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The Vector EXO-Rack is an add on to your existing tire carrier and is used to carry extra water, fuel and other vital supplies. The EXO Rack mounts by sandwiching your spare tire. Before ordering the EXO Rack you will need to measure the distance from the wheel mounting surface to the outer edge of your tire to determine what size mounting bolt you will need. The EXO Rack requires a minimum distance of 3" from the WMS to the outer edge of the tire. To measure put a straight edge across the outside edge of your tire and measure to the mounting plate on your tire carrier (through the hub opening).
Fits standard 3 lug tire carrier patterns of 5x5", 5x4.5", 5x5.5", 6x5.5", 8x6.5", 8x170mm. Please exercise judgement and caution when adding extra weight to tire carriers. Vector OffRoad is not liable if you overload your tire carrier and cause damage to yours or another vehicle. Consult with the manufacturer of your tire carrier for their total weight capacity rating.
The EXO Rack provides the following benefits:
- Carry RotoPax Water/Fuel/Storage containers. The plate can hold up to qty 4-2 gallon RotoPax containers, or qty 2-4 gallon RotoPax Containers.
- Purchase rotopax mounts and containers separately.
- Alternatively, instead of rotopax containers, the EXO Rack can be used to carry a shovel, off-road jack (requires Vector OffRoad OffRoad Jack Mounting Kit), axes or other essential gear.
- EXO Rack can be mounted vertically or horizontally.
- All Steel Construction
- Standard finish: Black wrinkle powder coat.
- Made in the USA
- Includes EXO Rack Base model only.
The EXO Rack Light Riser plate is sold separately PART #311-018
Fits: Universal Fit
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***As with all of our products the EXO Rack is designed for off-road use only, compatibility with OEM systems has not been formally tested.