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Truck and Jeep Parts Home » Exterior Parts & Car Care » Roof Rack » Smittybilt Steel SRC Roof Rack, 76713

Smittybilt Steel SRC Roof Rack, 76713

Smittybilt | Part Number: S/B76713
Part Number: S/B76713
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1997 to 2006 TJ Wrangler and Rubicon
    • Textured black
    • Removable cross bars for easy soft or hardtop removal
    • Cross bars designed to work with almost all aftermarket accessories e.g. Thule, Yakima and etc
    • 4-point mounting
    • Holds up to 300 pounds

Finally, a complete roof rack system that is tough enough to conquer the off road! Constructed of over-built 2 x .120 wall textured powder coat painted steel tubing backed by heavy duty 1/4 brackets, this Roof Rack System is as tough as it is good looking!

Features: Removable Cross Bars for easy Soft or Hard Top removal. The Cross Bars are designed for use with almost all aftermarket accessories (Thule, Yakima, etc.) Four point mounting -- Attaches to front door mounts and to the rear frame -- Holds up to 300 pounds of evenly distributed cargo. Contoured design eliminates the typical boxy look. Add on the lightweight Outland Rugged Rack for the ultimate off road rack / basket combination. Modular design is easy to install and is UPS-able.

Installation instructions are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view these files.
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CapacityDrilling RequiredFloor TypeMaterialRoof Rack Type
300lbs.NoRailSteelRoof Rack

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
3.2
 

Nice look, but painful installation

3.0

By Shotcake

from Houston, TX

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

I read most of these reviews...and thanks to everyone's input. For the price and for my general uses (>50% top down) this product after all said and done I am very happy with. Now then said part before the done... The wind shear noise is indeed an annoyance and looking for a solution that doesnt require drilling or molding or fabricating plastic. The instructions suck...I had to drill into the

 

Smittybilt Roof Rack

4.0

By jjouper

from Newcastle, WA

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

The roof was fairly easy to install however, would have been much easier with two people. Only draw back was low frequency hum at speeds above 30 miles per hour. I went [...] and bought 5 - 1/4X1in stanless steel screws, washers, lock nuts and 5-1 inch cable clamps with rubber grommets. Went to TAP plastics and had a fairing made 1/4 inch thick smoked plastic 54" long, 7 1/2" wide, 1" radiused

 

Inexpensive and works with some nags

3.0

By hobbyhack

from Marietta, GA

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

The instructions assume you are not going to put your rear bumper back on which makes no sense. So if you are you have to enlarge the mounting holes on the kit to get your bumper back on. That takes a while if you are not prepared for it but it worked out OK with my dremel. When my soft top is on there is an odd hum coming from the top of the jeep and when i have no top on there you can hear th

 

Worked for me!

4.0

By JR

from Chicago, Illino

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

Good Instructions except for rear connection to frame. The cross bars add significant wind noise to the already noisy interior when driving at slow and faster speeds.

 

Solid robust constructio

4.0

By jackcast

from Portland, OR

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

Once I added a 2nd mount point to the rear up-rights it was as sturdy as though it were part of the frame. Just the two bolts down at the bottom on the bumper mount allowed too much "wobble" for me so I ran a 4" long 1/4-20 bolt into the corner of my 98 Wrangler through a 1" stand-off spacer and used a 1" fender washer inside to firm it up. Now when I grab hold of the rack and "yank" on it real h

 

Great looking, cool rack!!!!!

4.0

By ToddMonty

from Mattoon, IL

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

This system is getting a bad rap on the difficulty of the install. It doesn't come out of the box & just jump on the Jeep, but with common sense & patience, you can install it without the instructions, if needed. They do hit on a couple important steps. It looks really cool, (which is why we buy it), & it works very well for it's application. The price is very reasonable too!!! I have a Smitt

 

Great Rack for my 1998 Wrangler

4.0

By Torrance

from Atlanta, Georgi

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

Going straight to the point, it is a great rack from the price. Installing this will definitely require two people at least. The rack is solid and doesn't wiggle under it's own weight. I was able to keep my windshield lights on with the rack installed. One major problem I will point out is the way the rack attaches to the frame at the rear. I have tube bumpers that curved around the body, but I w

 

Great Concept, but Missed The Mark!!!

3.0

By Gary R.

from Savannah, GA.

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

[$] is way TOO much for this [*] junk! I bought it to carry surfboards. Like the others, I had a VERY difficult time installing the Smittybilt SRC rack. If you're using the stock bumper you have to MODIFY the rear uprights, as in drill larger holes! You have to completly remove the rear bumper and the instructions (and I use that term lightly) assume you know how to this because they have no expla

 

great idea, BUT....

2.0

By ben

from honolulu, hi

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

great idea, BUT.... installation SUCKED! first impression when opening the big heavy box was, "is that surface rust or brown powder?" luckily it just wiped off. now for the install. Had to modify either stock rear bumper or the system's rear uprights. i chose to cut the off bolts from the stock rear bumper because i couldnt see myself over-sizing the mounting holes on the rear uprights(after all i

 

When You Need a Swingset on Your Jeep

1.0

By h5mind

from Raleigh, NC

 

Comments about SmittybiltSRC Roof Rack:

I bought this for my Jeep TJ to hold the SRC cargo basket. I cannot recall another time I paid so much and received so little. Don't get me wrong-- the concept is great, it's just the execution which sucked. The unit bolts very solidly to the door hinges in front and the Jeep frame rails in rear. Good thing too, because the tubes are HEAVY. You could club a grizzly bear to death with any of these

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Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    "Hi, I have a 2006 Rubicon Unlimited, which is a little longer than the regular sized Jeep. Would this rack fit my Rubicon?"
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