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- Prinsu Roof Rack designed to fit the 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser.
- Fully modular rack designed to allow you to configure the rack as needed to fit your adventure's needs.
- Full aluminum construction for enhanced weight savings while maintaining strength.
- This FJ Cruiser Prinsu Rack includes all necessary mounting hardware & a noise reducing edge trim
- The original Prinsu Roof Rack; Made in America.
This original low profile FJ Cruiser Roof Rack is just what you need to take your build to new heights. Prinsu Racks are known for both their stylish appearance and unmatched functionality. Whether you are overlanding across the country or simply taking a weekend trip, this Toyota FJ Cruiser Prinsu rack is certain to accommodate your adventure's needs.
Each rack is manufactured with a full aluminum construction and features a satin black texture powder coated finish to ensure rust and corrosion resistance. Designed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind, the engineers at Prinsu Design Studio have incorporated T-slot channel high strength alloy crossbars.
The integrated drop points on these black anodized crossbars are what make this rack capable of mounting various roof rack accessories such as recovery boards, storage containers, cargo boxes, and even a Rooftop Tent. Cut and dry, the FJ Cruiser Prinsu Rack features a completely modular design that allows for maximum customization.
Edge trim is included with the purchase of the rack, along with a 1/8 inch 5052 aluminum plate wind deflector to ensure that it is extremely aerodynamic and quiet. When purchasing, you are able to choose between (2) different style wind deflectors; either a standard option or one with a cutout for a 40 inch Light Bar.
If you're planning your next adventure and looking for a fully modular rack that features a sleek design and is made from the highest grade materials, look no further as this rack is incredibly strong and structurally sound. Installation is a breeze as the rack mounts to factory mounting holes.
How much weight does this Prinsu Rack Hold? When properly installed, the Toyota FJ Cruiser Prinsu Rack can support 600-800 pounds (static load capacity) and 300-400 pounds (dynamic load limit). Prinsu Racks have been field tested with Roof Top Tents and numerous accessories.
How much height does the Prinsu Design Roof Rack add to my FJ Cruiser? This FJ Cruiser Roof Rack features a low-profile design and the side rails only adds roughly 2 inches to the overall height of your vehicle.
How much wind noise does the Prinsu Rack generate? Prinsu Racks are designed to be extremely aerodynamic. Thanks to their ultra low-profile design and angled wind deflector with noise reducing edge trim, when properly installed the Prinsu Rack should not generate much noise at all. If it is generating noise there may be an issue with the installation.
What accessories can I mount to a Prinsu Roof Rack? One of the great things about Prinsu Roof Racks is their modular design, which allows them to work with numerous accessories. The custom designed crossbar features points for easy mounting of accessories such as the Prinsu MAXTRAX Mounts, Prinsu Tie Down Rings, and Prinsu RotoPaX Dual Cross Bar Mount and much more. There truly are endless mounting options to best fit your adventure's needs.
Can I put a Roof Top Tent on my Prinsu Rack? Absolutely! Prinsu Racks are the perfect platform for mounting most RoofTop Tents. The strong factory mounting points and t-channel crossbars with drop points provide an easy way to secure your tent and we also offer Prinsu Tent Mounts to make the process even easier.
What can I do to make my Prinsu Rack stand out from the rest? Most Toyota FJ Cruiser Roof Rack Racks are cut and dry but not Prinsu Design Studio's! Prinsu manufactures a variety of accessories that allow you to customize your rack to be one of a kind. For example, you can upgrade the wind deflector decal to change the front appearance of the rack and add on Prinsu Shield Plates for side profile style. We also encourage exploring other various mounting accessories to truly maximize your rack.
- Product ID: Toyota FJ Cruiser Prinsu Rack.
- Fitment: 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser.
- Material: Aluminum.
- Finish: Product powder coated in satin black.
- Rust Resistance: Thanks to the aluminum construction no rust will form.
- Wind Deflector Material: 1/8 inch high-grade aluminum.
- Crossbar Material: 2x1 inch t-channel aluminum with drop in points.
- Dimensions (box): 95 x 9 x 8 (inches).
- Weight (installed): ~65 pounds.
- Static Weight Capacity: 600-800 pounds.
- Dynamic Weight Capacity: 300-400 pounds.
- Light Bar: Optional 40 inch light bar (Baja Designs, Rigid Industries, Cali Raised etc.)
- Installation: Bolts to factory mounting points; No vehicle modification required.
The installation of the Toyota FJ Cruiser Prinsu Rack is simple and can be completed at home within 1-1.5 hours. All assembly hardware is included and the rack mounts to factory mounting holes. There is no vehicle modification needed. If you have any questions, please reach out to our customer service team at 888-550-3028.
Prinsu FJ Cruiser Roof Rack Installation Guide
Prinsu Racks comes with a LIFETIME warranty as long as the original retail purchaser owns the product. The Rack must be installed in accordance with proper installation procedures and Prinsu's recommended fitment guidelines for a warranty claim to be considered.
The warranty offered directly through Prinsu does not cover the powder coat finish. Also, warranties for normal wear and tear, cosmetic rust, scratches, and accidents are not covered with the Prinsu warranty. A warranty will also not be considered if Prinsu deems there was misuse or neglect while overloading. Please use common sense.