It's not a Fronty, but I built a custom bed rack for the RTT for my Taco. Like you, I didn't want to lose storage space in the bed; we've got dog kennels that go back there for hunting season. Having the RTT up that high was a concern when offroading, but it held up like a champ against the branches and whatnot. It doesn't seem to have hurt my gas mileage very much either; maybe 1 MPG or less. This can be offset by slowing down a bit, so it works out.
Originally Posted by Gadgetech
FWIW, we have mounted the RTT on my wife's 4Runner factory roof rack to test it out. I haven't slept with it there, but it seems stable enough. If you're not up there doing jumping jacks, I think the factory roof rack should be fine.
If you have time to kill, you should kill it
- and enjoy the hell out of it -
Because time is definitely killing you.