Rhino Rack Backbone Roof Rack System For Jeep Wrangler

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$375.00 - $454.00
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Product Overview

The Rhino Rack Backbone Jeep Wrangler roof rack is a roof rack system that beefs up the frame of your vehicle, allowing you to install a roof rack and carry gear on the Jeep factory hardtop.

The BackBone is designed to mount to the internal chassis of your Jeep Wrangler JK. The BackBone allows the weight of your gear to b evenly distributed through the body of your Jeep and enables you to carry up to 120kg on your Jeep's roof.

The Rhino Rack RTL600 Quick Release Towers/Legs easy to install/remove and are very strong and secure.

The Backbone system strengthens the roof structure of your Jeep, allowing you to add a roof rack system (sold separately) on top of your factory hardtop.

Won't interfere with removal of Freedom panels or hardtop.

Powder coated finish.

This is a permanent installation with drilling required.  Mounting hardware and templates are included.  The mounting platforms attach to outer brackets along roof line to provide a flat, stable mounting surface for crossbar legs.  Frame brackets install around inside of the window frame and along the outside of window jam.

NOTE:  You can mount a 2-bar or 3-bar roof rack, OR a Pioneer Cargo Tray to the Backbone system.  Compatible with both Rhino Rack Vortex and Heavy Duty crossbars. The Roof Rack Legs, Crossbars, and Pioneer Platform are all sold separately.  Please use drop down menu above.

Backed by a Rhino Rack 5 year warranty.

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  • 5
    Solid Rack

    Posted by Stuart M on May 16th 2020

    First comment on Backcountryracks, great communication the first day after my order and shipped very quickly. This is a beefy system as evidenced by the steel plates and backbone skeleton that provide the strength. Installation took me about 3 hours , following some great videos online from trail recon and others. I was a bit nervous about drilling the hardtop but it turned out to be quite simple. What I love about this rack is that I can still remove the hardtop and freedom panels without any additional steps. The bars/legs quick release system is quite good , leaving almost no profile when the bars are off. Overall a very solid system that allows you to put substantially more weight on the roof than any gutter systems and let’s you enjoy the benefits of removing your top whenever you want , something you can’t do with the frame mount racks.