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Pop Up Popup Camper Trailer Support Post Safety Braces Lift & Roof Brace Parts on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Salisbury, Maryland, US

Salisbury, Maryland, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Warranty:No

This is a pair of pop up camper lift safety braces.  One is placed on opposites sides of the camper at opposite ends.  This is a safety feature that will keep the roof from crashing down and injuring someone if the lift cables or springs break.  It is also handy to keep up a corner if the spring has broken.  It also take some of the roof weight off the lift system to keep it in great condition.  They are 42" long.  feel free to ask any questions. 

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