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A Roof Rack For Your Jeep Wrangler JK That Doesn’t Suck


The problem with most roof racks for the Jeep Wrangler JK is that they require you to drill into your removable top: this is a terrifying thing to do on a new vehicle. Plus, it kind-of ruins the draw to owning a four-wheel drive convertible. Baja Rack’s Jeep JK offering doesn’t require you to drill into your roof rack, and we think that’s great.

Baja Rack got its start making racks that would withstand the punishing conditions of the Baja 1000. After proving it’s success in North America in 2009 they expanded their market to Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East, Japan and most importantly — Australia.


Jeeps aren’t exactly known for their cargo space, so if you’re looking to expand your Jeeps cargo capacity you might consider putting on a rack. BajaRack offers four racks for the Jeep Wrangler JK and chances are they’ve got one to fit your model. The JK 2-door rack includes mounting tabs for lights and is compatible with Warn, ARB, Hanson and Mopar rear bumpers. There are two racks for the JK 4-door, a cargo rack and an expedition rack designed specifically for folding roof-top tents. The JK Wrangler rack is completely flat to accomate large cargo while retaining a low profile. All racks mount directly to the frame with no drilling into the hard top needed and include aluminum wind deflectors for better fuel economy.

They’ve also got a few Jeep accessories on offer including awning mounts, axe and shovel mounts, jerry can holders, hi-lift jack mounts, and even mounts for your MAXTRAX.

Racks range from around $1,595 to $1,900.