Ultra sleek, boasting a super low profile and lightweight design, the BASE Rack provides unmatched simplicity, flexibility and personalization in your roof rack set-up. Setting a new benchmark in strength and integration, the BASE Rack incorporates a revolutionary dovetail mounting system that makes attaching and removing loads and accessories easier, faster and more secure.
Combining its fully-welded construction with its unique vertical cross beam design, the BASE Rack boasts a strength which rids the need of additional sub-frame supports; the result is a super-low roof rack offering improved clearance and sleek vehicle integration.
The BASE Rack’s unique side-mounting dovetail extrusion means you’ll have more uninterrupted cargo space with greater flexibility when choosing mounting locations. Each accessory attaches to the rack with a simple clamp mount – from Hi-Lift™ Jack mounts and recovery boards, to a custom BASE Rack light bar!
Fully-welded from extruded aluminum with a cross beam design, the BASE Rack has no requirement for a supporting subframe and exerts no flex under load. Each internal and perimeter beam is constructed from a single seamless extruded aluminum box piece with internal bracing for added strength. The superior strength properties is what has allowed such close mounting to the vehicle’s roofline.
A one-piece, fully welded platform rack fitted to a range of low-profile blade mounts, the BASE Rack provides improved access into low clearance areas, all the while looking sleek on the roof of your pride and joy!
By incorporating a dovetail extrusion around both the full perimeter and along each edge of the internal beams, the BASE Rack provides endless mounting and attachment options. Side mounting also frees up more uninterrupted cargo space along the top of each internal and external beam.
Nothing ruins the sleek look like visible electrical cable. Yet another advantage of the aluminum extruded beam design is that electrical cabling can be fed in either through the removable corner caps or via the capped access points available on the inner surface of the side perimeter beams. Additional holes can easily be introduced along the perimeter beams wherever you are mounting your work or driving lights.