Taking your Jeep Wrangler to a barren, off-road location nowadays does not always indicate leaving the gears of human being. Yakima wishes to assist you transport it along.
Yakima’s RibCage rooftop track systems for the Wrangler’s JL 4-door hardtop and also the Wrangler JK versions, each selling for $600, are created not even attachments as they’re implied to be incorporated with the cars.
According to Yakima, the freight tools firm based in the Pacific Northwest, these sturdy, on the surface placed track systems can work out tricky off-roads bring as much as 330 extra pounds of equipment in vibrant lots, and also as much as 825 extra pounds of fixed lots.
Both RibCage versions are irreversible hardtop setups and also equal with the exception of the certain elements that install to the Wrangler’s inner assistances. The firm claims that passengers require not stress over fracturing the Wrangler’s roofing– which would certainly not be an advantage– because the tracks are affixed to the cars’ inner roll cages.
RibCage’s components do not conflict with guest or freight area. The hardtop is still quickly detachable by unlocking the shelf’s inner assistances, according to the items’ specifications. Optional devices enable development of the system, Yakima claims.
” With RibCage, we paid attention to Jeep proprietors that were looking for an item that’s made particularly for requiring off-road usage,” claims Todd Scott of Yakima. “RibCage elevates bench of capability over the competitors, and also our strenuous in-lab and also real life screening approaches back that up. It’s an optimal pairing of inconspicuous practical track and also durable inner assistances.”
For compatibility demands, see Yakima’s RibCage product page.