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LFD Off Road 2003-2009 Toyota 4runner - 4th Gen 4Runner Roof Rack - All Steel

LFD Off Road offers an innovative design, rugged construction, and unlimited versatility with their line of roof racks. 

Their Roof Racks offer you an option no other rack does – the ability to upgrade over time!

They have designed their roof racks to utilize the same Ruggedized Crossbars available for factory roof rails, so you can start out with a set of Ruggedized Crossbars only, and over time upgrade the side rails and add Crossbars as needed!  

The Roof Racks are also available as a complete setup as well. The side rails are constructed of 7 gauge steel for excellent strength and rigidity and powder coated with the same UV stable automotive grade powder coating as the Ruggedized Crossbars.

Compatible with their steel or aluminum Ruggedized Crossbars for factory roof rails.

This listing is for a complete Roof Rack for a 4th Gen 4Runner. The Roof Rack comes standard with 9 steel Ruggedized Crossbars, and a wind faring.

If using a Roof Top Tent, they recommend a rubber grommet or other small soft spacer between the tent rails and the crossbar to prevent noise and wear on the powder coating. 

Toyota specifies a maximum load rating for the roof of 300 pounds. 


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Robert T.
United States United States
Roof rack

Good strong rack only complaint is the bolts are gold color and not black to match the rack

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  • Will I be able to use my sunroof and it be completely open and free of cross bars?

    Yes, you will be able to to space out the front crossbars so you have an unobstructed view from the sunroof.  No issues with operating it either.