9′ Wooden Replacement Frames


9′ wooden replacement frame: replace only the frame and save money over buying a complete umbrella. Why throw a perfectly good shade umbrella in the trash when all you need is a new frame? Questions: Call now for expert advice: 480-600-1049

  • These are complete replacement frames for your patio/market umbrella (lower pole, upper rib support section and finial top). You only need your original canopy.
  • Important: The First Step is to accurately measure your existing umbrella frame. See this video guide on how to accurately measure an existing umbrella for compatibility Also, see the last image in the photo gallery for a pictorial guide.
  • Replaces existing frames with a radius measuring 55-56″
  • 1 7/16″ solid wood support pole
  • 8 wooden ribs
  • Pagoda style finial
  • Medium stain
  • Works with all grommet sizes
  • Rope and pulley lift to hoist shade canopy
  • 2-piece support pole with threaded connector
  • Pewter finish on connecting hardware
  • Call/text with concerns/questions (Mark @ 480-600-1049)
  • $79.95 also available with crank lift (no tilt) at plus $10
  • Add a UV slipcover/storage bag for $12.95 (available as an add-on at checkout).

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Weight 20 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
Susan Alman

The umbrella frame is perfect in every way….highly recommend

9" Wooden Replacement Frame

Very nice, sturdy, well-made frame. We ended up buying 2!

Fontaine Segerquist
Just what I was looking for

My previous umbrella pole was damaged by a really bad wind storm. This replacement pole is really nice. My old pole didn’t have the pull rope. I like this added feature in this manual pole. I will definitely purchase more poles and new canopies from here in the future.

Deb Golanty
Absolutely great

We could not be happier. We measured our umbrella shade carefully & it fit the frame perfectly. The mechanism for raising & lowering works well. The order was delivered promptly. Lucky to find this company.

Scottie Rich
Love the Frame

I have three umbrella and tables in my yard. One blew out of the table and a wooden rib broke. I was thrilled to find these frames. So I bought three so they would match. They look wonderful but the frames are a bit too long for the correct and too short for the next hole. So I tried to insert the rib using the correct hole but I broke one of the small ribs at the top. I did save it by using a zip tie to secure it and it has worked so far. Because the next hole down was too far and the canopy sagged I was creative and put some wadded cup newspaper into each canopy holes that the ribs go into. Now they look great and do not sag. My old frames were the same dimensions but somehow they weren't quite right but I made it work and I love them.