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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    That is awesome! Super strong! What’s the weight capacity?
    Static (Closed Position) = 800lbs
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    Obviously it has some clearance for the hard top to come up and be pulled backwards, can we get pictures of the side supports and along the roof line? Curious to see how tight it hugs the body.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abntroop View Post
    Obviously it has some clearance for the hard top to come up and be pulled backwards, can we get pictures of the side supports and along the roof line? Curious to see how tight it hugs the body.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
    Working on pictures as we speak, hope to have them posted by the end of the day!
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    sorry for got this one

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    Is there a need to drill any holes? Or using pre-existing mounting points?

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    Never been a fan of roof racks but this is a way cool design. Nice Job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chkoh View Post
    Is there a need to drill any holes? Or using pre-existing mounting points?
    Yes you do have to drill a few holes, however they are hidden behind the tail lights and front windshield cowl. So no holes in the visible body work!

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    guys here are a few more picts. hope you guys like them.

    roof rack tent and legs.jpgroof rack tent legs side.jpgroof rack gear.jpg

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    That's a really slick set up.
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