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Painless! Looks great!
I received the rails very quickly. When I installed them, everything fit well and bolt holes lined up perfectly
These rails fit my Jeep Gladiator perfectly! They are very sturdy and a great addition to my cargo bed capabilities. A bonus is you can get the superstrut mounting hardware for adding stuff to the racks at any Home Depot.
Nice alternative to the Mopar rails
These cargo rails are super heavy duty and fit perfectly in my 2022 Gladiator. I have the factory spray in bed liner so I went to Ace and bought a M6x1.0 tap to clean the threads out which I highly recommended doing as well if you have the liner. I bought some Uni strut 3/8 spring nuts and I was ready to start mounting stuff. These are cheaper than the factory rails and I recommend these to anyone who’s shopping around for a rail system in their Gladiator.
Only issue was poor quality of hardware. Two of the mounting bolts snapped off halfway into the bed. I now have to tap them out and replace them.
Hey Greg, Did you have a factory or aftermarket applied spray in bedliner? If so, the bed coating essentially binds the threads, nothing to do with weak hardware but it will break all the same if they bind. Use a M6x1.0 tap to chase these threads prior to installation to clean them up. Let us know if you need anymore hardware once you get them extracted. Matt Homes Customer Service Manager Builtrightind.com
Utility Rail Review
Good with the exception of one issue, likely self-inflicted for using a power tool. Two bolts sheared when I used an impact. I now need to find a replacement bolt for one while the other is sheared off in the threads, not going to fix that myself. Until I fix that the side rails are fastened with 3 of 4 connection points, but appear fairly stable for my use.
Hey Alex, The 12 bolts that are used to install the Utility Rails are M6x1.0. They are a fairly small bolt (thanks Jeep), we would recommend sticking with hand tools, impacts are too easy to break hardware with. Let us know if you need and replacement bolts, we can get some headed your way. Matt Homes Customer Service Manager builtrightind.com
Exactly what I needed and wanted.
I bought a cap for my Gladiator that requires the trail rail for proper installation. After looking at the Mopar product and deciding that it was overpriced junk, I headed to Home Depot and came home with $100 worth of Unistrut and adapters. It took me a couple of hours to realize that the factory Unistrut hole and the Jeep bed holes didn’t jive. So I return everything to HD and went online to find a source of Unistrut without mounting holes. That is when I found the BuiltRight product. It was the perfect solution that I was looking for. It was delivered fast, it fit perfectly and the cost was about the same as a DYI project that I honestly didn’t have time for. It is so much stronger than the Mopar kit and any T-nuts, screw eyes or mounting hardware I could need are right down the street at HD or Lowe’s. Win-win-win!
Jeep Gladiator utility rail system
This product is well built and a great value. It is very strong and very versatile, allowing for free range of movement for tie down/mounting options. You can make your own anchors very easily at any local hardware store(I bolts, washers, cone nut or spring nut). My Tyger soft roll up bedcover attached easily to the rails with provided brackets.
Better quality and price than OEM
Solidly built, extremely easy install, and at better price than the competition…can’t go wrong! I have the spray-in bed liner, but based on other comments, I just used a drill to drive a bolt in each hole before installing the rail. There was a little resistance at the beginning, but the drill powered through it and I didn’t damage any threads. Maybe I just got lucky, but the install was way simpler than I expected! As for anchors, I saw a video review where a guy used eye bolts, cone nuts and fender washers to make his own adjustable anchors and it worked like a charm for me. Can’t beat 4 anchors for $16 worth of parts!