Hi Pop Up Portal, my family recently picked up a '99 Sea Pine and we wanted to install an awning on it. I wasn't very interested in getting an original style Coleman awning, so I decided to get an ARB awning and a set of crossbars to install on it on. It wasn't until I was starting to lay out the cross bars that I learned that they weren't designed for ABS roof campers. This lead me to doing a bunch of research online, but I still don't have a super clear answer on what I should do. My plan is to install the crossbars with some larger aluminum plates under the feet on the inside and the outside of the top to distribute any load. The main goal of the crossbars is to provide a solid mount for the awning, and maybe carry very light loads. The top seems in great shape and very solid. I have tested the edges with my weight a bit and I feel like I could stand on the outside perimeter of the top without issue. I'm just worried based on what I've read on this and other forums, as the consensus seems about 50/50 on putting roof racks on these ABS tops. I've also found pictures in the original Coleman catalog with these tops loaded with bikes and gear, so I don't know what to believe. Does my plan for mounting these crossbars seem safe? My backup plan was to just get a the Coleman awning that slides into the rail, but I almost feel like that would stress the top more than what I'm planning to do, since it just hangs from one point and flops around.