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We have been working over the last year to get this new roof rack system off the ground. We are almost there, we will be launching at SEMA at the end of the month.

Andrew, the owner of OUT4X4, purchased a Jeep in 2010 and really didn't want to put a cage on the car, he figured he had about $2-3k to produce a solution himself instead of purchasing something that didn't quite do the job he was after. So after a year of tinkering with his car, he has fitted out about 9 vehicles in Victoria with his system, he has upgraded to a 2012 Jeep and we have just gone into production with this new roof rack system.

The Heavy Hauler Roof Rack System is the first product of its kind to utilise the inherent strengths of the Jeep JK Wrangler and allow various sized loads to be transported without an external cage system. It has been designed to compliment the existing lines of the Jeep JK Hardtop.

Once installed, the system allows the Jeep JK Wrangler Freedom Panels or entire roof to be removed without dismantling the system.

Comprising single piece cast aluminium external components and cut and shaped, solid steel internals, all parts of the OUT4X4 are powder coated and colour matched to compliment the existing roof.

The OUT4X4 patented Roof Rack System is derived from a robust infrastructure, fitted to the internal compartment of the Jeep. Once bolted into place the weight from any given load is distributed along the body of the Jeep.

Tested to Australian Standards (*AS1235-2000 Road Vehicle Roof Bar Testing) and when paired with the recommended RHINO roof racks, the Heavy Hauler Roof rack system is rated to carry an evenly distributed load of 100kgs over two rails, or 120kgs over 3 rails.

Kits will be available from mid November for the Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD JK Hardtop 02/11 On, The 03/07 to 01/11 kits and a version for the 2 Doors will be available early 2013.

I've put some photos below, let me know what you think of this new system.

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that is what i have been looking for a while now let me know when it is available tou can email me on tanyacarew@gmail.com. thanks
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that is what i have been looking for a while now let me know when it is available tou can email me on tanyacarew@gmail.com. thanks
Sure mate, join the newsletter and we will send out a note as soon as its ready. Kits are in production and will be finalised while we are at SEMA.

There is a newsletter signup on the homepage, or on the blog on the right hand side.

http://www.out4x4.com/blog/
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Looks great. Any pics of the internal structure and price?
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Looks great. Any pics of the internal structure and price?
Sure, in my first post you can see all the components. Also there are a few photos on our blog showing the internals, not the best I'll get some better ones soon. I'll put a photo of how it looks once installed below. You can see the brackets up the top, the two uprights and then there is a bottom rail running along the bottom of the roof structure.







Pricing is just being finlaised, it will be available in a couple of weeks and will be online for you to see.
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The OUT4X4 2012 Catalogue is being printed right now. Here is a little preview...
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Looks like a neat system with the bracing discrete. Only suitable though for people who only want a roof rack when they have a hard top fitted. Since you are pushing a commercial product on here have you given consideration to becoming a vendor on here? It'll stop your posts from being deleted by the Mods.
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that catelogue looks pretty good.

Personally I prefer having a soft top over the hard top, but cool looking product. good luck
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Looks like a neat system with the bracing discrete. Only suitable though for people who only want a roof rack when they have a hard top fitted. Since you are pushing a commercial product on here have you given consideration to becoming a vendor on here? It'll stop your posts from being deleted by the Mods.
Yeah, we have sent off to get details on setting this up.
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