KC HiLites M-Rack and Gravity Pro6 Install and Wiring

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I just installed a KC HiLites M Rack with area lighting and gravity pro6 light bar on my wife’s Jeep! Check it out! I also did a comparison video between the KC lights and common led lights; I’ll post that video under discussions.
 

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I just installed a KC HiLites M Rack with area lighting and gravity pro6 light bar on my wife’s Jeep! Check it out! I also did a comparison video between the KC lights and common led lights; I’ll post that video under discussions.
How do the gravity lights do back beyond the windshield? I like the fact you can still have an "open top" in front. Also, I see you have the roof top tent as well. Does this rack mount to the internal roll bar or does it simply attach to the top? I did not see any load ratings for the rack on KC site.

Thanks and looks great!
 
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How do the gravity lights do back beyond the windshield? I like the fact you can still have an "open top" in front. Also, I see you have the roof top tent as well. Does this rack mount to the internal roll bar or does it simply attach to the top? I did not see any load ratings for the rack on KC site.

Thanks and looks great!
KC doesn’t specifically give a weight rating, they just assured me the rack is designed to handle far more load than the roofs rated capacity and also that it will handle a roof top tent no problems. The rack does just secure to the top, however the 2 side rails lay flat on the edges of the roof for the entire length, giving it heavy load bearing capabilities. We’ve used the tent on there a few times with no issues at all, 2 adults and a kid. As for the lights, I actually prefer them where they are, rather than at the front, because you get 0 hood glare! Also, if you click the link and check out our channel, I have a video showing the lights in action and comparing them to typical LEDs!
Thanks!
 
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