Super clean. Looks "OEM" as far as integration. I like all of my mods to have that if possible. Even on my other cars I like subtle mods that are so clean as to look OEM. Good job.
The RTT does have a Unistrut base under it that I built but I determined from MUD that the stock roof rack was enough to support everything weight-wise. We banged the heck out of it side-to-side on the trails and it didn't budge. I used Nord-Lock washers.Awesome pics! I really love how you are rocking a smittybilt XL on stock rack. $1000 you save on the rack pretty much pay for the RTT!
You took a 2nd wheel/tire combo set with you on this trip in the 100? Where did you stow them? I've always considered running my 18" wheels as a DD setup with something more road oriented and have a set of OEM 16" wheels with more aggressive AT tires like my KO2.10-day trip from Columbia, Missouri to Winter Park, Moab and Ouray. Did Picture Frame Arch Trail, Gemini Bridges and or course, Shafer Canyon. Our favorites. We don't get too crazy. This is the first year the 100 has been out there and it did great. Previously, we always took my locked 80. We drove out on our squishy and QUIET Michelin P-rated and then slapped on the 2nd set of rims I have with the beefier MT's. No way I was driving out there on MT's. First photo is at Thelma and Louise Point where they ramped the car off the cliff. That's Dead Horse Point in the upper-right. Last photo is me swapping on the 2nd set of rims at our cabin the night we arrived in Moab. I decided to pull the rotor while I was there to quiet a rattling parking brake shoe that was driving me nuts.
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