The spider connector or coupling for rafters, spacers, and vertical support poles.
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.
A standard extension follows the line of the trailer (curbside or roadside).
Used on cantilevered canopy frames, a horizontal brace stabilizes the rafter with a return to the trailer wall.
Horizontal aluminum poles used to hang half height skirts. They also serve as supporting "window sills" for zip down windows. Height is adjustable.
Standard canopies mount onto the Curbside or Roadside of the trailer. A Roadside mount goes on the driver's side of the trailer, facing the street. Sometimes referred to as a street side mount.
Unique entryways beckon people into your canopy or tent. This domed portico entryway is installed along the face of a storefront style canopy.
Vertical support poles are fitted with adjustable foot bases. The multiple adjustments help level the canopy on uneven surfaces.
Canopies and canopy frames are built out of many parts. Here is a layout of some of the major components.
Also called a “pad eye”. The ring is attached to the trailer. The end of the rafter hooks into this ring.