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Hoping to get a solid single-source thread on roof rack accessories, best ideas, best practices, etc. I searched a bit but no luck so here we are. Doesn’t have to be GOBI specific though I’m sure mounting hardware won’t be universal.

Sure lights, but which ones and why? Wiring tips?

Shovel / hi-lift mounts? Of course, but for less than the classic $175?

Best full-coverage awnings for a full rack?

Ladder mounts - flag carriers? Radio antennas?

I know there are a lot of folks who - through trial and error - have some solid wisdom to share.
I have both the ARB awning brackets and the large toolbox. The brackets are great and solid on bumpy trails but the only gripe I have is that they stick the awning itself out a few inches more than I think they need to. It doesn't sit flush with the outside of the rack. Still, a good bracket system and it's worked perfectly. I have three, but you can purchase them as a set of two or three.

Here's a link to an earlier post I made about the large toolbox:

Gobi Large Toolbox

Not a bad box, I got it for free, just big enough for an ARB puncture kit and a few ratchet straps and such.
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For an actual flag or like a desert whip?
Actual flag. Wanted something a little heavy duty for the drive speeds. Rago fab has something but was curious what else is out there. Ive been looking at RV ladder pole mounts but they are intended for parked RVs...
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Anyone know if those K9 Maxtrax mounts work with the eBay knockoff Maxtrax?
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Anyone know if those K9 Maxtrax mounts work with the eBay knockoff Maxtrax?
If the holes line up... they might. Even then the MaxTrax use a keyhole like design where most of the knockoffs just use a round hole.
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Hoping to get a solid single-source thread on roof rack accessories, best ideas, best practices, etc. I searched a bit but no luck so here we are. Doesn’t have to be GOBI specific though I’m sure mounting hardware won’t be universal.

Sure lights, but which ones and why? Wiring tips?

Shovel / hi-lift mounts? Of course, but for less than the classic $175?

Best full-coverage awnings for a full rack?

Ladder mounts - flag carriers? Radio antennas?

I know there are a lot of folks who - through trial and error - have some solid wisdom to share.
Wisdom? Buy a front runner. Haha!

ok, but seriously - the Gobi looks cool and is TOP quality welds, but in actual practice is a PITA to mount stuff too. IMO, as I do own one. Fitting your hand underneath the mesh is very hard to mount things and you need to be very patient with a socket wrench (and a towel to protect your paint while you squeeze under it). In comparison, the frontrunner mounting is so easy (after trying it) if i were to do it again I would invest there. 100%! The mounting system they have is so easy its like cheating and instantly adjustable.

Anywho, this is about the Gobi:

To mount to the mesh, buy a lot of 1-1.5 inch washers. ;-) I have two rotopax mounted using their lockable mounts of course and a lot of washers (8 in total - 1 for each screw) to mount them to the mesh.

For my frontrunner wolfpacks, I use their "Stratchets", which are AWESOME and totally replaced my unwieldy standard cargo straps and bought the frontrunner eyeloops. You dont need the frontrunner eyeloops but for $12 bucks it was an easy order.

I mounted the eyeloop tiedowns using a 1.5 inch (#M8 hole size) to mount them securely to the Gobi:

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Stratchits - by Front Runner

I used the black version of these so they blend in when i am not packin' on top:
Stainless Steel Tie Down Rings - by Front Runner

I do not mount things to the side tube of the Gobi because i think it is trendy and dumb. What is the point of having a roof rack if you have maxtraxx and shovels and crap mounted to the SIDE of it. (Although I can buy the excuse of quick access for the shovel). Still, it just seems silly to me.

For the shovel, I see many using Quickfists. Easy peasy but you still have to mount the darn things.

