ROOF RACKS Prinsu cab rack

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Alright as some of you may know already my truck has been sponsored by cbi, prinsu, and Baja designs thus far. I just ordered my cab rack and I would like everyone with theirs and the accessories you have on it. Lights are a must I want to see how you routed it into the cab.

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Alright as some of you may know already my truck has been sponsored by cbi, prinsu, and Baja designs thus far. I just ordered my cab rack and I would like everyone with theirs and the accessories you have on it. Lights are a must I want to see how you routed it into the cab.

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Or you could drill your roof and do a sweet mil-spec cannon plug.
 

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I ran a red and black wire up driver side. Pushed right in under black trim for windsheild and was 100% hidden. Then when it came out the top I shrinkwrapped it to the plug. Never had any issues. I no longer run a bar up top (have eliminated all wind noise from prinsu) so cant take pics. Use a tool like a flathead to stuff wire down into crack taking care not to cut wires sheathing.
 

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I ran a red and black wire up driver side. Pushed right in under black trim for windsheild and was 100% hidden. Then when it came out the top I shrinkwrapped it to the plug. Never had any issues. I no longer run a bar up top (have eliminated all wind noise from prinsu) so cant take pics. Use a tool like a flathead to stuff wire down into crack taking care not to cut wires sheathing.
I want to add some s2s on the side
 

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I want to add some s2s on the side

Then you could run those down the passenger side. Shouldnt be a problem and I do believe you can connect all three grounds together as long as the main lead is large enough.
 

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Hey sorry man. Busy day. I'll get to your message in the morning. Just sitting down to relax and am pretty spent. In a nutshell, I did create a harness from scratch, perhaps something I can help you with a make one for you. Wouldn't even know it's there and is totally weather tight
 

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Jay I tested it out and ran two 14awg wires inside some braided loom and ran them down the trim next to the window and they fit perfectly. I would just go that route. Just other have said above. Anything bigger than 14awg may be a super tight fit.
 

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Jay I tested it out and ran two 14awg wires inside some braided loom and ran them down the trim next to the window and they fit perfectly. I would just go that route. Just other have said above. Anything bigger than 14awg may be a super tight fit.
Thanks for this. Just waiting on everything to get here
 
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