Mule & Mega Mule Cargo Rack by Baja Rack

High quality rooftop Mule rack attaches to existing roof bars to transport your excess cargo. Available in 2 sizes to fit most roof top applications.

Limited Lifetime Warranty
Item # Size Dimensions Manufacturer Part # Availability Price
BR-MULE6-0 Medium 48"L x 39"W x 5"H BR-MULE-LP-0
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$324.30
BR-MEGAMULE-1-0 Large 64"L x 48"W x 5"H BR-MEGAMULE-LP-0
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
$423.00
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Summary

High quality rooftop Mule rack attaches to existing roof bars to transport your excess cargo. Available in 2 sizes to fit most roof top applications.

Detail

All new Mule & MegaMule cargo racks from BajaRack are sturdy rooftop cargo solutions for your vehicle already equipped with roof rack cross bars. The Mule cargo racks come in two sizes; the Mule has dimensions of 48" long x 39" wide and the MegaMule has dimensions of 64" long x 48" wide to store a lot of cargo. Each cargo rack comes in a 1-piece design, both super sturdy and able to take any of the elements. The powder-coated black tubular steel design is capable of carrying as much as your vehicle's rack can support. Already installed, the powder-coated black front aluminum fairing reduces wind noise and drag. Each Mule cargo rack comes with unique mounting hardware that clamps on to many vehicle cross bars, factory installed or aftermarket. Every Mule cargo rack comes with a Lifetime Limited Warranty.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

Reviews

5 Stars BajaRack Mule

Nate from CA wrote (May 19, 2014):

2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. Very lightweight and the welds are very impressive (very linear and no cutoffs). Aesthetically, it looks awesome and the front air deflector with the bajarack decal makes it look very aggressive. Its not too tall compared to others and the best part of all... priced very well. The only thing I don't like is that wind noise is more audible (not loud, but more noticeable) and the way its positioned in my vehicle... it loses it aerodynamic appeal especially driving over 70 on the highways. If positioned closer to the roof body, wind noise would decrease and would not create a drag effect with aerodynamics. the advantages outweigh the slight negatives imo.