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    Default RTT on Wildtrak on the back

    Hi guys and girls

    I have a standard 212 Securilid on my Wildtrak. It has two tracks on the side for a roof rack. Is the 212 SecuriLid strong enough to do something like this:
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    What company does these installations? Does anyone have a rough estimate of how much this would cost?
    What size Roof Top Tent can I fit without removing the sports bar?

    Thanks in advance for your input.
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    Default Re: RTT on Wildtrak on the back

    Phone Frontrunner, they should be able to answer most of your questions.

    https://www.frontrunneroutfitters.co...oad-bedrk.html
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    Default Re: RTT on Wildtrak on the back

    Hi there,
    Yes, it can be done, all by Front Runner, and no need to remove/alter/fiddle with the sports hoop.
    I have the 2 x load bars, with 4 x mounting feet/arms which fits into the Securilid "216" roller cover tracks on my van, with the Front Runner 1300mm Width x 1200mm Length (when fully open length = 2400mm) RTT tent.
    It opens sideways on mine, over the LHS/passenger side of the van.
    For current pricing you'd have to call Front Runner, and/or check their www.
    Also, you could save yourself a few (a good few mind you) pennies, by ordering online, having it delivered to your chosen address via courier, and fitting/installing it yourself.
    I fitted the whole lot, together with the roof load bars & awning, in approx 3,5hrs one Sat arvie.
    I fitted it on my own (it is do-able with a good back) but could/would only be easier with some assistance.
    The Front Runner RTT weighs in @ a rather meagre 43kgs.
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    Default Re: RTT on Wildtrak on the back

    Edited.
    Last edited by ArabVR46; 2021/03/03 at 10:05 AM.

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    Default Re: RTT on Wildtrak on the back

    I had the frontrunner tray fitted, as described above works perfectly, the fact that it is behind the cab mostly out of the airflow means less impact on fuel consumption.
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