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Help Identifying Cantilever Umbrella

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Feb 13, 2021
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Help Identifying Cantilever Umbrella

We have a cantilever umbrella on our roof deck that needs replacing. The umbrella has this massively heavy granite base that the pole of the umbrella snaps into. I would rather buy the same brand of umbrella so I do not have to deal with moving the base. The pole is rectagular and the base has a release lever. Here is a photo. Can anyone help
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? Thanks.
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Oct 12, 2007
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There are so many brands and varieties of cantilevered umbrellas out there and they come and go. Getting replacement hardware is next to impossible unless it is a very expensive brand name - and even then.

The base appears to be bolted into a paver (I may be wrong, the snow in the picture may be hiding something important) and from what I can see that collar is hides the bolts that bolt the umbrella's post into the paver. There may be a metal plate under the paver that secures the post and ensures that the bolts don't individually break loose. Again, it's hard to tell.

Good luck!
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Apr 1, 2010
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looks like the base from the style selections cantilever umbrella from Lowes

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instruction manual can be found here:

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Purchased this a couple years ago .. It's held up very well for us even though there are several negative reviews on the site..
[OP]
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Feb 13, 2021
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Thanks to you both. Here are the base and the connection under the plastic covers if it helps.
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Apr 1, 2010
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Yes the base is identical to the umbrella I linked above… the pedal is not to release the base from the post, but to allow you to rotate the umbrella … if you look at the channel in the post, about a foot above the base, you should see a hex bolt … remove the bolt and the post will life right off the base.

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