Being in the great outdoors is a part of off-roading that attracts many people to the hobby. Being outside and one with nature allows people to break away from today’s grip of technology while not having to deal with reality.
For Todd Jubert, it has been a new found hobby that is growing stronger with the help of Garvin Wilderness Products. “Building a Jeep has been an idea of mine since I went wheeling for the first time with my good friend Bryon,” Todd explained. “He got me hooked. I came back and put my Harley up for sale and said I’m buying one of these to bring my family closer.”
Todd is currently building a Jeep for SEMA Show later this year and just recently received a rack to put on his Jeep. “The idea of the Jeep was to get the best names in the business and promote them wherever we are,” Todd said. “We do trail rides and camping trips almost every week.”
With the help of Garvin Wilderness Products, Todd is going to be able to top off the Jeep with its Track Rack. “Our Track Rack gives costumers a low profile option for a rack that doesn’t interfere with the removal of the freedom tops,” said Ron Garvin of Garvin Wilderness Products. “In this case, it will be compatible with Bestop’s new Sunrider top.”
The rack measures 48 inches wide by 42 inches long and has 4-inch high sides. The supplied tracks mount directly to the hard-top and the mounting brackets attach the roof rack basket to the tracks. The Track Rack comes complete with all mounting hardware and is powder-coated with a zinc primer and black top coat. Drilling is required for installation and only fits the four-door Jeep JK.
“My kids love going off-road they always ask when is the next time,” Todd said. “As much as I loved my Harley and attending all the events, I think the Jeep life is better all around.” We can’t wait to check this Jeep out at SEMA, be sure to stay tuned for more pictures of it come November!