Looks great, Neil.
The bracket was originally designed as a third set of tie downs for our Adventurer when it was secured with the bed mounted Brophy mounts. The positioning of the mounts in relation to the camper tie down points wasn’t optimal. It secured the camper in most respects but didn’t pull the camper straight down at the rear. This allowed more fore and aft rocking while traversing rough roads or bridge separation joints. After adding this bracket and securing the rear camper mounts to the ends of this bar (in addition to the Brophy mounts at the rear), it completely cured the rocking and the camper was good to go. We traveled over 8,600 miles on our Canada trip with it and never had a hint of a problem. The gas cans were added as an afterthought.
Neil & Yoly
2016 Ram 2500HD Tradesman, 2WD Crew Cab, 6.4L Hemi
2018 Travel Lite 840 SBRX