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Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack - Silver (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4 Door)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Rear Rack for Extra Storage
    • Low Profile Design
    • Extruded Aluminum Construction
    • 18-Gauge Stamped Steel Floor
    • UV-Resistant Hard Anodized Finish
    • Black Powdercoated Floor w/ Silver Rails
    • Height Adjustable
    • 12-Month Warranty
    • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door Hard Top Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    I'm Ryan from, and this is my review of the TeraFlex rear utility cargo rack, fitting all 2007 to 2016 four-door JKs that have a hardtop. If you have a two-door JK or a soft top on your four-door, you will not be able to use this rack. This is for those of you guys who use your JKU for camping or just, like, to haul around a lot of gear. This cargo rack will give you some additional space and also allow you to strap down your cargo when it's in the Jeep, making sure that it stays nice and secure. Now, like all TeraFlex products, this is really well-built and also has the price tag to go along with it, so if you have the budget for it, I definitely recommend taking a look at this rack. As I said, this rack is really well-built. The sidebars are made of an extruded aluminum that's covered in a UV-resistant anodized coating, which means they're going to look good for a long time. And this rack is available with the black sidebars or with the silver if you want a little bit of a different look. The corners of the sides are made of a plastic composite material, and the bottom is a stamped steel to give you plenty of strength. All the side rails have T-slots built into them so that you can add accessories and also tie-downs, and this kit doesn't come with just the basket. It also has your mounting brackets. These allow you to mount the basket onto the support cage of your JKU, and something I really like about them is that they're adjustable. So no matter what size cargo you're trying to carry on the rack or below the rack, you'll be able to make the adjustment and ensure that everything fits. Getting this rack installed on the Jeep is pretty easy, but there is a little bit of assembly that you'll have to do beforehand. TeraFlex does a nice job of including very explicit instructions, and even though there are a lot of pieces, if you follow the instructions carefully, the install is pretty straightforward. The first thing you'll want to do is lay out the bottom of the rack, and then go to installing all of the T-nuts that attach to the rails onto the bottom of the rack. You'll also snap in those composite corners, and once you have the completed rack built, you can install the brackets onto the support cage. Again, those are completely bolt-in, and they'll go into nuts that are welded into the support cage that are normally designed to hold your soft top in place. Once you have the brackets installed, you can bolt the rack itself onto the brackets and adjust it height-wise for whatever type of cargo you're going to be carrying. The whole installation will probably take right around two hours, and you won't need any specialty tools, just some Allen keys and a socket set. As I said in the beginning, TeraFlex is known for making really high-quality products, and along with that comes a little higher price tag. There are other racks that mount in the same location of your Jeep, and if you're only going to use it once a year, maybe you save a little bit of money and you go with one of the less expensive ones. But, if you want one of the higher quality racks that's available, you're going to be using it a lot, and you want to make sure that it holds up over time, I would definitely recommend going with this TeraFlex cargo rack. So, whether you use your Jeep for camping, over-landing, or you just like to haul around a lot of cargo, this will add some additional space and give you a nice area to strap down cargo, and also some accessories, into the rear of your Jeep. This is a really high-quality, well-built product that carries a price tag that goes along with it, but if you're looking for one of the nicer cargo racks that I've seen that mounts onto your support bar, I would recommend taking a look at this rack. So, that's my review of the TeraFlex rear utility cargo rack, fitting all 2007 to 2016 four-door JKs, that you can find right here at

    The Rack of Your Dreams. Your Wrangler JK 4-door is a great off-road adventure machine. One thing that might hold you back from some longer expeditions is a lack of accessible storage space. This Wasatch Rear Cargo Rack from Teraflex almost doubles available storage by providing a "shelf" over the standard load area. This makes it much easier to arrange and access all the stuff you'll need in the backcountry. Standard T-slot attachments on the rack allow for attachments of straps and accessories. What's more, it was designed from the start to be rattle-free. With this rack, the world is yours.

