So I'm taking a road trip to Oregon over Labor Day and want the roof rack. I've been looking and searching and I can't find the con-ferr bulldog clamp. Con-ferr is out of business and their stuff was bought out by ORU. The ORU site doesn't have the brackets for sale separately, and doesn't offer any pictures of them so Ic an't be sure they are the same thing. Does anyone have a line on these? I was thinking of using of using these... http://www.autoanything.com/roof-racks/69A1324A0A0.aspx?kc=MS278 It means they would mount differently, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Also, I like the basket effect. I like to have those little sides to help me think my stuff isn't going to fall off the rack so easily. I'm thinkin' I'll bolt some brackets on the inside of the flat aluminum and run another strip of flat aluminum or a couple strips of aluminum C Channel or 1 inch square tubing to give it sides. I'm thinking that being 48'' wide the rack is a decent place for a couple kids to sleep. See attachment. I am no MS Paint wiz, but you'll get the idea. So, what do you think? Any ideas, problems you see, etc.? I'm thinking of using these ramps... http://www.literamps.com/full_trifold_ramps.htm instead of the moose. A 2'' strip of aluminum at Home depot is almost $30. If you lay 4 of those down on the moose ramp it adds $120 to the cost, but you really need to in order to have a decent floor. these provide a tighter grid with less cost overall.