Goal Zero Boulder Mounting Brackets

Goal Zero Boulder Mounting Brackets
Goal Zero Boulder Mounting Brackets
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Boulder Mounting Brackets by Goal Zero
The Goal Zero Boulder Mounting Brackets are the easiest way to mount your Goal Zero Boulder 50 and Boulder 100 Solar Panels to a variety of surfaces, from camper vans to backyard roof overhangs. It comes with four mounting brackets with included screws for a secure connection.

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SKU: GZR0040
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