Rooftop Tent Security Mount Kit - By Wheel Every Weekend


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Stop worrying about someone stealing your tent or having it fly off when you're on the trail!

The Wheel Every Weekend Rooftop Security Mount Kit works for most popular Rooftop Tent brands & roof racks. The kit includes 4x security mounts, unique tamperproof nuts & everything else needed to secure your rooftop home.

Proudly made in the USA by off-road/camping enthusiasts, for enthusiasts.

Perfect for Feldon Shelter Crow's Nest Rooftop Tents (all models).

  • 4x CNC Billet Aluminium mounting brackets
  • 8x Proprietary tamper-resistant security nuts
  • 8x Class 10.9 Bolts
  • 8x Security Nut socket with spanner / socket flats for low profile installation.
  • 8x 8mm External tooth lock washers

Let's be totally honest here, security nuts alone just don't cut it... with a cheap set of pliers you can spin them off easier than the stock nylock nuts if they are left exposed.

Right now your expensive tent could be haphazardly attached to your rig with 8 cheap no-grade 13mm nuts and a small strap of who knows what grade stainless flat bar. Your stock mount is easily cut or bent and the junky overseas Nylock nuts come loose with vibration (like off-road driving).

Anyone can quickly unbolt or quietly cut just 4 bolts, throw it in their truck, and drive off with it if they are prepared... these mounts let you leave your tent on your rig without worrying about leaving it unattended.

Our patented mount system fixes all the problems with your stock setup. It's made right here in Southern California using USA made materials and conforms to the shape of your specific tent rack. It protects our proprietary tri-groove security fasteners from being spun off by pliers and shields the bolt from bolt cutters, something no other mount system available accomplishes.

We use class 10.9 hardware and external tooth lock washers to keep your security nuts tight no matter the trail. If you put a wheel lock on, lock your doors, lock your house, lock your toolbox, why wouldn't you lock up your home away from home that's even easier to steal.


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