Maximus-3 trifecta of rack solutions for the Jeep Gladiator

  1. Maximus-3

    Maximus-3 Active Member

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    We are Maximus-3.
    Hailing from the Motor City, USA.
    Est. 2013.
    We design, engineer, and manufacture premium American made Jeep aftermarket parts.

    Current mood...almost to Sema with the goods.
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    Showing off our Maximus-3 trifecta of rack solutions for the Jeep Gladiator.

    1. ROOF: high capicty, low profile
    2. SPORTS: sleek cab rack
    3. OVERLAND: modular cab rack


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  2. MaximusDecimusMeridius

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    Outstanding first post :rock:

    I am really liking that roll bar
     
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    Now we are talking, The first of many great products coming out post SEMA.
     
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    Interested in more info of the Overland Cab Rack.
     
  5. Professor57

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    Usually, I build my own headache rack/roll bars, but may have just talked me out of it. Well done, @Maximus-3!
     
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    Holy crap take my money. That roll bar. Need more pictures. Are the side plates optional or needed for structural integrity. Will it have front facing light attach points. How does it attach to the bed? Am liking this already.
     
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    ditto ditto ditto,

    want to see if it has a decked style drawer system in the bed too
     
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  8. Moab

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    “Take my money” :CWL: Absolutely!
    This is pretty damn cool looking.
    Can i please have both, depending on my mood and needs :)

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    Thanks for the support everyone. More news to come soon.
     
  10. bgenlvtex

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    Overland rack has my attention.
     
  11. rolape2

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    May I suggest adding some steps. Between the back door and front of fender. Maybe one on top of flair like the WayOut concept. something like this.
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  12. rolape2

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    Or maybe move the ladder to the rear. Put a step on the rail between fender flair and bumper. Then put a step cutout in the side of the bed. Something like this (hopefully nicer).
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  13. MaximusDecimusMeridius

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    So when can we purchase these parts? :LOL:
     
  14. Big Red Gladiator

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    I love the #3 overland
    I just found my rack for the iKamper
     
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    Such a tease...

    Looks like some sort of rail on top of the bed for the sports cab rail (2). Does this mean a tonneau cover would still work? Looks like lights on top already.
     
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