Storage, Racks, Bed Conversions, Cargo area modification, tie-downs, extra fuel, roof-tents, awnings, curtains, cooking devices, water makers, water heaters, navigation devices, communication systems, tinted glass, flooring treatments, power and battery controllers, and all that other stuff you don't really need but is nice to have for big trips.
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Taking out the headliner makes no sense for the rack itself. Is there a power cable going to the rack?
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If it was me, I would move house
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TechMOGogy wrote:Yes that is a LeTech ladder
If I remember correctly they require drilling at the bottom to mount and as you can see are mounted to the roof rack on top.
The new Professional version does not require any drilling to mount the ladder. They are set up from Graz with reinforcement there and threaded bolt holes.
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1998 G500, 1995 G320
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To remove the rack is just 10 bolts that clamp it to the rain gutter.
Remove bolts, get some friends and lift it off.
I own this rack and can confirm it has been on and off my truck with no issues.
I do not own the LeTech ladder as I do not own a new G350d
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