Today I moved my roof racks from my 060 over to my 80. The racks are heavy duty made by uni-strut made in OZ. I know most folks will tell me to be using ARB but I think the problem will be the same on either. The problem is that they clamp over rain gutter (good thing as it's strong) but since the weather stripping of the front door extends right up to the gutter, they interfere a little when opening and closing the door. Not really a big deal as the stripping just flips back into place but I'm wondering if it's going to tear after time. On my 60 there was a little more clearance (say 1/8") but on the 80 it's tighter. Those guys with the ARB racks must have a similar issue? does the weather stripping end up tearing after years of use? FYI - the racks are just real strong rect tubes that can accept a bolt-on vertical metal post. It's a great setup for my 12' flyfishing boat OR for carting small amount of lumber. They make the TLC a very practical rig. I'd really like to stay with the current setup and I think pretty much all strong rack setups will have this clamping issue. Comments and advice welcome. I suppose I could always get an idea of the cost of a D-door weatherstripping from C-Dan. That was I could replace it every 5 years but that's a pain.