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Old 05-12-2010, 10:35 AM   #1  
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is this Con Ferr roof rack too wide?

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my neighbor sold me this roof rack for pretty cheap,with four procomp 130( i think) lights,high lift jack,and mount. I put it on top of my 4runner. Legnth wise i like it. Width wise, it looks a little too big.What are your opinions? should I sell it and grab another rack?





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Looks good to me, run it!
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Old 05-12-2010, 11:19 AM   #3  
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thanks for the reply!

I'll take a backview pick later.it looks a lot wider from the back

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Old 05-12-2010, 11:33 AM   #4  
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looks good to me too.

*fix your passenger's side cover. that bothers me*
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Wish I had something like that on mine, looks good...
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IMHO that think looks killer up there bud, I say leave it!
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I say Leave it. It looks odd with 2 lights. More lights or smaller lights would look good.
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looks good to me too.

*fix your passenger's side cover. that bothers me*
thanks.lol I'll fix that

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Wish I had something like that on mine, looks good...
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IMHO that think looks killer up there bud, I say leave it!
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I say Leave it. It looks odd with 2 lights. More lights or smaller lights would look good.
I have 4 lights.should I installl the other 2? it looked a little overkill to me.

heres a back view

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whoa it looks massive from the back...


now i know someone is gonna chime in with something like "that's what she said" or something similar lmfao
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Bob it width wise, other than that it looks pretty sweet.
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run it! use the extra width in the rear to hand clothes on to dry after a day of kayaking, or camping!
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whoa it looks massive from the back...
thats what she said!!


DO you have a welder? you could just cut it and take a couple inches out of it. But i really dont think it looks that bad.
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I do have access to a welder.I was accually thinking of bobbing it width wise a couple inches.

Some guy has a custom made rack thats a little smaller than this rack. Should I do it or keep this Con Ferr? is it a good rack company?

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