Angled Wind Deflector Maxtrax Mounts to suit Rhino-Rack Pioneer Platform

Get double duty out of roof-mounted Maxtrax. Positioned at a 45º angle, these Maxtrax mounting brackets act as a wind deflector for vehicles running bulky roof-mounted accessories, such as a rooftop tent.


  • Potential for improved fuel efficiency and reduction in wind noise
  • Angled mounting takes up a smaller footprint, giving more room for all your gear. 
  • Provides quick access for even quicker recoveries.
  • Secure and lockable mounting system so your Maxtrax will stay put.
  • Roof mounting frees up valuable room and keeps your interior clean.
  • Quick and simple to install.
  • Brackets are made from 4mm Stainless Steel, which is hardwearing and won’t rust.
  • Will mount 2 or 4 Maxtrax MKII tracks.



  • 2 x Angled Wind Deflector Mounts – Please select whether your rack is a 4 slat or 5 slat option above
  • All hardware required to attach the mounts to the rack is included
  • Optional: 4 x Maxtrax 17mm Mounting Pins –  Select your preference above
  • All to suit Rhino-Rack Pioneer Platform system


Australian Designed, Made and Owned.
**PLEASE NOTE: These brackets are only able to be mounted at the front of your rack.

SKU KS0267
Brand KAON
Shipping Weight 2.8000kg
Shipping Width 0.250m
Shipping Height 0.170m
Shipping Length 0.350m
Shipping Cubic 0.014875000m3

Angled Maxtrax holder for Pioneer tray

By: on 29 July 2021
Easy to set up and feel the difference driving along the open roads would highly recommend for anyone with a pioneer tray and roof top tent mounted

Such a good fit

By: on 12 January 2021
Recently purchased these angled Maxtrax brackets for my Rhino Pioneer platform. The quality is exceptional and a perfect fit. It sits flush in-front of a pair of cargo cases which are 480mm wide x 290mm high creating the perfect wind barrier.

Angled Maxtrax Wind Deflector Mounting Plate Brack

By: on 27 May 2020
Perfect for what I wanted, quick, all there and well built. Easy to mount with no issues

Write a product review