Nice. It was my first big Moab ohv trip, so we went slow, scouted, and shot a lot of fottage (obviously). And it took us a solid five hours, which surprised me. So, start early if you will be on a similar pace!Awesome, were taking our stock JLR there over christmas break and hope the weather is good enough to do fins and things.
They're kayak stackers--allow me to put four (or more) whitewater kayaks up there. I should fold them down when wheeling... but I like that they look weird and people don't know what they are. It's actually a Garvin rack. I really like it. I can't remember why I chose Garvin over Smittybuilt or others... but it has great capacity (600 lbs static, 300 dynamic), and no drilling into roof or body or frame required--it strictly uses existing OEM bolt locations. I also have Thule crossbars on top of the Garvin rack, and the kayak stackers are mounted to the Thule bars.Nice! What are those 2 poles sticking up off your roof rack? And, is that a Smittybuilt roof rack?