From the Warrior Products Site:
"SAFARI SPORT RACK The ultimate in sport racks, the Safari Sport Rack is a semi-permanent, modular system. As its base, two independent crossbars mount at the vehicle's windshield and rear tub areas as supports for lights, small watercraft, and/or a cargo basket. Quick release snapper pin disconnects on each crossbar leg allows them to be easily removed from the vehicle (this feature is not available for the Cherokee application). When a cargo basket is not affixed, the crossbars create a canoe and/or sailboard carrier. As light supports, the crossbars have tabs for mounting four in the front and two in the back. Black powder-coated to prevent corrosion, this rack has a carrying capacity of 400 lbs highway or 150 lbs off road."
Price: $80.00 Pros: good strongly built holds lots lots to tie too.Comes on and off easy. Cons: Had to come up with rubber to go around roof rack so the mounts tie tend enough to stop it from moving. Recommended? Yes
Price: $500.00 Pros: Strong. Able to slide out hard top without removing the rack. Has mounting brackets for lights. Cons: Must drill tub. Basket is smaller than competitors. Quick release pins rattle. Recommended? Yes
Comments: I've had the rack for several years now. It's invaluable to me.
It is very strong and I'd feel confident putting the maximum weight up there. Assembly was a little bit of a challenge.
You have to drill into your tub and you have to get it right the first time. Definitely a two to three person job to get the rack properly installed.
There are four mounting brackets on the front and four on the back for lights or what ever you want.
I wish the basket was longer. It doesn't cover the entire top of my Jeep and that's just wasted space.
There are a few spots now where the powder coat is coming off and I'll have to sand/repaint soon, but it's been nearly four years now so that's not bad considering how much abuse/use it gets.
The quick release pins have a ring that rattles on the cage bars and it can be annoying.
I bought mine for under $500 from Desert Rat. I see they still go for $500+