The Tuff Stuff® Ranger 65 inch roof top tent is exactly what you asked for... more room! We've added an additional 10" to the original Ranger footprint. More room for you and your family! All bedding can be stored inside to free up valuable storage in the vehicle and includes a thick foam sleeping mat pre-installed inside. The sleeping area is large enough for 2-3 full-sized adults and a child.
The retractable ladder can also be folded away for increased space inside of the annex room.
Mounting hardware & brackets for installation, fits up to 3.25" cross bars.
Sliding ladder 1 quantity.
Shoe bag that slides into the tents railing for outdoor storage.
Under tent storage hammock that can be mounted inside or outside of the tent.
Installation hardware and necessary tools.
Install time is approx 1-2 hours with 2 people. Detailed instructions included.
Annex room zips on after the tent has been installed.
All necessary spikes included.
All necessary hardware included (even the tools) to mount to most all roof racks (using the custom extruded aluminum channel system).
The ideal mounting height for the tent would be 76?-78? above the ground to allow for the ladder to extend and annex to hang to the ground.
Tent mounts slide In the lower mounting rail to accommodate any crossbars (left to right on the vehicle) with a spread of up to 52". We recommend your crossbars (left to right) are no more than 45" apart for optimal support. The included lower brackets will accept up to a 3.25" wide crossbar. Max width of your crossbar should be 3.25" or less so there are no modifications needed to use the provided brackets. If your crossbars are wider than 3.25" you will need to purchase brackets from another source or have them manufactured for you.
1. Your vehicle must have crossbars (left to right) that can accept 150+ lbs, and your crossbars should be at least 32.5" apart for proper support.
2. Pickup trucks: We strongly recommend the use of a truck bed rack. We do not recommend the Ranger tents be placed directly on the roof of a truck.
3. If fabricating your own mounting rails, wait until you receive your tent. It's the rare occasion that someone guesses the measurements right.