Prospeed 100 series roof rack for Landcruiser and LX470!

prospeed

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Do you happen to make an awning mount that works with the rack?
I haven’t made one yet but for now the prinsu one works or you could use what the manufacturer offers...I now a handful of guys have used both with great susccess! Since the side rails are flat and have slot holes it’s super easy to mount anything to it... sometimes simplicity is beautiful and functional!
 

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What's does installation usually consist of? I currently have factory rack and crossbars installed.
it requires removing the factory rack if you have one and the rain gutter trim... it’s recommended to build the rack on the ground starting with the cross bar first, wind deflector, side brackets, and filling the roof holes with clear rtv silicone sealant and dropping the rack on top and tightening it all up! Super easy!
 

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We hit 12 guys officially and still have tomorrow midnight to get orders in! Tell your friends if they want to join to get the rack for $775! This will be the lowest and last time at this price. Thanks guys for the support!
 

prospeed

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I will here’s a some pics of the prospeed roof rack with a massive alpha RTT... this thing fits perfectly with our rack! Raphael got to put it to good use in Death Valley and the rack handled the trip like a champ!
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I didn't know there was a separate thread for the Prospeed rack. And there is a group buy that is even cheaper than what I bought it for!?! Lol

I used the 4XRAC Hi-Lift mounts. I got them on Amazon.

You do have to drill some holes. I wanted to make room for my shovel and the hi lift on one side... Well I was not paying attention and one of my holes I have to drill through the rack mounting leg. Just more metal to drill through.

There is own disclaimer. If you do mount your hi-lift to the roof rack. It does make a lot of noise when the jack moves around. Thus you see my picture of a bunch of bungee cords to keep it from vibrating.

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