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How do these attach at the bottom to the hard top?
I have the Sky One Touch top and I’d like to understand how these are fixed in place given the side panel is easily removable on the SOT top.
The bottom is easily attached to the hardtop and/or body of the Jeep via a clip system.

It will fit your sky One Touch.





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i liked the system but had to remove it i found it started cutting into the hard top at the part that hooks between the body and hard top. i would suggest some door trim or rubber to prevent it from cutting hard top
 
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i liked the system but had to remove it i found it started cutting into the hard top at the part that hooks between the body and hard top. i would suggest some door trim or rubber to prevent it from cutting hard top
Please send us some pictures of the suituation. We would be happy to assist you in installing the product to avoid that problem.
 

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Well... this is officially on my build list!
 
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Well... this is officially on my build list!
Glad to hear! If you have any questions. Feel free to ask. Peep the discount code up top too😉.
 

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Please send us some pictures of the suituation. We would be happy to assist you in installing the product to avoid that problem.
Would be great to post this to this thread so we can all benefit from that knowledge. Mine were delivered yesterday, but I’ve yet to install them and am concerned about the same.
 

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i have been talking to trailtrax seems like the ones i had where early production similar to the prototype. they have already addressed the issue so you should be fine. i would still add some kind of protection just because its metal on fiberglass its not bad and i have done far more damage just offroading. for those that want to see what mine did here is the picture.

i still like the product and will probably add it back on once i change my setup
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i have been talking to trailtrax seems like the ones i had where early production similar to the prototype. they have already addressed the issue so you should be fine. i would still add some kind of protection just because its metal on fiberglass its not bad and i have done far more damage just offroading. for those that want to see what mine did here is the picture.

i still like the product and will probably add it back on once i change my setup
image2.jpeg
When did you order your set?
 

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just to update .. trailrax sent me the rubber spacers that my kit didnt have and that fixed the issue that caused my hard time damage we believe i was getting a vibration that slowly cut the hard top. i have reinstalled the trailrax system with the rubber spacers and the kit is solid no vibrations or movement.

thanks to trailrax for sending the spacers and getting mine back on the jeep .
 
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just to update .. trailrax sent me the rubber spacers that my kit didnt have and that fixed the issue that caused my hard time damage we believe i was getting a vibration that slowly cut the hard top. i have reinstalled the trailrax system with the rubber spacers and the kit is solid no vibrations or movement.

thanks to trailrax for sending the spacers and getting mine back on the jeep .
Sorry about the issues you had initially. Glad we can help solve it. Looking forward to seeing you on the trails.
 

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Is this system compatible with traction boards? I'd love to run rotopax fuel cans on one side and traction boards on the other, but am concerned about length and interference with the rear door.
 
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Is this system compatible with traction boards? I'd love to run rotopax fuel cans on one side and traction boards on the other, but am concerned about length and interference with the rear door.
Yes you can mount traction boards to your Jeep as long as it is a 2 door wrangler. if this is a 4 door, you can mount it offset from the center, and it will stick out from the rear of the Jeep. If the traction board was centered on the rack, it will block the rear set of doors from opening. SO the way to solve that is offsetting it more to the rear.
 

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