Speaking of shovels, if you have the money and want cool points, Agency 6 make a great one WITH a mount that will clamp to your Gobi. They are super cool guys, so call them to check the tube diameter. You might need to get some inner rubber rings as the Gobi is 1" and this mount is bigger (call them to confirm).
A6™ Shovel / Mount Combo - Red

Again, that is for pure cool point, because the price on that ($190) is um...to be desired for something that digs a hole and you can get a great one for $20. (I went with a Rhino USA Folding Survival Shovel w/Pick).
Amazon.com : Rhino USA Folding Survival Shovel w/Pick - Heavy Duty Carbon Steel Military Style Entrenching Tool for Off Road, Camping, Gardening, Beach, Digging Dirt, Sand, Mud & Snow - Guaranteed for Life! : Sports & Outdoors


Finally, just another point on the usability for the folks who are trying to make the decision, as I literally was dealing with this issue today - as I just bought a new thing to mount, and now must adjust the rotopax mounts on one side. With the gobi, this will be a 15-20 minute coordinated process. For the frontrunner it is seconds.
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Anyone use some sort of s ring to place into the mesh and then connect a ratchet strap? Seems like all my ratchet straps have hooks that are too large to fit into the mesh, or too small to fit over the tubing...
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Anyone use some sort of s ring to place into the mesh and then connect a ratchet strap? Seems like all my ratchet straps have hooks that are too large to fit into the mesh, or too small to fit over the tubing...

This is what Gobi makes for that purpose. Spendy of course lol



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GOBI Roof Rack Accessories - whatchya got?

Ive got a Rhino Rack done awning mounted on the rear. The awning is out of production now but Gobi still sell the brackets.
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Anyone use some sort of s ring to place into the mesh and then connect a ratchet strap? Seems like all my ratchet straps have hooks that are too large to fit into the mesh, or too small to fit over the tubing...

I wrap the straps around the tube a couple of times then fix the hook back onto the strap. Worked for me the times Ive had to move stuff.


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Wisdom? Buy a front runner. Haha!

ok, but seriously - the Gobi looks cool and is TOP quality welds, but in actual practice is a PITA to mount stuff too. IMO, as I do own one. Fitting your hand underneath the mesh is very hard to mount things and you need to be very patient with a socket wrench (and a towel to protect your paint while you squeeze under it). In comparison, the frontrunner mounting is so easy (after trying it) if i were to do it again I would invest there. 100%! The mounting system they have is so easy its like cheating and instantly adjustable.

Anywho, this is about the Gobi:

To mount to the mesh, buy a lot of 1-1.5 inch washers. ;-) I have two rotopax mounted using their lockable mounts of course and a lot of washers (8 in total - 1 for each screw) to mount them to the mesh.

For my frontrunner wolfpacks, I use their "Stratchets", which are AWESOME and totally replaced my unwieldy standard cargo straps and bought the frontrunner eyeloops. You dont need the frontrunner eyeloops but for $12 bucks it was an easy order.

I mounted the eyeloop tiedowns using a 1.5 inch (#M8 hole size) to mount them securely to the Gobi:

Links:
Stratchits - by Front Runner

I used the black version of these so they blend in when i am not packin' on top:
Stainless Steel Tie Down Rings - by Front Runner

I do not mount things to the side tube of the Gobi because i think it is trendy and dumb. What is the point of having a roof rack if you have maxtraxx and shovels and crap mounted to the SIDE of it. (Although I can buy the excuse of quick access for the shovel). Still, it just seems silly to me.

For the shovel, I see many using Quickfists. Easy peasy but you still have to mount the darn things.

Speaking of shovels, if you have the money and want cool points, Agency 6 make a great one WITH a mount that will clamp to your Gobi. They are super cool guys, so call them to check the tube diameter. You might need to get some inner rubber rings as the Gobi is 1" and this mount is bigger (call them to confirm).
A6GOBI Roof Rack Accessories - whatchya got? Shovel / Mount Combo - Red

Again, that is for pure cool point, because the price on that ($190) is um...to be desired for something that digs a hole and you can get a great one for $20. (I went with a Rhino USA Folding Survival Shovel w/Pick).
Amazon.com : Rhino USA Folding Survival Shovel w/Pick - Heavy Duty Carbon Steel Military Style Entrenching Tool for Off Road, Camping, Gardening, Beach, Digging Dirt, Sand, Mud & Snow - Guaranteed for Life! : Sports & Outdoors


Finally, just another point on the usability for the folks who are trying to make the decision, as I literally was dealing with this issue today - as I just bought a new thing to mount, and now must adjust the rotopax mounts on one side. With the gobi, this will be a 15-20 minute coordinated process. For the frontrunner it is seconds.

Front runner certainly is easy. But no way I was drilling holes in the roof of my brand new rig. Plus by the spec sheets the front runner weights more. I went with Gobi for versatility. I can use it as a box type rack in the winter with no tent on. I can remove the sunroof section. I mount skis and snowboards on it in the winter. I can mount a roof top tent on it. Yes its a pain compared to the front runner.

