Adjustable Solar Panel Mount Mounting Rack Bracket -- Boat, RV, Roof Off Grid

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$46.99
WindyNation Adjustable Solar Panel Mounting Kit is designed to mount/rack solar panels up to 28 inches in width. Includes: Adjustable mounting frame and fasteners (see photos above). Note: No solar panel is included with your purchase
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90 of 93 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good quality and YES, May 22, 2015
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Good quality and YES! A Renorgy 100 Watt Solar Panel fits perfectly. The assembly is easy. You can reverse the thumb screws to the inside if needed and adapt the height as I have. See Picture. Because it fit, I ordered another. Great Buy! Fast delivery, good packaging.

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Strong mounts., August 24, 2015
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This review is from: Adjustable Solar Panel Mount Mounting Rack Bracket -- Boat, RV, Roof Off Grid (Electronics)
Wish they had a smaller price tag but you get what you pay for. Nice construction and works side mounted or long ways on my 100 watt Renogy panels. They fold nicely for storage as well. I use them as my mobile mounts with some tent stakes. would and probably will buy again.

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Better to build one yourself, October 5, 2016
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This review is from: Adjustable Solar Panel Mount Mounting Rack Bracket -- Boat, RV, Roof Off Grid (Electronics)
It's a very basic pair of adjustable A frame brackets-nothing more. Best advice I can give is go to the local hardware store and pick up the basic materials and do it yourself and save some $$ and you'll probably design a better product. Be aware that the two longer L braces are 22" and 28" respectively. If you follow the instruction diagram and are trying to mount it to a Renogy 100W panel you will find that the longer brace is too short for a "portrait" mount because the shorter earth rest is too short to properly support the tall panel. If you use the short brace as the panel support for a "landscape" mount the longer braces are too long when you want to collapse everything done for travel. There is no innovation here, just a brute force type of support that does the job but at a very high - >$50 for 6 strips of punched aluminum and hardware, some of which is not even stainless - come on, give me a break!

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