Tyger TG-RK1B906B

Although a plastic rooftop box offers more security when you're transporting stuff on your roof, a carrier rack allows you to swing stuff on quickly, tie down and hit the road.

The Tyger TG-RK1B906B is a beautiful rack with a sturdy design, meaning your stuff is secure when strapped down.

Mounts to any existing vehicle roof rail cross bars.

Handles up to 150 lbs (68kg).

Frame size: 47.25″ x 36.6″ x 5.9″ (120cm x 90cm x 14.98cm).

1 inch steel tube gives you a sturdy rack and the black e-coating finish provides great rust resistance.

Comes with enough tie-down point locations to make sure you don’t miss a single spot. Use cargo nets like a pro.

Consists of two main pieces, making it easy for you to assemble. (However, your vehicle must have roof rails and cross bars installed.)

NB! Remove before taking your car through an auto car wash.

Whether you choose between a plastic rooftop cargo box or a metal rooftop carrier depends on your view of three things: weather, security and speed.

Your stuff won’t get wet if you use a plastic roof box. A metal rack can’t give you that peace of mind unless you use a waterproof cover.

A plastic box keeps things out of sight. And when something’s out of sight, it’s out of mind.

A plastic box doesn’t require you to tie down your goods. You chuck it in, close the lid and lock.

A metal roof rack pales in all those areas. But a metal roof rack lets you transport stuff quicker.

Swing your things onto the roof, strap down and slip away.

So if you think your strapping skills surpass the loosening skills of the closest thief, by all means get a metal rack like the TG-RK1B906B.

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Product Highlights

Strong metal design and special coating means you get a tough roof rack that can handle a load.

Enough tie down points to satisfy the greatest of Boy Scouts.


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