This roof rack system allows for mounting almost anything, freeing up valuable cargo space for other trip essentials. Comes coated with a 2 stage satin textured black powdercoat over durable zinc primer finish.
- CNC cut and formed from 3/16" aluminum (steel mounting brackets) with extruded aluminum rails
- Easy bolt together installation
- No drilling required
- Available with or without 40" light bar cutout
- Light bar cutout version includes light bar mounting brackets
- Cutout fairing designed for 41.25" max lens housing width single row LED light bar. Up to 43.5" (mounting stud width) bar will fit with our mounts, but trimming of the fairing will be required
- Milled T-nut access points
- Hardware Included
- Full rack (front and rear sections included)
- Front & Center Hard Top panels can be removed with the rack installed.
- Made in the USA
- Free shipping!
Ford rates the Bronco roof with a factory rack at "Max load 110 lbs dynamic and 450 lbs static evenly distributed." Our rack itself can handle significantly more weight than that, and we've had 250 lbs dynamic weight on it without issue, static capacity is certainly well above that. All these weights will be at your discretion as they are above Ford "recommended" capacities. If you need more information please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: vehicle will handle and wheel very differently with high loads on the roof. We recommend securing kayaks, canoes, and items that may generate resistance or lift at speed properly to the front and rear of the vehicle, not just the rack.
Full Rack Weight:
4 Door - 62lbs
2 Door - 52lbs
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17 Questions asked on Bronco Hard Top Full Rack | 6th Gen (21+) •
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Q James J Clarke • 04/22/2022, 3:07:41 PM Do you ship to Canada?
A 04/25/2022, 9:38:17 AM Yes, send us an email email@example.com or give us a phone call 269-353-1184.
Q Kevin • 04/26/2022, 4:08:22 PM What is the static max load?
A 04/26/2022, 5:45:47 PM Ford rates the Bronco roof with a factory rack at "Max load 110 lbs dynamic and 450 lbs static evenly distributed." Our rack itself can handle significantly more weight than that, and we've had 250 lbs dynamic weight on it without issue, static capacity is certainly well above that. All these weights will be at your discretion as they are above Ford "recommended" capacities. If you need more information please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q Alan • 04/27/2022, 12:20:23 PM The obvious question is, with the full rack installed on the 4dr can you remove the front and back seat roof panels ?
A 04/27/2022, 2:30:44 PM Yes, you can.
Q Meg Mannion • 05/21/2022, 9:02:56 PM What is the height from center of hardtop after rack is installed?
A 05/23/2022, 1:14:07 PM About 3.5" - 3.75"
Q Brandon • 05/24/2022, 6:16:08 PM What are the dimensions of the rack for the 4 door? Full rack and half rack dimensions would be great.
A 05/25/2022, 9:28:19 AM A diagram can be found at the end of each installation document. The full rack is about 47" x 100". The short rack is about 47" x 37".
Q SG • 05/27/2022, 12:42:37 PM Will a 2 door rack be available and if so, when? Thank you!
A 06/09/2022, 2:54:02 PM Yes, coming very soon.
Q David • 06/04/2022, 11:39:12 PM I'm not sure I want to cut the outer cap to fit in the front brackets, it would look odd if I removed the rack. Do they need to be used?
A 06/06/2022, 12:30:12 PM You could leave the caps off.
Q Alex • 07/12/2022, 2:33:37 PM Can this roof rack be used with a roof top tent?
A 07/18/2022, 9:53:16 AM Yes, it can. Refer to our weight capacity info at the bottom of the product description on the product page.
Q peter tolcser • 07/14/2022, 5:49:38 AM i want to put a kayak on top. what are the dimensions of the crossbars? will one of those gray, foam, kayak cradles fit around the crossbars?
A 07/21/2022, 7:07:01 PM The crossbars are 2" x 1" we haven't tried any of the foam cradles at the shop yet. Most universal mounts work fine. We have tested the Yakima Jaylow on our bars and it does clamp if you remove the rubber inserts.
Q Dave • 08/05/2022, 7:39:10 AM What is the full length of the rack? How many slats are there and what is the distance between slats?
A 08/15/2022, 4:06:24 PM 9 slats, 10" on center between crossbars, roughly 94" long on top.
Q Joe • 08/08/2022, 4:26:55 PM What is the ease of taking your rack off? If I want to go topless I want to know how difficult it is to remove and how long it will take?
A 08/15/2022, 4:17:04 PM You can unbolt the rack from the windshield, leaving the rack on the hardtop, and remove it like normal as a unit.
Q Christopher • 08/09/2022, 2:47:53 PM If i buy the full rack for the 4 door bronco, can i switch between using a full rack and the back rack.
A 08/11/2022, 9:05:05 AM Yes!
