Roof Racks


  • 2″ .120 wall steel tube

  • Durable textured black powder coat finish

  • Simple bolt together design with grade 8 hardware

  • Front and rear light bars standard

  • No unsightly cross bars

  • Uniquely designed to accept the Body Armor cargo basket

  • Engineered to hold up to the rigors of the trail

  • Applications include JK & TJ standard and Unlimited models

  • Retain the ability to retract soft top with base rack installed (requires removal of cargo basket)

  • Easily remove hard top with base rack and cargo basket installed

Accessory crossbars available so that aftermarket cargo accessories such as a bike rack can be used to add versatility to your Body Armor 4×4 rack system

  • Aluminum tubing making the basket light weight and yet strong

  • Durable textured black powder coat finish

  • Easy to assemble, two piece design

  • Features Body Armor’s exclusive pedestal mounts for ease of installation and removal on the base rack. These mounts have the unique ability to pivot making the installation and removal of the basket a breeze

  • Large 56″x57″ cargo area

  • Tall railing for securing cargo

  • Metal Body Armor 4×4 laser cut front shield

  • Rear drop rail to ease loading of cargo


  • JK-6124 2007-Current Jeep JK 4 Door Unlimited

  • JK-6125 2007-Current Jeep JK 2 Door

  • TJ-6124 2004-2006 TJ Unlimited

  • TJ-6125 1997-2006 TJ Standard

  • TN-6124 Toyota Tundra Rack System

  • TC-2961 Tacoma Rack System

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  1. I purchased mine about a month ago. It is as sturdy as you can imagine. There was a little rattle going over bumps, but torquing the bolts solved that problem. The problem I have yet to figure out is the ungodly roaring as the air rolls over the rails at highway speed. It’s unnerving. I spent four hours driving to Moab and back and think I’m now certifiably crazy. I asked the installer to check it out for me and they came back and told me Body Armor just said well, by install a rack on the roof, you’ve change the aerodynamics of the Jeep. No kiddin?
    It’s a great rack if you can tolerate the noise.

  2. Hi, I love the roof racks for the Tacoma and Tundra, but I have one major problem. I have an f150 and was wondering if it was possible to put one of these on it. It seems like it just bolts to the bed right?

    • Ryan… the mounting points are on the existing Tundra/Tacoma bed bolts closest to the cab and tailgate. For your rig it won’t align with any existing bolt points or match the width of your bed. I’d suggest hanging on a bit longer. Rumor has it a line of Ford Pickup products are coming soon!

  3. Digital Mercenary

    Aloha Body Armor,

    I just received my Body Armor Roof Rack for my 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. I have the stock bumper. Is there an adapter kit for installing on a Wrangler with stock bumper? The only way I can seem to get it to fit is to completely remove the bumper.


  4. Hey Spitfire501 – we’re hoping most, if not all, our online dealers and distributors have them. But if not, they can certainly get one. Check out a local dealer when you can: Here are all the online retailers: And here you can search one close by: Thanks for writing.

  5. Does the base rack for the JK have integral light brackets on the front light bar, and if not, which do you recommend?

  6. good evening,
    i recently bought a new toy, a 2001 isuzu vehicross. do you make and products that would fit on this vehicle. especially a smaller roof rack?
    thank you
    Will Roum

    • Hi Will… Each Body Armor product is extensively engineered to fit the models they are produced for. I’ll have to ask engineering at HQ if they’ve taken a look at any of the Isuzu variations. Only they’d know the extent of variabilities for cross model performance. More soon / thank you.