The spider connector or coupling for rafters, spacers, and vertical support poles.
Canopies and canopy frames are built out of many parts. Here is a layout of some of the major components.
Even short trailers such as goose-necks can accommodate our canopies. You simply add a “rise above” to create an elevated rear eave.
A locking pin inserted into holes in the frame to join two pieces together.
Pole bags are a convenient way to organize your frame poles and foot bases for safe keeping.
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...
Ground poles (typically 2″ round aluminum) are pinned to the foot base of each vertical pole.
Half height (privacy) poles typically come with adjustable collars.