Tie down clamps make possible the suspension of a 3/8-inch pipe 2-1/4 inches below a main frame member. This permits the awning covers to be drawn tight over the frame by lacing them to the suspended tie bar. The awning curtain will hide the assembly from view. Includes machine bolt and hex nut.
Tie down clamps should be spaced approximately 4 feet apart. Grommets in the purchase strips should be on 4- to 6-inch centers. The tie bar need not be continuous — it can be cut and separated to make way for posts or struts if necessary.
Be sure that the tie bar is roughly 1 inch short on each end to prevent its chafing through the curtains on the ends of the awning. Use with an appropriately sized rod or pipe: For use with 3/4-inch galvanized pipe.
Please Note: 3/4-inch galvanized pipe has an outer diameter of 1 inch.
|Hardware Material:||Aluminum, Metal|
|Fits Pipe:||3/4" (OD — 1")|