I wanted a simple roof rack that fit within the stock roof rails. I didn’t want a basket that added height, and didn’t want to spend the money for a DepHep or Gobi. I couldn’t find anything that met the size I was looking for so decided to make my own. I made this one for a little over $100 This is 62” long and the inside width of the stock rails is 33”. Parts List 1-1/2 in. x 14-Gauge x 72 in. Zinc-Plated Slotted Angle - 2 of these, $18.28 each 1/2 in. x 10 ft. Electric Metallic Tube (EMT) Conduit - 5 of these, $3.32 each. I wanted a relatively narrow space between the cross bars so used 14 total. At 33” each, I could only get three per each 10ft piece of conduit. Unfortunately more leftover scrap than I would like, but no other way to get the size roof rack I wanted. 1/8 in. x 3/16 in. Aluminum Rivets (50-Pack) - 1 pack, $5.98. You’ll be six rivets short if you don’t destroy any during the fabrication. I bought another pack. I’ll use them for another project so didn’t count it in the cost breakdown. 1/8 in. x 1 in. Zinc-Plated Fender Washer (100-Piece) - 1 pack, $9.68. So, I couldn’t find a large pack of 3/16 x 1 inch fender washers, only a small bag with three. Since I needed four of these per each cross bar, I decided to buy this pack and drilled them out to 3/16 to fit the rivets. A little bit of a PITA, but the fenders are needed as the rivets aren’t big enough for the holes in the slotted angle iron. #6 Nickel Plated Finishing Washer (100-Piece) - 1 pack, $5.25. Stainless steel is less expensive, but again I couldn’t find a large enough pack for what I needed, four per each cross bar again. You can do without these, but I added them to make a smoother finish. Without these, the rivet sticks up just a hair more, it’s pretty flush when you add these. 1/2 in. 2-Hole Electrical Metallic Tube (EMT) Straps (4-Pack) $1.11 / 1/2 in. Electrical Metallic Tube (EMT) 2-Hole Straps (25-Pack), $5.24 - 1 pack each. You’ll use two per cross bar. Nilight 90020B 2-Pack (Standard) Mounting Bracket - 3 of these $9 each. There are two per pack, I used these to attach the roof rack to the stock rails. I used some 5/16, #18 x 1 inch hex bolts and nylock nuts to attach the rack to the brackets. Assembly photos: I used vise grips to hold everything in place while crimping the rivets. Close up of the finished rivet side. This will be the topside when installed. Primed: Painted: Here's install photos. I could have made this a hair wider, maybe 33 1/8. I attached everything on the driver side first, then on the passenger side noticed the brackets aren't quite at 90 degrees. Had to rotate them a bit inboard to attach to the angle iron. Not a big deal, just something to consider if you make one. Pretty satisfied with how it sits. We'll see how it works, I'll be adding my Yakima ski box soon.