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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2006 11:50 pm 
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That is awesome! By far one of the best roof setups for the kj I've seen to date.


And Al, you talk about it like you've retired from the kj world! nooooooooooooo :shock:

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Is it alright to put stuff on the roof, any scratching the clear coat or anything? how much weight alone can the roof hold? I am making my own roof rack, but i do not have a welder and i will be using the stock mounts kinda like you did kjhawaii. Maybe line-x the roof but then againi don't know about how much weight that will add?


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I like it. It looks like even if you did have the moon roof it would still open with that rack. Hummmmmmmm

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love how it goes all the way foward, good work man :D

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What are the odds of getting some dimensions for that "lumber rack"?? It looks like a great design! (With a few modifications :twisted: )

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I can prolly get some measurement of mine tomorrow if you want, mine is pretty much the same as his with some different modifications

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That sounds good :D

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ok it'll prolly be about 10:30pm before I can get the measurements and posted but I will try to get it done tonight for ya

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ok here you are, I almost forgot but I made it up in paint the end that is the widest is the Front and the narrow is the rear

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if you have any questions just ask

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rack looks great and so does that red clay...i was in Kauai for alttle bit and dreamed of going off roading there...i did the 4wheeler tour groups...like the end caps on the rims also...different and low profile...i think this jeep is one of the best so far...keep up the pics :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Home Made "Lumber Rack" with Hellas
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Hi KJHawaii!

If possible please, could post the pics of your rack again? I red this thread some months ago and you rack was very nice! :D
Maybe I try to imitate yours...if I can... :oops:

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man.... i wish i could weld that roof rack opens a whole new world of ideas for me. hey what about instead of a flip over shelter just buy a retractable awning and mount it up?

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