Offers the ability to mount an awning to your PrinSu Rack.
Crafted from 1/8” mild steel & press brake formed.
“Lock In” design ensures maximum strength.
Zinc primed and topped off with a powder-coat finish.
Proudly fabricated in the U.S.A.
This Awning Bracket Kit was designed to work specifically with PrinSu Roof Racks. It will accommodate a variety of awnings from industry-leading manufacturers such as CVT, Tepui, ARB, Foxwing, and EEZI-AWN. Each Bracket has been constructed from 1/8” mild steel, press brake formed, zinc primed and topped off with a durable black powder-coat finish. Created with the outdoorsman in mind, PrinSu utilizes a unique “Lock In” design to ensure maximum strength. This design allows the bracket to attach to both crossbars along with the side plates of the PrinSu Roof Rack. Included with your purchase will be all necessary hardware to complete the installation. Order today and receive free shipping along with a full manufacturer warranty.
Must be used with 1” x 2” crossbars. Will not fit older style 1.5” x .75” crossbars.
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Finish: Zinc primed black powder-coat.
Dimensions: 8" x 8" x 5"
Weight: 4 lbs.
Installation of PrinSu Designs’ Universal Awning Brackets is quite simple. All necessary hardware will be included with your purchase. If you have any questions regarding the installation, please feel free to give us a call at 888-550-3028!
CBI OFFROAD FAB will warranty all CBI OFFROAD FAB manufactured parts for a LIFETIME of use. This Limited Lifetime Warranty is effective for as long as the original retail purchaser owns the product. This warranty terminates when the original retail purchaser sells or otherwise transfers the product to any other person. Each manufactured product must be installed following CBI OFFROAD FAB'S recommended fitment and installation procedures. Any customization or modification to the original product design, functionality, or use, either by said customer or by CBI OFFROAD FAB voids all warranty eligibility. It is the sole discretion of CBI Offroad to determine warranty eligibility.
Subject to the limitations and exclusions described in this warranty, CBI OFFROAD FAB will remedy defects in materials or workmanship by repairing or replacing, at its option, a defective product without charge for parts or labor. In addition, CBI OFFROAD FAB may elect, at its option, not to repair or replace a defective product but rather issue to a purchaser a refund equal to the purchase price paid for the product or a credit to be used toward the purchase of a new CBI OFFROAD FAB product.
No warranty is given for defects caused by normal wear and tear, cosmetic rust, scratches, accidents, unlawful vehicle operation, products used for racing or competition, or modification of, or any types of repair of, a CBI OFFROAD FAB manufactured product.
The CBI OFFROAD FAB Warranty does not include the powder coated finish.
No warranty is given for defects resulting from conditions beyond CBI OFFROAD FAB'S control including, but not limited to, misuse, neglect, overloading, improperly maintained or failure to assemble, mount or use the product in accordance with CBI OFFROAD FAB'S written instructions or guidelines included with the product or implied use made available to the purchaser.
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I have the prinsu toprack on my 16 Tacoma. I bought these brackets to mount a Rhino Rack Batwing awning. I couldnt find any reviews anywhere of people who used these brackets to mount a Batwing awning, and Prinsu's website didn't specifically mention compatibility with this awning. When the brackets showed up, I lined them up with the channel on the Batwing awning, and sure enough, the hole slots in the bracket were too narrow for the channels on the awning. The Batwing channels are spaced at 10cm, and the Prinsu awning brackets hole spacing was 9.3cm at it's maximum. Dremel to the rescue. I dremeled out the needed 7mm on the hole slot of the bracket and they work perfectly. I took a drive up to Wyo this past weekend and the awning was perfect with no loosening of the bolts on the awning to the bracket, or the bracket to the prinsu crossbars.