I guess it's safe to say you've had more work done on your rack than Pamela Anderson....
Here is the Rack I made for my wife's Rover. Standard Rover style racks were too tall for a 7' door with a lift. So I removed the factory roof rails and made my own rack. Flat in the back and dip-down in the front.
Her's 1999 Green Disco (lifted and racked)
His 1997 White Disco (lifted and locked)
Cool. I've been thinking of something just like that, but retaining the factory 04 fat roof bars.
recent test fit...
Work in progress.
I used a roll on bed liner as the finish.
I'm thinking of doing a HID conversion on the Hella 500's and 550 fogs.
I'm also going to mount mini fogs on the sides and a couple pointed to the rear.
The tray is level with the roof rack on the topper. I want to keep it low profile to accommodate our kayaks, transport 4x8' plywood sheets (home reno).
it's a good place to strap down my dry bag I use to remove camp garbage.
4307 - I like that design.
For those talking about using conduit. What size/thickness is appropriate?
For the bedliner, if you used Herculiner, I recommend covering it with a gloss UV resistant finish. My buddy painted his lower panels with it and had to repaint it because the UV made everything a dull flat finish.
Will the Hella 500 plastic enclosure handle the heat from HID's?
As for the mini fogs, take a look at the Hella Micro FF's. Nice small fog light. Also consider work or flood lights. Wider beam pattern but shorter throw. Depends on your intensions for the lighting.
1989 SWB Montero (3.0L v6, rear LSD), 33" mudders
1996 Montero SR (3.5L v6, rear Locker), 35" mudders, 3.15:1 xcase crawler gears
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