I think the best option is lengths of unistrut bolted directly along the length of the roof. Then you can add/adjust tie down points as needed. The roof is so strong and undentable that you don't really need crossbars, just points to secure stuff.Any ideas on roof racks? Is there anything off the shelf??
Great idea and nice job. Looks good up there. Don't you love it when these inspirations hit you and even better when they work out.A brief update. My removal of the passenger side cabinet has been largely successful. I’m amazed at how well this thing is built. The challenge now was how to cover the gaping hole using repurposed material that was in the cabinet since it’s all painted and finished in the correct color.
I had the brilliant idea to salvage a “shallow” cabinet and mount it side by side at the ceiling in the void left behind. It entailed chopping the back off and reattaching it after pulling 1,000,000,000 huge staples. It came out really well and I used a lot of the aluminum trim and edge material to make it look good again.
Now they’re even depth at the ceiling line and the side is filled in and ready for a flip down table that will serve the passenger when the seat is flipped backwards.