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Just realized we forgot to let you guys know about our NEW Heavy duty Cross bar kits, sold individually, in stock and shipping since last week!

We engineered a solid 6061 billet aluminum machined mounting block and then powder coated matte black, that sets the bar 1" above the center of the vehicle for allow profile look to reduce drag and wind noise. It has no visible fasteners on the sides, only on the top that are inset to hide them. The sides have the same engraved style lines that the mirror deletes and locking center caps have, making them a family of parts. The cross bars anodized gloss black are a 1x3" heavy duty bar that will utilize 1/4"-20 hardware the same as Prinsu or other roof rack companies use. Weighing in at 4.20 lbs for the front bar and 4.6lbs for the longest rear bar.

We also designed some accessories to make them your own. Molle plate with mounting locations for the Maxtrax recovery boards, Amazon recovery boards, 2x Rotopax water containers, or anything else you want to mount to them. A root top tent riser kit that creates a mounting spot for your flip over style roof top tent. bridge kit and stop plates to make attaching straps to the bars easy. Lastly, because we hate wind noise, a custom rubber stripping that will fit into any of the channels, we recumbent if using Bar #1 to put this into he front leading channel.

And yes, any light bar (but Baja Designs are the BEST IMHO) can be easily mounted to the front bar on top.

Here are some pics on a customers car we just did the wrap, bars, locking wheel caps, BD 50" S8 light bar, he's got the full monte set up, hope you enjoy!

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Just realized we forgot to let you guys know about our NEW Heavy duty Cross bar kits, sold individually, in stock and shipping since last week!

We engineered a solid 6061 billet aluminum machined mounting block and then powder coated matte black, that sets the bar 1" above the center of the vehicle for allow profile look to reduce drag and wind noise. It has no visible fasteners on the sides, only on the top that are inset to hide them. The sides have the same engraved style lines that the mirror deletes and locking center caps have, making them a family of parts. The cross bars anodized gloss black are a 1x3" heavy duty bar that will utilize 1/4"-20 hardware the same as Prinsu or other roof rack companies use. Weighing in at 4.20 lbs for the front bar and 4.6lbs for the longest rear bar.

We also designed some accessories to make them your own. Molle plate with mounting locations for the Maxtrax recovery boards, Amazon recovery boards, 2x Rotopax water containers, or anything else you want to mount to them. A root top tent riser kit that creates a mounting spot for your flip over style roof top tent. bridge kit and stop plates to make attaching straps to the bars easy. Lastly, because we hate wind noise, a custom rubber stripping that will fit into any of the channels, we recumbent if using Bar #1 to put this into he front leading channel.

And yes, any light bar (but Baja Designs are the BEST IMHO) can be easily mounted to the front bar on top.

Here are some pics on a customers car we just did the wrap, bars, locking wheel caps, BD 50" S8 light bar, he's got the full monte set up, hope you enjoy!

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Period. Looks great. What I want to do with mine.
 

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Very nice, and executed well. 👍
 


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Is it only me? Weapons are stored internally! You’ve turned a F22 into a Fat Amy…
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No way, she looked badass!
 


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Trying to make a full rack to winch a small boat on top. Australians are the kings of doing this and then hook a trailer up on the back end.
AThe billet blocks won't work as your looking to do, but the new standoffs for the rack do exactly that.
 

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@CYBERTRUCKco I’m about to order, and the site asks for Coupon Codes. Is there any? Not try to be cheap, but a discount is a discount.
 
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