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As for the adjustable SOLAR panel mounting brackets you are looking for, make them yourself. The parts needed are below and it will be just as good or better than the ones for sale.
1 - Cut 4 lengths of perforated angle aluminum the width of your SOLAR panel. (See picture below)
2 - Cut 2 lengths of 3/4" square aluminum tubing about 12" long.
3 - Mount one length of the perforated aluminum to the bottom of the 2 narrow sides of your SOLAR panel
4 - Lay your SOLAR panel where you want to mount it to your roof, mark the roof with a pencil for each side that will be mounted.
5 - Lay a length of the cut perforated angle aluminum over your markings and mount the angle aluminum to the roof using a lot of Dicor self leveling sealant. If your roof is not flat, you can use the "Z" brackets to mount the angle aluminum to the roof. Do both sides.
6 - Mount the SOLAR panel to the base angle aluminum at one end using the mounting thumb screws below. If you think it is necessary, you can drill a hole through the screw and put a cotter pin in to insure that it does not come loose. The commercial mounting brackets use these also.
7 - Drill a hole near the ends of the 3/4" square tube. Mount one end on the base's last hole using the thumbscrews. (you can move it to one of the other holes in the base should it be necessary in the winter months for more angle.
8 - Mount the other end of the 3/4" square aluminum tube to the SOLAR panel's perforated aluminum mounting using thumbscrews. Tilt the panel o the proper SOLAR angle and put the thumbscrew in.
There you go.... at a fraction of the cost of purchasing one. Same material, but built to YOUR specifications. You could actually mount some aluminum angle brackets 90 degrees from the other mounting brackets in case you are parked at a different angle. They will give you a 2 way tilt
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