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Replacement Mounting Hardware Kit for Aluminum Hand Rail

Replacement Mounting Hardware Kit for Aluminum Hand Rail

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Replaces the hardware and mounting bracket for your aluminum hand rail (AHR3, AHR4, or AHR5). 1-800-940-8924 to order Brophy accessories and parts part number 2005 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Replacement Mounting Hardware Kit for Aluminum Hand Rail. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Accessories and Parts - 2005

  • RV and Camper Steps
  • Handrails
  • Brophy
  • Aluminum

Replaces the hardware and mounting bracket for your aluminum hand rail (AHR3, AHR4, or AHR5).


Features:

  • Replaces the hardware and mounting bracket for your aluminum hand rail (AHR3, AHR4, or AHR5)
  • Includes mounting bracket, 1 safety pin, and 4 screws
  • Made in the USA


2005 Replacement Installation Hardware and Bracket Kit for C.R. Brophy Aluminum Hand Rail





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Video Transcript for Review of Brophy RV Replacement Parts - Aluminum Hand Rail Mounting Hardware - 2005

Hi there. I'm Michael with Etrailer.com. Today we're going to get very quick look at the Replacement mounting hardware kit for Aluminum handrails. This is going to replace the hardware and mounting bracket for your Aluminum scissor stair handrail, whether that be, a three stair, or a four stair, or a five stair setup, whatever that case may be, this is going to be the portion that mounts onto your RV or trailer, and then you will put your handrail into the bracket here, it includes the safety pin, to get that handrail mounted on, and see we've got. It'll pass through a hole there, mount the clip there, for us it's going to have four of these screws to get this mounted in place. So the way you want to do this, pull out your stairs, get them set up the way you want them to be, raise your hand rail up to the height that you want it, so that it's at a nice smooth angle.That will tell you where you need to mount this.

So you can mine it up so that it will mount in place. Very sturdy Aluminum bracket here, that's going to do a good job. It's going to resist corrosion, and it's going to give you that balance so that you're more sure-footed as you're going down the stairs. Now this bracket is made here in the USA, and that is going to complete our look at the Replacement mounting hardware kit for Aluminum handrails.

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