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Old 07-14-2021, 05:23 AM #31
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Does anyone know of a dual (or single) jerry can carrier that mounts to the Gobi ladder but is able to swing out so I can still have access to use the ladder?
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Old 07-15-2021, 11:15 AM #32
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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.
The mesh floor was probably the largest factor in choosing the Gobi - incredible utility and the kids LOVE getting up there when unloaded. Just throw a Mexican blanket up there and snacks via underhand toss and life is easy.
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Does anyone know of a dual (or single) jerry can carrier that mounts to the Gobi ladder but is able to swing out so I can still have access to use the ladder?
Would love this option as well.
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The mesh floor was probably the largest factor in choosing the Gobi - incredible utility and the kids LOVE getting up there when unloaded. Just throw a Mexican blanket up there and snacks via underhand toss and life is easy.
Yup. My kids love hanging out on the roof when we camp. It's also great for taking photos when you're at a busy place like a national park. You can get above the traffic.
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I have the ARB awning brackets and the ratchet strap bracket. Im very pleased with both. I just use bungees for the traction boards.
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Has anyone mounted a propane mount on the ladder or on the Gobi rack itself? I am looking for a simple solution to carry my 5 lb tank.
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