Universal awning brackets specifically for PRINSU roof racks. Will accommodate a wide variety of awnings including CVT, Tepui, ARB, Foxwing, and Eezi Awn. Specifically designed to provide proper clearance about vehicle doors and auxiliary lighting on roof racks. Laser cut from 1/8" mild steel, press brake formed, zinc primed and finished with a durable black powder coat finish. Extremely strong due to the "lock in" design which attaches the bracket to both the crossbars, and side plates of Prinsu roof racks. Includes all hardware.
May inhibit the use of roof top tents in some applications.
Products are 2-3 week lead time
Must be used with 1" x 2" crossbars. Will not fit older style 1.5" x .75" crossbars.
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Love it! Fits like a glove.
The bracket is well made. It’s much better than using standard L type brackets. I had to make deeper cuts in the roof rack side wall slits in the brackets so that it would work on my Victory 4x4 roof rack. Also their cross beams are supposed to be the ones used by most roof rack makers with the universal slots in them. However the supplied carriage head bolts that came with the brackets wouldn’t slide into the slots. I had to grind the heads down so they would slide in. Not sure if this was the fault of the cross beams I have or the bolts supplied with the brackets. It was a simple Dremel fix in both cases.