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WR
07/07/2021
W R.
New Zealand New Zealand
Jimny roof rack JB74 without lights

Only one let down with the product, process and delivery. The screws and bolts were all to short to be considered ideal and I am sure they would have vibrated loose fairly quickly with insufficient thread to pass completely through the nuts which would be a failed system in my view. For the extra 5mm needed it should be a no brainer but there you have it. Save 1% of total cost with too short screws and bolts and forfeit the excellent rating you would have earned.

AB
07/07/2021
Allan B.
New Zealand New Zealand
Roofrack

It’s okay but very fiddly to put together and the instructions are not very clear. I thought that it also may have had a Jimmy NZ sticker to go on it, to identify it.

JL
07/07/2021
Jack L.
New Zealand New Zealand
roof rack

All assembled and ready too fit.

SC
05/06/2021
Stephen C.
New Zealand New Zealand
Very Good Rack

This rack is designed well. To carry a relatively heavy load, the six anchor points and the well-braced rack are much better than a rack made from a couple of separate bars which can rock on the mounts. I found that the short capscrews (bolts?) supplied with my rack were too short. In some positions they held only by a couple of threads. I bought some 25mm stainless capscrews from Blacks Fasteners. I also bought some Nyloc nuts to use on the mounting legs as I felt they might be better than plain nuts and lock washers. My new Jimny seemed to be a bit wide for the middle mounts on the rack. I filed slots at right angles to the slots in the middle legs so I could extend them out a bit further. This meant that I had to use large washers under the head of the capscrews. I ground the edge of the 'foot' of the middle mounting legs to make it a couple of millimetres narrower... and to remove the sharp edges. Next time I'd do this to all the legs. Best to do it before the rubber cushion strips are in place. I lay a blanket on the roof of the Jimny before lifting the rack into place. The steel reinforcing plates that sit between the legs and the frame are not symmetrical. If you don't put them on the right way around, you may not be able to move the legs far enough out to fit the gutter. Adam's YouTube video on assembling and mounting the rack is helpful. I'm pleased I chose this rack. Best wishes from Nelson, Stephen Coote.

JB74 Suzuki Jimny (2019-2021) Roofrack without Lights

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  • Regular price $950.00
Tax included.


One of the best things about the Jimny is the size of them, except when it comes to travelling with gear. These roof racks help with that.

These Aluminum Alloy roof racks are designed especially for the Jimny but they don't include the top lights that are showing in the photos. Lighter than steel.

Weight: 21kg

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS HERE


Customer Reviews
4.8 Based on 4 Reviews
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WR
07/07/2021
W R.
New Zealand New Zealand
Jimny roof rack JB74 without lights

Only one let down with the product, process and delivery. The screws and bolts were all to short to be considered ideal and I am sure they would have vibrated loose fairly quickly with insufficient thread to pass completely through the nuts which would be a failed system in my view. For the extra 5mm needed it should be a no brainer but there you have it. Save 1% of total cost with too short screws and bolts and forfeit the excellent rating you would have earned.

AB
07/07/2021
Allan B.
New Zealand New Zealand
Roofrack

It’s okay but very fiddly to put together and the instructions are not very clear. I thought that it also may have had a Jimmy NZ sticker to go on it, to identify it.

JL
07/07/2021
Jack L.
New Zealand New Zealand
roof rack

All assembled and ready too fit.

SC
05/06/2021
Stephen C.
New Zealand New Zealand
Very Good Rack

This rack is designed well. To carry a relatively heavy load, the six anchor points and the well-braced rack are much better than a rack made from a couple of separate bars which can rock on the mounts. I found that the short capscrews (bolts?) supplied with my rack were too short. In some positions they held only by a couple of threads. I bought some 25mm stainless capscrews from Blacks Fasteners. I also bought some Nyloc nuts to use on the mounting legs as I felt they might be better than plain nuts and lock washers. My new Jimny seemed to be a bit wide for the middle mounts on the rack. I filed slots at right angles to the slots in the middle legs so I could extend them out a bit further. This meant that I had to use large washers under the head of the capscrews. I ground the edge of the 'foot' of the middle mounting legs to make it a couple of millimetres narrower... and to remove the sharp edges. Next time I'd do this to all the legs. Best to do it before the rubber cushion strips are in place. I lay a blanket on the roof of the Jimny before lifting the rack into place. The steel reinforcing plates that sit between the legs and the frame are not symmetrical. If you don't put them on the right way around, you may not be able to move the legs far enough out to fit the gutter. Adam's YouTube video on assembling and mounting the rack is helpful. I'm pleased I chose this rack. Best wishes from Nelson, Stephen Coote.