Rhino Rack Vortex RCL Black 3 Bar Roof Rack w/ Backbone and RCL Legs - JL 4Dr

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2018-2024 Jeep Wrangler JL 4dr

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Rhino Rack Vortex RCL Black 3 Bar Roof Rack w/ Backbone and RCL Legs - JL 4Dr Info & Specs

A complete kit with everything you need to fully outfit your Jeep Wrangler hardtop! The Vortex RCL Black 3 Bar Backbone Roof Rack comes with the Rhino Rack Backbone, an internal skeletal support frame that creates three robust mounting points; the Rhino Rack Vortex Bars, an incredibly aerodynamic and wind resistant roof bar system; the Rhino Rack RCL Locking Leg system for easy attachment; and finally all the hardware, brackets, and other gear needed to install! Solve all your overlanding roof rack needs with this handy and easy to install kit, from Rhino Rack.
Note: Drilling into the hardtop is required to install the Wrangler JL Backbone System, but protective foam and hardware are provided for a secure and leak free fit.
  • Removable and easy to install
  • Locking cover with a compartment for an Allen key
  • Low profile
  • Height can be increased using QMVA spacers
  • Maximises roof width with overhang bars
  • Suitable for heavy off-road use
  • Tested and approved to Australian Standards AS1235-2000
  • Comes with precision moulded insert cover pads when bars are not in use
  • (1) RCL Locking Legs (x6)
  • (1) Backbone Mounting System
  • (3) Black Vortex Bars (59in)
  • Bar Length - 1500mm/59”
  • Added Vehicle Height (Backbone with Platform) - 100mm/3.93”
  • Backbone Weight - 11.39kg/25.11 lbs

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