Q Wade Rowley • 02/21/2023, 6:18:39 PM If I purchase the 2 door full rack, can I convert that as well to a 1/2 rack?
A 02/23/2023, 1:50:18 PM It wouldn't include the short rack fairing, but you could certainly just run without it.
Q Shierei Huang • 02/24/2023, 1:06:37 PM Is the short back rack part ic the full rack? Can I purchase install the back half rack first and then purchase and add the front portion of the rack later?
A 03/13/2023, 4:14:43 PM The short rack has a different front fairing than the long rack. At this point we don't sell all the parts separately. You could buy the full rack, and run it as a short rack without a fairing, however.
Q Ray • 04/25/2023, 11:49:48 PM I have a KC 50in Pro 6 light system on my bronco and was wondering if there’s a way to mount it to the rack or if there’s plans to come up with a way to mount it in the future?
A 05/01/2023, 12:14:19 PM No plans for a solution for that. It's likely possible by modifying the front fairing, but it's not something we have done.
Q DC gabriel • 07/29/2023, 2:09:28 AM will this support the OVS 270 awning? 70 lbs, comes with 3 heavy duty mounting brackets.
A 08/03/2023, 3:25:35 PM Load at your discretion, but it should handle the weight just fine once securely mounted.
Q Bj Whittaker • 12/06/2023, 7:25:22 PM I have a dv8 40inch curved light bar and was wondering if this roof rack would be able to work with it.
A 12/07/2023, 11:06:33 AM Our rack is designed to accept straight light bars rather than curved.
4.50/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
Andrew B (Florida) | November 27th, 2023
Extremely satisfied with this rack, happy with the quality and fitment of the light bar cutout. A lot of racks only support a dinky lighter that screws on with little support. This was the only rack I found that supports an actual light bar. Assembly took a bit of reading - I'd recommend watching the videos to assemble as instructions were not super clear. Support was great, someone reached out proactively and was happy to work with me on questions.
Note From JcrOffroad: Thanks for the review Andrew!
Darrin Wylie (TX) | March 24th, 2023
Ordered this last year for my 4-door 22 Bronco. After a few hours of trying to install it was clear the parts weren't lining up. After contacting JCR they responded and sent new clips that were supposed to be at a better angle. On the second try it took some work but I made it finally fit. I've only installed the back rack for now. I'm definitely going to get different nuts and bolts for certain parts of the rack. The ones supplied are way too short. Overall it's an ok rack. The best thing is that they make extra accessories to add side racks and other components. The not-best thing is the simple components like nuts and bolts feel cheap. Also, just know you have to almost completely dismantle the rack to take off the roof.
Note From JcrOffroad: Thanks for the feedback and sorry about the hardware! That has been resolved for future shipments. Yes, you do have to remove much of the rack to pull the roof. Let us know if we can help with anything else!
Marc Mazade (Fort Worth, TX) | August 28th, 2022
I bought the 4 door Bronco Full Hard Top Rack from JCR Off Road and It arrived at my door step in just a couple of weeks. I followed the video for the installation, but rather than the two and a half hours I had alotted, it touok me eight hours. I molsty had trouble lining up the holes for screws when afixing elements once they are halfway installed on m roof. I tired loosening some fitiings, but it was still difficult. I resorted to using c-clamps. There must be and easier way. Also, I had trouble adapting and refitting my front plastic bronco accessory covers. They after still not clipped in correctly and I imaging when I hit the next pothole one will fly off. After putting the whole thing together, today I hit the pavement with pride and my now bronco was looking hot! But when I got to frewway speed it was cavatating so badly that the nuts and screws starting falling off creating steel projectiles for those behind me. I pulled off and crept home. I have spent all day trying to come up with a quite configuration by removing crossbars. I also tried wrapping some of the crossbars with bungies, which did nothing. I now have the back rack and back wind fearing, and the front rack with no cross bars and just the side rails and front wind fairing in place and it is finally quite and nothing is shaking loose. 3 more hours spent in frustration. I guess I'll just keep the 6 front assemblies in my garage and pull one out when I want to go kayaking and drive under 40 mph. I haven't tried taking my roof panels off yet. I coudn't take anymore frustration today.
Note From JcrOffroad: Marc, this kind of experience isn't typical of installs of this rack. Please contact our customer service team and we would be more than happy to assist you in troubleshooting your rack.
Jonnie (AZ) | November 3rd, 2022
This is not a product review, but a customer service review....After waiting the typical 3 weeks for the rack to ship, the wrong parts were in the box. It took a week for the issue to be resolved and only after I prodded them for updates. Still waiting on the correct parts a month after they took my money. I will leave a product review when I actual receive the correct product. Yes, I realize you won't post this as your company filters your reviews...but this is what I will post everywhere else.
Note From JcrOffroad: Jonnie, we apologize for initially shipping the wrong part; the correct one should be en route. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with on the installation.