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SOLD - Jeep JKUR 07-17 Vector Offroad Highland Platform Shelf

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$375 - Great condition, cash only, sorry no trades.


From Vector:


The Vector Offroad JKU Highland Platform practically doubles the usable space in the rear cargo area. It's a must for overlanders, campers, or serious grocery getters! This high strength solution is a perfect place to put gear for your next adventure.

The JKU Highland Platform provides the following benefits:

  • Mounting hole patterns cut into the platform for RotoPax Water/Fuel/Storage mounts. The platform can hold up to two 4-gallon RotoPax containers on the underside of the deck
  • Light weight aluminum construction on the main deck, weight tested to 230 lbs without failure
  • Bolt-on installation, requires no permanent modifications to the vehicle.
  • Standard finish - Black powder coat, with powder coat hammer tone Gray accent components brackets and clamps
  • Multiple lashing points for straps and/or cargo nets.
  • Included quick release wing nut set allows easy removal of the main platform deck without the use of tools.  Wing nuts allow for quick removal if you need to transport large items in the back of your rig from time to time
  • Approximately 24 1/2" clearance from the floor to the bottom of the platform, and 17.5" clearance form Platform deck to the JKU ceiling.   44” wide x 23” Deep inner dimensions. 

Fits: 2007-Current Jeep Wrangler 4 door Hard Top or No Top only







Edited by klaykrusher
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any idea what that whole setup weighs including the brackets?

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What are ya, the weight police?  Cracking Up Lol GIFBest Gif Wow GIF


Brackets & Screws 11.64 lbs.

Shelf 28.5 lbs.

Total 40.14 lbs.  (18.207 kg for the metric folks)

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lol, my jeep needs to go on a diet. that's not enough lighter than my current front-runner shelf to bother with changing everything though.


thanks for checking - good luck with the sale!

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David, are there any photos of it set up for folks to see? I tried to find some on the web but couldn't. 

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