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Old 01/19/16, 05:31 PM   #1
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Roof rack for BC soft top

As some of you know the BC Broncos Soft Top was originally designed to support a roof rack and basket. Well the long awaited roof rack is here with options for a long and short basket.

We designed this new system to mount right to the soft top frame so you can carry long stuff on your Bronco top like lumber, Kayaks, surf boards, snow boards or a canoe. This will also give you a place to mount other mounts like bike racks and the like, we have so far put over 300 Lbs in the smaller basket without any issue.
We designed 2 versions of a roof basket a 48" (over rear) or 70" (front to rear). Both are pre-made to mount a Rigid LED light bar on the front or rear and spot lights all the way around.
We used round tubing on all four sides of the rack so you have many options like the Fourtreksí high lift mount and dual shovel/ax mount or the ARB awning mounts. We are also testing the ARB tent as an additional option. Easy 4 Bolt breakdown convent for storage.


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Old 01/19/16, 06:59 PM   #2
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Oh yea.....that's the stuff right there.

I used to carry a canoe on the surf racks on my hard top. I used to say, "I can't run a soft top....where would I put the canoe?"

Your top is bad ass Jason.

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Old 01/19/16, 07:57 PM   #3
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That's a pretty slick set up. Pricing? What else is in store for your soft top? A headliner? Half cab option?
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Old 01/21/16, 03:38 AM   #4
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That's a pretty slick set up. Pricing? What else is in store for your soft top? A headliner? Half cab option?
Chuck has said that there is an insulated headliner, but I have looked and it is not on their website.

... I've got skills, ingenuity and no regard for maintaining any kind of historical preservation or authenticity...My Dad called that sick and wrong
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Old 01/21/16, 11:43 AM   #5
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Chuck has said that there is an insulated headliner, but I have looked and it is not on their website.
I've checked out the website too and couldn't find the roof rack either.
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Old 01/21/16, 08:50 PM   #6
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Here is a photo that I found on an old thread that I saved. I want one for my top. I am hoping it will quiet it down a bit and help as an insulator in winter and summer.
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Old 01/23/16, 09:40 PM   #7
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I've checked out the website too and couldn't find the roof rack either.
We are still testing the headliner we are trying 2 versions and making sure the guy making them will be able to reproduce them everytime once we choose the design we like best. The rack should be up this week.

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Old 01/23/16, 10:00 PM   #8
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Here are a few of the options we offer thanks to luke at Fourtrex great stuff so versatile.
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Old 01/31/16, 09:43 PM   #9
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Ok Guys we have some pricing.

The Roof Rack (66-51100) only is $110 raw. The Roof Rack is two bars mounted to the soft top allowing you to carry surf boards, canoes, kayaks, 2x4's and other long stuff or a way to mount an ARB tent, the long or the short basket.

The short basket (66-51111) is 4' long and mounts to our Roof Rack and is $299 raw.

The long basket (66-51121) is about 75" long and mounts to our Roof Rack and is $349 raw.

This new picture shows the ARB awning mounted only to the Roof Rack without using the basket.
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Old 06/06/16, 03:14 PM   #10
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Good stuff Jason. Bump for ya. Hadn't seen this before.

Great product

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Old 02/26/18, 09:36 PM   #11
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Jason, I see that you have to make a hole in the soft top for the fasteners. Is there any reinforcement to prevent the material from ripping in the future/without the bars in place. I really like it but the holes in the canvas worry me.
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Old 04/14/18, 09:28 AM   #12
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Obviously im not Jason but he explained to me that I should burn the holes with sodiering gun and it will melt canvas like melting ends of a rope to prevent unraveling
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any new developments on the headliner?
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Old 05/17/18, 09:16 PM   #14
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any new developments on the headliner?
Yeah Iím waiting to find out I want one as soon as they are made!

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Yeah Iím waiting to find out I want one as soon as they are made!
On another thread Chuck said they didn't make them because the didn't think they would sell many.

I told him if he didn't make any and advertise any he would never sell any.
Still no change.

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