Easy-Out Awning For Front Runner Truck Bed & Tailgate Awnings
The Easy-Out awning for Front Runner trucks pairs with the front rack to give your adventure rig shade and cover while you're on the road. The awning itself is housed in a waterproof, UV-resistant and PVC-coated 650g nylon zippered cover. Two people can set it up and use it to shade your truck bed or tailgate in no time. This lightweight, durable awning is 1.4 meters in length and folds into the main carry bag.
Easy-Out Awning / 1.4m
The Easy-Out Awning enables you to set up your awning in just 60 seconds and is 1.4m wide and extends 2.1m from the vehicle. This awning is ideal for smaller vehicles, and its lightweight and sturdy construction is designed to last for years. It also includes heavy-duty PVC coated 650g nylon cover and guy lines for secure anchoring.
This Easy-Out awning is equipped with a 1.2-metre LED light strip that plugs into a 12V power socket inside the vehicle. This awning provides shade during the day and light when the sun sets. It features a manual mechanism to pull the awning in and out and is enclosed in a durable vinyl bag to keep it clean and protected. It is attached to the Front Runner Roof Rack using custom brackets.
Mounts to your roof rack
If you're in the market for a new roof rack, you'll find a wide range of different options. Fixed points and tracks are popular options for installing a roof rack, but there are other options as well. Permanent mounts are a cross between fixed points and tracks, as they require drilling into the roof and cannot be removed. However, if you're looking to permanently mount a roof rack to your car, permanent mounts are a good option.
The placement of your crossbars is dependent on your vehicle and the type of roof rack you're installing. The manufacturer will determine where the crossbars should be placed, based on the strongest portion of your roof. To install a rack, follow the instructions provided with the product. To install a roof rack, place the rack on the roof, and then attach the feet. The feet of a roof rack attach directly to raised side rails. To avoid a whistling noise, you can try some of the tips below.
There are several types of mounting systems available for your roof rack, including universal mounts, which can be a great choice if you own more than one brand of bike. But you should note that some racks only work with one type of crossbar, which is problematic if you have different brands of bikes. Mounts to your roof rack should be compatible with the crossbars in your car, otherwise, you'll have to buy another type of mount.
Open-rail systems are the most versatile. But some roof rack systems feature specific profiles, which restrict your mounting options. Furthermore, they reduce the maximum carrying capacity of your vehicle's roof. If you're not sure which type of system to use, you can always consult a fit guide before deciding on a roof rack. However, if you want to make use of open-rail systems, there are some other options that may be better suited to your needs.
Provides shade in mere minutes
Easy-Out Awnings mount to a Front Runner roof rack and provide shade within 60 seconds. They come with lightweight aluminum rafters and telescopic aluminium poles, reflective gut ropes and tent stakes, and a PVC-coated nylon cover. The front and rear awnings are compatible with Quick Release Awning Mount Kits. Whether you're driving across the country or simply need a place to stay dry, Easy-Out Awnings will provide shade in less than 60 seconds.
Folds into main carry bag
The Easy-Out awning attaches to the Front Runner roof rack and extends about the same distance from your adventure vehicle. It features heavy-duty PVC-coated 650g nylon zippered cover. It weighs just 27 pounds and is UV and water-resistant. Two people can easily set up the awning in less than 60 seconds. It extends 8 feet above the ground and includes windows, canvas flaps and a zippered door.
The EZ-Up folding awning features reinforced corner sections, Velcro tabs, and a convenient carry bag. Once installed, the awning folds neatly into its main carry bag. This means it's always ready to use. You can attach it to your vehicle permanently if you want. You can also store it in the main carry bag.
Secures water, fuel, bikes, skis, canoes and kayaks
A secure place to store your equipment is essential for recreational activities. Water, fuel, bikes, kayaks, and skis are among the most common items that need storage. You may need a vehicle for storing your gear or trailer for canoes and kayaks. Whether your equipment is on a trailer or in a vehicle, you need to be sure that it's safe and secure.