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10) Assemblying the bracket kit takes only a few minutes with common hand tools. 11) The quick-release mechanism is built into the rear-bracket section. Once assembled, the bracket is screwed into the roof. 12) An orange bar locks the lip of the Quest base to the bracket and snaps in place using the spring clip. A safety pin is then inserted to prevent accidental opening.
15) A quick-release lever allows smooth movement of the tripod legs, which changes the elevation of the pole. 16) The folded tripod stores neatly in the provided carry bag.
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