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Unread 10-03-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
JC_LJ
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LJ and Garvin

So I found a Garvin roof rack from a 4 Runner 48x60 (no exocage mounting) via craigslist for pretty cheap. I've got an LJ and after a recent camping trip, I definitely need more storage.

I'd love to snatch this up, but what would I need to do to get her installed? I'm afraid that if I use an explorer roof rack, the thing will sit way too high on the Jeep --rack measures 6 inches high. But, drilling through the hard top is a little scary...I'm not looking to throw 200 lbs up there. Just want to get the annoying stuff that takes up lots of space out of the way.

Any ideas on which route to take?

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