    Attaches to Sport Bar. The Teraflex Utility Rack is designed to attach to the stock JK sport bar over the rear cargo area. What makes this cargo rack special is the ability to adjust the height to fit your needs at any given time. The rack can be adjusted from 23.625 inches to 18.825 inches, measuring from the rack panel to the cargo floor. Also included are t-slot channels that provide tie down points for mounting accessories.

    Installation. Designed to offer lots of added space and storage for your hard top JK 4-door, this Cargo Rack comes with black powdercoated floor panels and silver aluminum side rails, along with all necessary hardware for installation. Any load will be supported and carried by your factory sport bar for a safe and secure upgrade.

    Applications. This Silver Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack is designed to fit 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-doors models equipped with Hard Top only.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    MPN# 4820000

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    What's in the Box
    • (2) Bottom Panels
    • (8) Aluminum Rail Sides
    • (4) Corner Outer Caps
    • (4) Brackets
    • (40) T-Nuts
    • Turbo-Lock Blue Thread Locker
    • L-Key Allen Wrench
    • Installation Hardware
    Installation Info
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    Questions & Answers (7)

    5 Top Rated Questions

    Can this be used with a hard top?

    • Yes, the Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack will work with a hard top.

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    Will an ARB 50 fridge on slider fit under this on a 4 door unlimited jk?

    • We have not tested the ARB 50qt fridge with this rack, but do not believe there would be adequate clearance.

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    I removed the back seats from my 2 door jk. Will this rack fit?

    • This rack will not fit the 2 door JK and is designed to work on the 4 door JK only.

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    Will the Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack fit if you have the rear seat recline kit installed?

    • The Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack would not work with the rear seat recline kit no.

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    Will this unit work if I've installed the rear seat recline kit?

    • No, the Teraflex Rear Utility Cargo Rack will not be compatible with a rear seat recline kit.

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    Customer Reviews (7) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 3.9

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Afternoon

    • Fit 4.285714 4.3
    • Appearance 4.571429 4.6
    • Bang For Your Buck 3.285714 3.3

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      February 15, 2019

      Does exactly what I wanted

      I got this so I could store a cooler, water, grill and other hard heavy stuff on the floor and then put tent, pad, bag etc above without all my gear getting mashed together. It's perfect. The assembly video really helps. I also suck a magnetic lantern under it, that makes rummaging around a bit easier.


      Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 1/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      December 17, 2018

      Don't fall for it.

      I've never in my life could've expected that this product could be so hard to put together. Seriously, it is a painful and tedious setup. For the price, I expected high quality. Don't expect that. The metal is tin metal thin. The side rails are plastic. There is no "rail" on it (because they sell this as a separate product for an insane amount of money) so things will slide out if it's too small. The metal that mounts it onto your Jeep is already starting to rust through the screw holes - rust is running down. Please note that I did not expose this to weather as it's been in my Jeep with a hard top since day 1. Overall, I'd recommend going with a different brand. I only purchased this because I had credits from ExtremeTerrain (yay for demo products!). It does look good and it does fit well. I really do not like that it screws in with two small screws where the soft top mounts.


      Year: 2015Submodel: Rubicon

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    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 18, 2018

