along those lines.
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