Prinsu - Lexus LX570 Roof Rack | 2008-2015

The Lexus LX570 roof rack is a modular, adjustable, and completely bolt together roof rack for your Lexus LX570/Toyota 200 Series Land Cruisers.  

The rack consists of 2 full length laser cut side rails constructed of 1/4″ 5052 aluminum plate. These rails extend the entire length of the vehicle, optimizing and spreading out the load bearing surface. This design allows for superior strength and the addition of this roof rack without drilling or modification to your vehicle. The crossbars are made from a 2″ x 1″ aluminum extrusion that has T-slot channels on all 4 sides and the Prinsu exclusive “drop point.” This offers numerous solutions for tie down options, cargo security, and the addition of accessories such as tool mounts or lighting. The rack comes powder coated in a satin black texture with black anodized aluminum cross-bar extrusions. One crossbar will not be anodized. It is intended to sit behind the wind deflector.

The rack is completely modular in that you choose how your rack is configured. You can also choose the number of cross bars you assemble your rack with. The rack comes standard with 8 cross bars for cargo with an additional 1 cross bar for mounting a wind deflector or LED light bar. The rack comes standard with a 1/8″ 5052 aluminum plate wind deflector to improve aerodynamics and reduce noise.

Weight capacity of the racks varies based on the number of crossbars used and their configuration. Prinsu expect all consumers to use good judgment and common sense with the loads they plan to carry using these rack systems.

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* All Prinsu racks come powder coated satin black, ready to install.

Additional Information:

  • Overall Length: 92"
  • Side Rail Height: 2.52" (measured at the center)
  • Clearance: .9375” (between roof and rack)
  • Sunroof Functional: Yes
  • Weight: 52 lbs
  • 48.5" Crossbars (black) 1x2: 9
  • 48.5" Crossbar (clear) 1x2: 1

*Noise reducing edge trim is included with the roof rack purchase.*

Installation Instructions