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DefaultAttaching a Side Awning on JK

Does any one know of an easy & economical way to use a 2 x 2.5m awning on a JK?
Do I just use a set of roof racks, like Rola or Rhino or do I need a full rack? Is there another way?
I only need to have use for the hard top. How much can the hard top is rated to hold safely off-road?
I appreciate any advice or recommendations.
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DefaultTigerz11 mounted to Rhino Racks

Ive been running a 2 x 2.5 Tigerz awning since xmas, been on a couple of local trips and a 16 days central Aust trip including the simpson desert with no issues.

it is mounted on to two bars not on a full length rack.

Some pics in the links below

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The cheapest way is to buy a Prorack K323 kit and mount the 4 mounting plates to your hardtop using M6x20 S/S bolts and nylock nuts. You would need to position them where you want as they are a permanent mount, then just but some prorack HD T17 or the longer T18 bars and mount them to the K323 mounts, now just mount your awning to the racks with the brackets supplied. Total cost about $400 (fitting kit + bars)







The next option is to buy some Prorack Q Track (Q8 1800mm long) like this, in the picture except this one has been riveted on.



Add a K450 fitting kit and the same HD T17 or T18 roof bars and you have some bars you can adjust along the track to suit your Jeep, total cost for this though is around $600 and you will need to buy some additional hard where to mount the tracks (S/S bolts, nuts and washers.)

All Repco and Supercheap stores sell these items as they are Whispbar/prorack stockests

I do this for a living and have sorted out many of my mates Jeep with this setup.

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Defaultbar and rack options

Mine came with Rhino racks fitted which were the only option a couple of years ago, the roof fitted with these is only rated for something ridiculous like 36 kg.

There are other options available now, the two listed below are prob the best without fitting an external frame. I like the ones on the roof rather than a frame as you can usually remove these easily.

The AEV is reasonably new and I like it, it uses the roll bar to mount the internal brackets and has a nice flat rack which only adds 4" not sure of the load rating but its better than 36kg.

http://www.aev-conversions.com/shop/...r/jk-roof-rack

The out 4x4 rack fits a frame to the mounting points for the hard top and is good for 120Kg when fitted with three bars. I have the out 4x4 roof liners and they are great and an Australian company, the owner is a great guy and will answer any questions if you email him.

http://www.out4x4.com/blog/tag/roof-rack-system/

Im going to explore if I can fit the AEV brackets with my current rails to improve my load capacity.

Im pretty sure jeep Konection stock both.

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Its actually the roof thats rated to 35kg by Jeep all of the systems listed above will hold 100kg easily Prorack or Rhino.

As the original poster only wanted to hold a awning both systems would be fine. I have loaded mine up with 50KG and it was OK, but every thing was strapped down super tight and no hard wheeling was done to avoid any movement.

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the issue I had wasn't the weight of the awning but the flex that jeeps have.
mine was originally mounted on a Pro Rack 2 bar & track system but I got alot of squeaking noise when wheeling.
After further investigation (getting someone else to drive the JK while observed) I noticed that the JK body's flex alot & the 2 bar system was working against it, & at some extreme points it looked as if it was trying to tear its self off the roof.
I now have an OUT4X4 system with a cut down rhino platform tray that finishes at the freedom panels.
I have a Foxwing awning, 40"LED light bar, TREDD's permanently mounted up there.
when I tour I put a roof top tent up there as well.
cheers piggy.

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I don't run my hardtop at all, but I'm looking at one of these so I can put a side awning on - not sure if it will work or not.
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Awning without a roof rack?

swduncan said:

Find a couple of mag antenna mounts, and attach them to the awning. You'll need to make the connections adjustable to account for roof curvature.

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I thought about these, but the more I thought about it the more I realized it is not that practical having a plastic roof. I would have to carry metal plates with me which would be a bit of a pain to set up. My roof is flat, no curves like a metal roof.

tarditi said:

How about some sort of strap system - like you would have on a kayak rack for a car with no roof rack.

Easiest thing, really, is just rig up a tarp... the outer ends can be adjustable poles with guy lines staked down.

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There are no good places to put straps on the back, only the front doors would give me a decent mounting location.

JackW said:

Bus depot has a neat suction cup mounting system for awnings - would work great with my Kelty carport awning.

http://www.busdepot.com/b9013

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I will have to look into these a bit more. I wonder if they would create sufficient suction on my textured roof.

bluehash said:

I will need to look into this.

grogie said:

I'm headed to Utah soon and I bought one of these Smittybuilt awnings that attaches to the spare on my Jeep TJ. It comes in a small bag and should provide enough shade. We'll see. I also did not want to put a roof rack on my Jeep.

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I did consider this option but I would rather go out the side than out the back. An awning out the side gives me more useable square footage and I don't like the idea of unhooking it every time I want to get into the back.

 

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