Flush Mount Solar Panel Brackets - Stainless - Set of 2
Flush Mount Brackets
Our Flush Solar Panel Mounting Brackets are designed to give you the cleanest and easiest solar panel installation possible. They are designed to be used with Unistrut or 8020.
Features and Benefits
- Robust Design
- Easy to Install
- 14 Gage Stainless Steel is made to withstand all of mother nature's harshest environments
- Slotted hardware locations to compensate for different solar panels and installation variations
Specifications: 1.5" Long x 3.23" Wide x 1.56" Tall with slot on center for 5/16 hardware where you attach to your rack, and one slot for 1/4" hardware in the middle to attach to your solar panel.
Our brackets are specifically designed for easy installation with 8020 or Uni-Strut roof racks so that the top of your solar panel sits close to flush or sub flush with the top of your rack. With these brackets you can bolt your solar panel to your bracket, lower your panel onto your cross bars, and easily tighten the hardware from the top. Most other flush mount options require you to bolt your panel to your brackets and your cross bars, then installing these as an entire one-piece assembly. This process gets complicated and cumbersome once you have more than one solar panel and often requires you to build your rack first and then lower it onto your roof. Our panels eliminate those issues and offer a hassle-free installation. Do not waste your time or money with any other solar panel mounting brackets if you plan to install them on an 8020 or a Uni-Strut rack. You will be left trying to modify them or with having to install your solar panels to your rack before you install it on your van.
- 2 x Flush Mount Solar Panel Brackets
- Mounting hardware is sold separately and can be added using the drop down below
Recommended Brackets per Panel:
- 4 brackets per panel - 100w panel or smaller
- 6-8 brackets per panel - panels larger than 100w
Installation Notes: We have not updated our instructions to show the new narrow design yet.
- We recommend adding some Blue 242 Loctite to the threads of your bolts when you do the final installation. Even though we do not expect any, we recommend that you periodically check the hardware to ensure that nothing has loosened over time.