If this could somehow mount and allow the soft top to be on (I almost don’t care about opening) I’d love it. I want something I can use a roof top tent.
Someone mentioned the curved deflector on the front. I too would like to see maybe a flat piece instead: not a dealbreaker but does look off IMO.We do not have a set in number for rating. Once we test the product we will be able to offer a number to you. At this point in time, it is TBD
Due to the curvature of the windshield, it came down to eliminating wind noise or looking pretty... we went for function on this concept. Sorry.Someone mentioned the curved deflector on the front. I too would like to see maybe a flat piece instead: not a dealbreaker but does look off IMO.
That is a great question and we are happy to answer! So the side mounted brackets you are talking about are our Patented Pak Rax for the Bronco. This is a side mounted, addition/ expansion of your roof rack. If you do not want it, you can buy the roof rack as a stand alone. If you are for looking for maximum capacity and the most storage space possible, look no further… the “all out” kit with roof rack and pak rax on both sides is best for you.This looks very promising... can't wait to see pictures of it. I really like how it covers the entire roof and does not stop halfway on the rear cap (like it does on the OEM rack).
Question about that extension/bracket that goes over the rear side window. Is that for mounting things and is it easily removable if not needed?
Our price will be competitive with the market and with rising costs and inflation in mind. Also keep in mind our rack is also offering more storage capabilities as well as increased capacity by 6 body mounted points.Put me on the list!!! Personally, I like the oval tubular design of the oem one. I’ve seen some recently coming to market thats flat aluminum that don’t look like it’s worth the price their asking.
Good question. We cannot confirm that it will work. Modification will be required to the valkrie rack. Obviously we will sound bias, but we would recommend getting our roof rack and Pak Rax.
We appreciate the feedback. We did look into this and we noticed that if we added the removable front end feature, it would create a weak point in the rack. Sorry this doesn’t work for you.Congrats TrailRax! I really like where you're going with this except for one thing. I don't like the idea that your full length rack is not an extension of the half rack.
I'm looking for versatility. When I get my 4-door Bronco, I'd like to have a half rack where I could store a few things I want to have at all times like Maxtrax and a shovel but I'd like to be able to add the front part of the rack to the half rack.
From what I've read in your answers, I'll have to buy a full rack AND a half rack. I'm sorry but it's not what I'm looking for.
You did ask for our thoughts so here's mine. Hope it makes you think twice about going this route.