I went with the no rise stealth option.

But like I said no way Im drilling holes in the roof and putting rivnuts in. If Frontrunner made a no drill option I would have gone with that. Plus with nothing on the roof I think the Gobi wind with style points hands down.

Plus the ladder is great for accessing the roof.


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This is what Gobi makes for that purpose. Spendy of course lol

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I have a Gobi Stealth rack on order and have been looking at methods for tying stuff down to the mesh. Mounting some of those M8 eye bolts like Frontrunner sells is fine if you know where you are going to (semi)permanently mount something, since you have to reach underneath to affix them.
I have not seen much in the way of alternatives to the Gobi delta hooks, and was considering making some. Another off-road website states that they are 3/8 steel rod with a plastic coating. Im pretty sure I could make some out of stainless rod using a torch and vise. I do not have a rod bending tool, though. Just wondering if anyone has tried it or has a decent alternative.
$35/pair is just a bit more than I want to pay and Ive constructed alternative gear myself and saved some money but Ive also had some fails, lol.
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I have a Gobi Stealth rack on order and have been looking at methods for tying stuff down to the mesh. Mounting some of those M8 eye bolts like Frontrunner sells is fine if you know where you are going to (semi)permanently mount something, since you have to reach underneath to affix them.
I have not seen much in the way of alternatives to the Gobi delta hooks, and was considering making some. Another off-road website states that they are 3/8 steel rod with a plastic coating. I’m pretty sure I could make some out of stainless rod using a torch and vise. I do not have a rod bending tool, though. Just wondering if anyone has tried it or has a decent alternative.
$35/pair is just a bit more than I want to pay and I’ve constructed alternative gear myself and saved some money but I’ve also had some fails, lol.



I use these. Cheap and work fine.



1 inch Vinyl Coated Wire Hook | Tie Down Hardware | RatchetStrapsUSA

Also, if you don't want to waste a lot of money on traction board mounts, this is what I do. Two 4 ft. "endless" ratchet straps, and a short tarp strap for the shovel. Also, a gun lock to hopefully prevent theft.





I will never understand the people that say it's hard to mount stuff to a Gobi. I chose this rack because I can mount anything, anywhere. I have a collection of different lengths of tarp straps and ratchets straps, hook style and endless style. I can mount anything I want without planning. Just throw a bag, a box, a pile of firewood, whatever. No thinking, throw it up there and strap it down quickly.
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1 inch Vinyl Coated Wire Hook | Tie Down Hardware | RatchetStrapsUSA

Also, if you don't want to waste a lot of money on traction board mounts, this is what I do. Two 4 ft. "endless" ratchet straps, and a short tarp strap for the shovel. Also, a gun lock to hopefully prevent theft.





I will never understand the people that say it's hard to mount stuff to a Gobi. I chose this rack because I can mount anything, anywhere. I have a collection of different lengths of tarp straps and ratchets straps, hook style and endless style. I can mount anything I want without planning. Just throw a bag, a box, a pile of firewood, whatever. No thinking, throw it up there and strap it down quickly.
Probably easier to just toss a nut and bolt in a slot on the unirail aluminum racks, but the options are endless for a Gobi.

Gobi and other basket mesh floor racks definitely have more utility. The aluminum crossbar racks require either someone to sell adapters, or you to be able to move the rails around to meet the dimensions of whatever you are mounting.

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Probably easier to just toss a nut and bolt in a slot on the unirail aluminum racks, but the options are endless for a Gobi.

Gobi and other basket mesh floor racks definitely have more utility. The aluminum crossbar racks require either someone to sell adapters, or you to be able to move the rails around to meet the dimensions of whatever you are mounting.
Yeah, I debated long and hard about the aluminum rack vs. the Gobi before I went with Gobi. Generally, Im a form follows function guy, but I just liked the look of the round steel tubing on the Gobi and the traversible mesh floor.
If I were designing a roof rack (and wouldnt get sued by Gobi if I decided to sell it), I would make it identical to Gobi, but build with aluminum and incorporate slots in the crossmembers for eyebolt tiedowns. I suppose the flooring would have to be thicker in order to be traversible.
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