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Old 07-20-2020, 07:39 PM #1
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I want to buy a full roof rack for my 3rd gen. I was wondering what are you guys thoughts on them. In other words your input would help me to make a expensive decision 🤫
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There are some pics of what I did on my 98;
1998 3/4 long low profile basket on proline rails
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I want to buy a full roof rack for my 3rd gen. I was wondering what are you guys thoughts on them. In other words your input would help me to make a expensive decision ��
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I'm a big fan of the Prinsu due to the fact that it's a little more sleek and not as "tall" as the Sherpa. And it allows you to easily run a 40" low profile light bar on it, all tucked in tight to the rack. Very good quality but friggin $1k. (not to mention about that much more for a quality light bar too)
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just for fun and just asking...did you do a search on this forum for roof racks....you will see lots...unless your trying to limit to just the two brands you list....then this new thread is more specific and works.
I myself am running a full roof rack...a curt...with some modifications
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I had originally thought to use a Curt but they are not wide enough without using crossbars for the Proline tracks.
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I did my research on line . To be honest I did not use this site to do it. I do like the 2 I mentioned. But I want to make sure I donít miss out on any other style before I buy it. Thank yíall
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I had originally thought to use a Curt but they are not wide enough without using crossbars for the Proline tracks.
that is true, and I do wish that the curt was a few inches wider but does work with cross bars
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You can also make your own with some aluminum sheet metal and a few t-slots. Mine cost about $400...hardest part was measuring everything out and constantly test fitting it.

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