So after learning so much from this forum I'm giving back with my own solar
I wanted to have a solar
system that could tilt in any direction and after much internet research and finding nothing I decided to go out and make my own.
I started with angle bracket you can find at home depot, the 5' lengths are about $25
I cut them into about 12'' lenghts making sure each cut was lined up with the same holes so all 8 brackets are identical. I cut out the middle so I would be able to bend it to 90*
I also cut 1'' square aluminum into lenghts for a spacer, to raise the panel off the roof
with this spacer, which by the way was an after though you are able to get your hand in to place the 1'' bolts to secure panels in the down position.
I attached 4 of the 90* brackets to the panel with the 1'' spacer and with the help of VHB tape the other 4 brackets to the roof of the bigfoot
. The cheapest place I could find the tape was at
Digi-Key - 3M9848-ND (Manufacturer - 1-5-4991)
I live in Edmonton, ordered it on Monday around 11 am and it was at the house at 10am the next day. This is the same tape I have found other egg owners have used with success. It is the 3m VHB 4991
Now with everything mounted and some extra lengths of bracketting you can adjust the panels in all 4 directions. Here you can see it tilted on the short axis
If it has to be tilted the other direction and its shaded by the A/C unit I have extra 10'' lengths of bracketing to use as feet to extend the panel away from the trailer.
If the flat panel was to be tilted it would be shaded from the Max Fan cover. Bolt on the feet and its all sun no shade.
Here are 2 shots of the bracket. One on the Panel the other on the roof. The one roof you can see where I used a grinder to open up bolt holes into one long hole. This makes it easier to feed the bolt through for flat mounting. I did this on both sides of the roof mount bracket.