I have had this rack on my jeep for about a year. In that time I bent the first one. I overloaded it with all my gear and did some runs in the desert. I was completely honest with them. Hobbs not only took my suggestions on how to make it better they replaced my original one with their new updated one. I have a RRT, 2 rotopax, 270° awning, traction boards and lights mounted to the rack. On average around 300 pounds mounted every day. Hobbs is a small family owned company that is interested in how their products perform and willing to listen to their customers. I have worked with a lot of companies in both the offroad and sports car industry. Very few actively look for feedback on their products and actually make the changes that their customers ask for. I cant wait to see all the products and accessories they have waiting for release.
The Rack Came Ya’ll. As many of you know, I throw the occasional ladder on the truck from time to time, but i hate the “work truck” look that traditional ladder rackes give you. So I reached out to @hobbsoffroadusa and shared my vision with them. They went to work immediately. Now I just need to get it on the truck, dry fitted and then probably going to color match it to the trcuk.
If you’re in the market for a overland style rack be sure to check them out. @hobbs_fabrication @hobbsoffroadusa
It is very convenient to not have to go to 5 vendors for 5 different accessories or attachments – not to mention that I don’t have to drill or fabricate any transition brackets to get from your rack system to my tools/attachments.
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