So you've got a Prinsu rack and you want to mount an LED light bar? We've got you covered! The Prinsu racks come with the option for a 40" light bar cutout, for users with this option we've created a turn key kit that includes everything you need to get a performance based lighting solution. This kit utilizes our 7 Light XL Linkable kit that provides you with a crisp 22, lumens. In terms of hardware and accessories we include brackets that are proprietary to Prinsu's rack design, all required hardware, a relay harness for the XL Linkable, and Rock Guards. This is an all inclusive kit that will compliment your Prinsu rack along with giving you some serious night time lighting performance.
Note: If you did not purchase a rack with the 40" Light Bar cutout option we have included instructions on how to cut your existing panel.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty – Complete Purchase Protection
uService® – Replaceable Lenses And Optics
ClearView® – All The Light, Right Where You Need It.
MoistureBlock™ – Waterproof, Rain Proof, Submersible
CopperDrive® – Only LED Driven At %
K Daylight – Less Driver Fatigue, Natural Color
Lumens: 22, Utilizing 28 LEDs
Wattage/Amps: W / 14A
LED Life Expectancy: 49, Hours
Front Lens: Hard Coated Polycarbonate
Housing: Powder Coated Cast Aluminum
Bezel: Billet Machined Aluminum
Hardware & Bracket Material: Stainless Steel
Exceeds MIL-STDG (Mil-Spec Testing)
Built-In Overvoltage Protection
IP69K (Waterproof, Submersible to 9ft)
IK10 Compliant (Mechanical Impact Testing)
- x3 XL Sport Spot LED Light
- x2 XL Sport Driving/Combo LED Light
- x2 XL Sport Wide Cornering LED Light
- x7 XL Sport Rock Guards
- Pre-load Center Bracket
- Prinsu Specific Brackets ( Stainless Steel)
- XL Linkable Harness
Driving/Combo: Maximum trail coverage in a single light. The Driving/Combo pattern is equipped with both Wide Driving (44°) and spot (6°) optics to provide you with a smooth blend of light for both near field applications and distance (Lighting Zone 3)
Wide Cornering: BD was the first to develop a pattern specifically for cornering, dust and/or fog conditions. The Wide Driving pattern offers a 44° flattened horizontal beam for the ultimate in comfort lighting. (Lighting Zones 1 & 2)
High Speed Spot: A longer and narrower 6° beam focus for illumination further down the trail or road. The Spot pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with additional Wide Driving and/or Driving/Combo beam lights. (Lighting Zone 4 & 5)
LED Light Bar Brackets Fits Prinsu Roof Racks
Ignite the night with the Apex Fabworks Prinsu Rack LED Bar Brackets. Our mounting system is CAD designed, CNC cut and bent to perfection providing a seamless fit. Our mounts are designed to be low profile keeping your LED light bar as close to the window as possible reducing wind noise and vibration while still allowing for an uninhibited view of the road and trail. Combine all these great features with our life time warranty on all vehicle mounting systems so you can drive into the darkness and ignite the night.
- Easy installation, watch our installation videos for a step by step guide
- Powder coated with a tuff black semi-gloss mini texture
- Works with any SINGLE row LED bar. (Max Width 43")
- Mounting systems engineered and manufactured in the USA
Easy 5 minute install Drop in nuts allow you to not have to modify the rack in any way.
Simply drop the threaded nut into the extrusion and mount the brackets and led.
The side rails on the rack are pre cut and drilled for Baja S2 flush mount lights and Rigid flush mounts lights. I personally don't see the value in paying $$ for a top of the line light for this particular application. After seeing them listed as interchangeable with Rigid lights I opted to go with Aurora LED ALO-ELE13T flush mounted scene lights. They are a compact light with 20 watt, lumen, degree beam pattern output per housing using CREE LEDs, plus they're IP69 waterproof and very affordable, especially buying via group purchase @diodiasetup. The harnesses are relatively inexpensive so I bought them not knowing what in particular I was going in to use from them but I planned to cannibalize them.
They are not, in fact, a direct replacement for the Rigids, the bolt pattern was slightly narrower so they won't be a direct bolt-on for the SSO rack. I used a ziptie to hold them up in place so I could plan and visualize my wiring and start taking measurements.
Once I got my wiring planned out I worked on fitting the lights. I used a file and slotted the mounting holes on the rack inwards to fit the new lights and then painted the inside of the slots. Before and after, the paint was freshly applied and still wet in the after picture.
The lights mounted.
I feel like most roof rack light setups I see are messy and covered in zip ties, I'm all about details so I made sure to really focus on making this as clean and hidden as possible. When the harness was done this was my mounting/routing.
From the outside, there's no visible zip ties or wiring.
Wiring from the power distribution module under the hood comes up along the edge of the cowl and I heat shrank the whole run of harness and ran is almost invisibly right up to the side of the windshield molding and RTV'd it into place. I made sure to route the wiring with the ground wire on the outside to minimize the chance of something hitting the truck and exposing a power source. Realistically it doesn't matter, but why not.
Wiring completed and % functional. It came out really clean, everything is hidden behind the lower solid portion of the rack.
The main use for my roof rack is to carry an iKamper Skycamp rooftop tent. One of the goals with the electrical is to have a plug and play electrical box that will go inside the tent, one of its functions will be to control the left and right side lights independently from inside the tent. So right here at the front of the rack, I added waterproof connectors. Right here is where I can disconnect that connection, hook up the wiring from the box which will have a second switch wired in series controlling the side lights. Plug the box in, leave the main switch activated and then the switch in the tent takes over control of the system.
More of the completed wiring.
The interior has a switch for each side.
The lights work.
I did it all the exact same way for the opposite side. I'm really happy with the end result.
I'm keeping this about the roof rack wiring but If you're interested in the power distribution module and switch panel info it's in my build thread starting around post or so. Agent_Outside: Adventures in a 4Runner Limited
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Lights prinsu rack side
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