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ZROADZ’s Roof Rack for the New Bronco is a great addition for Bronco owners looking to mount a rooftop tent for cross-country trips or weekend getaways. This complete kit includes a ZROADZ Roof Rack, crossbars and a set of ZROADZ high-powered LED lights, and a custom wiring harness. The ZROADZ rack is a modular design that ships to your door and includes all necessary hardware for an easy install by utilizing factory mounting points. The included step-by-step instructions help you accomplish the complete install in just a few hours. A key feature in the design of the ZROADZ roof rack is the adjustable dual crossbars. These adjustable dual crossbars allow for most soft- or hard-shell tents, small or large to be positioned throughout the rack. Included in the kit is a complete front and rear-facing LED light source with (6) 3-inch White ZROADZ LED and (2) 3-inch Amber ZROADZ LED Pod Lights, (1) 30 Inch ZROADZ LED Single Row Light Bar, and a wiring harness. The ZROADZ roof rack is made from 1.5-inch round tubing, heavy gauge mild steel crossbars and comes standard with a 3 Stage Epoxy Based Black Powder coated finish. The ZROADZ Roof Rack for the Ford Bronco comes with a Limited 3 Year Warranty against Material and Workmanship and a 1 Year on the Finish.

Features & Benefits:

  • Modular Roof Rack with Crossbars
  • Available with (6) Forward facing 3 inch White and (2) Amber LED Pods, mounting brackets, wiring harness with fusible link, relay, toggle switch, and all necessary hardware
  • 1712 Lumens, 20 Watts, CREE 5W LED Chips per pod light and 14,652 Lumens, 150 Watts, CREE 5W LED Chips per LED Light Bar
  • Includes all necessary hardware and step by step instructions
  • Heavy Gauge Mild Steel Construction, 1.5 inch Round Tubing and Mild Step Crossbars
  • Low-Gloss Textured powder coated finish
  • Easy, bolt-on installation, no drilling required. Installs in less than 60 minutes with basic hand tools.
  • Accepts most soft- or hard-shell tents
  • Covered with a 3-year warranty against material and workmanship, 1-year warranty on the finish, Limited Lifetime Warranty on the ZROADZ lights
  • Manufactured by ZROADZ Off-Road Products in Corona, California. Made in the USA

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ZROADZ’s Roof Rack for the New Bronco is a great addition for Bronco owners looking to mount a rooftop tent for cross-country trips or weekend getaways. This complete kit includes a ZROADZ Roof Rack, crossbars and a set of ZROADZ high-powered LED lights, and a custom wiring harness. The ZROADZ rack is a modular design that ships to your door and includes all necessary hardware for an easy install by utilizing factory mounting points. The included step-by-step instructions help you accomplish the complete install in just a few hours. A key feature in the design of the ZROADZ roof rack is the adjustable dual crossbars. These adjustable dual crossbars allow for most soft- or hard-shell tents, small or large to be positioned throughout the rack. Included in the kit is a complete front and rear-facing LED light source with (6) 3-inch White ZROADZ LED and (2) 3-inch Amber ZROADZ LED Pod Lights, (1) 30 Inch ZROADZ LED Single Row Light Bar, and a wiring harness. The ZROADZ roof rack is made from 1.5-inch round tubing, heavy gauge mild steel crossbars and comes standard with a 3 Stage Epoxy Based Black Powder coated finish. The ZROADZ Roof Rack for the Ford Bronco comes with a Limited 3 Year Warranty against Material and Workmanship and a 1 Year on the Finish.

Features & Benefits:

  • Modular Roof Rack with Crossbars
  • Available with (6) Forward facing 3 inch White and (2) Amber LED Pods, mounting brackets, wiring harness with fusible link, relay, toggle switch, and all necessary hardware
  • 1712 Lumens, 20 Watts, CREE 5W LED Chips per pod light and 14,652 Lumens, 150 Watts, CREE 5W LED Chips per LED Light Bar
  • Includes all necessary hardware and step by step instructions
  • Heavy Gauge Mild Steel Construction, 1.5 inch Round Tubing and Mild Step Crossbars
  • Low-Gloss Textured powder coated finish
  • Easy, bolt-on installation, no drilling required. Installs in less than 60 minutes with basic hand tools.
  • Accepts most soft- or hard-shell tents
  • Covered with a 3-year warranty against material and workmanship, 1-year warranty on the finish, Limited Lifetime Warranty on the ZROADZ lights
  • Manufactured by ZROADZ Off-Road Products in Corona, California. Made in the USA

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What is the price, as shown, for the 2,4, door?
 

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This is an expensive one. I believe 4 door is roughly $2,400 and 2 door is $2,200. There are definitely more affordable ones out there that will do just as good as this one if not better.
 

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Can you still take off front/rear passenger panels? How about taking off the hard top? Time? Process?
 

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Can you still take off front/rear passenger panels? How about taking off the hard top? Time? Process?
I have only read that the front panels not the rear panel can be removed with the @ZROADZOFFICIAL roof rack. Other manufacturers like the Valkyrie and BadAss Tents racks are made with enough clearance for all three panels to be removed. I would love it it the @ZROADZOFFICIAL rack was capable of this. It is by far my favorite design.
 

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I've had this rack installed for a couple months now, its nice but a little spendy. Overall I don't regret having it, its solid and the install is somewhat straight forward. The Middle beams are free to be placed wherever you like (2 beams). If you leave the front part clear of the crossbeams you make it easier to remove the two front overhead panels. On the 4dr there are two fixed cross beams (over the rear section), 2dr has one.......photo below might show what I'm writing better.

I'm sure they'll be a ton of other racks on the way but this one like most, gives a lot of flexibility for future projects. I have some rear overhead ditch lights on mine and looking for some big lights up front, maybe a rooftop tent later.

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Can you still take off front/rear passenger panels? How about taking off the hard top? Time? Process?
On the 4 door the front panels are removeable not the back
 
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I assume this is MIC hard-top only?
Yes these two racks are for hard tops but there is a soft top rack coming soon. I will be sure to share development pics
 

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This is an expensive one. I believe 4 door is roughly $2,400 and 2 door is $2,200. There are definitely more affordable ones out there that will do just as good as this one if not better.
Those prices include different variations of lights that can be added. Slick, the 4 door rack is actually $1,890 and the 2 door is $1,690. Still the slightly more expensive option but it's also built with integrated light bars whereas the others are just plain Jane racks. You get a little more for your money.
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