      Good Rack But Only Give It 2.5 Stars Out of 5

      Took this rack on Rubicon Trail for it's first off-roading outing, and used it for 8 weeks during in-and-around the town use. 1) ASSEMBLY/ATTACHMENT – This is a time consuming and somewhat of a painful process. 2). QUALITY/DESIGN - Quality is good, not great, but the design is only fair to good depending on your use. Let’s just say it could definitely use some refinements. (a) The back rail, facing the tailgate, is not removable so it inhibits loading/offloading cargo. Whether it’s camping gear or groceries it definitely gets in the way. I found taking it off made it much more effective of a rack. (b) The Hex bolts that attach the rack frame to the Jeep roll bar are threaded from the outside-in, window side to the center cargo area. This leaves little room for maneuvering when placing the rack in your Jeep or taking it out. Note: Teraflex if you reversed this it would be a heck of a lot easier. (c) WHY USE HEX/ALLEN bolts, how about some hand tight knobs for securing the rack in place? After using the Hex bolts for a few weeks on the street I decided to change them out with M6x25mm Male Threaded Knobs I found on Amazon verse the Hex/Allen supplied by Teraflex. The Hex didn’t hold up any better even on the Rubicon Trail. Before we started I changed one side of the Terafles Hex bolts with Grip Knobs I bought so I can compare them side-by-side. They both preformed equally as well/strong but the hand knobs were much easier to put in place. (d) The rack continually loosens from the roll bar attachment. If you’re just driving around town you should be good but every evening while out on the trail I found I had to retighten the rack-frame to the roll bar by ¼ to 3 full turns. This was for both Big Bear and Rubicon. It loosens. (e) The rack makes squeaky noises, not initially but if you use it on the trail or continually on the road then it will start to make noise. I put this to the test loading groceries, Costco purchases, tools and parts purchases and camping gear on trail and found it squeaks because it loosens making parts slide (f) Rack accessories were clearly an after thought. Not part of the original design. If you expect to use a shelf/rack then you’re going to need some way to secure items in place while driving. The most sensible is a cargo net but at the time I purchased and used this rack, if I wanted one I needed to purchase one from another source (i.e. Amazon). Hopefully, Teraflex corrected that. (i) Tie down points are terrible, I purchased a couple different types Ring Eye Bolts made for the type of railing Teraflex used the manufacture the rack. I even tried various combinations of these with metal and plastic snap links and my aftermarket cargo net and no matter what combination I tried it always had attachment points come loose. (j) Cargo bouncing noises. A cloth, neoprene or rubber mat top for the metal shelf would help hold cargo in place and prevent the bang, bang, bang of your around town cargo when going over a speed bump. 3) PERFORMANCE – The weight and size of the rack is good but the 75lb cargo weight limitation is not conducive for carrying camping gear, Jeep parts/tools or even groceries. Case in point: We had to stop by and get bottled water, groceries and other shopping items after spending a day on the trail and hiking with friends. We had the lower cargo area full with our packs, gear, etc so we tried using the top Teraflex rack I installed but we couldn’t put all our items on the shelf. Not because size of our purchases but because weight limits. Needless to say we put the bags on the laps of our passengers in the backseat. Likewise, a 4-person tent, 2 cots, 2 folding chairs and table, all lightweight gear purchased from REI, was more weight than our Teraflex shelf allowed. I could go on but I think I made my points. I’ll be sending this review Teraflex. I hope they’ll be receptive with the feedback and not upset, as I really like their products. In any case the best I can give this rack is 2.5 Stars, which I rounded up to 3.


      Year: 2018Submodel: Rubicon

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 09, 2018

      Love this

      Love this! it was just what I needed for extra storage. Easy to assemble. Very tight fit when you have a recline kit in but got it done with a 2nd set of hands.


      Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      March 25, 2018

      Never again

      A cargo rack should not take 3 hours to put together. Nice product but will never buy this brand ever again due to complex construction.


      Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      May 18, 2017

      Teraflex silver rack

      Assembly was rather a pain, but worth it. I doubled my space in the cargo area with this rack. My intention was to prevent someone from grabbing this out the back, on its lowest adjusted position it works like a charm. Beware, when you assemble it, tighten everything down well, it will shack and rattle which is annoying. I bought some different torque bolts to go into the frame with rubber washers to soften the vibration, can't hear it at all now. Well worth the money and time to install it. Don't complain about the I instructions, they all suck, get yourself a Pollack and figure it out. Cheers


      Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      May 18, 2017

      Interior Rack

      This doubled my interior cargo space. It's very well built and makes organizing trips very easy. It doesn't rattle or make noise and if you already have bigger tires it won't make much of a difference as far as visibility out of the back. It's a must have if you go camping or need the extra room.


      Year: 2015Submodel: Rubicon

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