The spring pole acts as an anchoring post for the side skirts and ground pole. It attaches to a bracket on the trailer at each end of the canopy. The foot base is spring loaded so it rides up and down depending on the weight in the trailer and the terrain.
Vertical support poles are fitted with adjustable foot bases. The multiple adjustments help level the canopy on uneven surfaces.
Attached to the canopy's outer eave at each rafter to add stability to the canopy. The tie downs can be secured to the ground with stakes or lashed to weights (water barrels, cinder blocks etc.)
A corral skirt is a ground-level barrier used to surround an outdoor area adjacent to a trailer.
Long tubular bag for canopy storage. The tube bag is used in conjunction with a zippered bolt rope strip and is made to the length of the canopy. It serves two purposes. To lay the canopy out lengthwise on the trailer roof during installation. During tear-down it is laid out on the ground with the front eave of...
Also called “C” channel, “C” track or trailer track. Holds the bolt rope or keder and keeps the canopy attached to the trailer.
Custom cut-outs can be added to the canopy’s skirts or roof-ends to accommodate any A/C or heating unit.