A fellow named Chris Mendola sells the stainless hardware and instructions needed to install a high wind kit on Aliners. You supply the aluminum bar stock for the long pieces--I paid $19 at Tractor Supply Company for the two I needed. I bought a hardware kit to try the idea on my A128 and found to my pleasure that the parts and procedures are identical. It even clears my ham radio antenna mount--3rd pic. I had tried finding the special low-clearance-headed stainless bolts locally but had no luck. On talking with Chris in Florida he wasn't surprised. They're not only hard to find, you need to order 300 or so to get them. That's why he has extras to sell. Here are some pics of it in the travel position. When set up, you undo the wing nuts on the forward end, swing the bar down and back, and attach it to the bolt you can see sticking out of the rear roof flange.
Yes I know it's better not to have the roof up if there's going to be that much wind, but my answer is that you don't always know if or when the wind will come up, such as during the night or when away from your campsite.
I may paint the aluminum bars white to blend in better. I'm not a dealer for this stuff, but if interested PM me and I'll sent you Chris' contact info.
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Lee, WU0V, and Courtenay, N0ZDT
2011 Rockwood A128
2000 Silverado 1500 pickup
60W solar system
2000W inverter generator