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If this is a friction lock, and there is no detent which holds it in the locked position, then a table locked on an angle will hold a higher load than if the support was at 90 degrees. If it has a deten, then it would be wise to add a second detent position for the angle which you need. (I am a retired engineer)
So, I have a unique use case. I have an old bass boat that has no windshield. The front of the steering console is angles about 45 degrees. My son said, "dad we should mount a flip up table so we have a working service while we fish". My question is if I mount this at an angle can the bracket be opened and locked so the table lies flat or does the bracket have to be mounted at 90 degrees? From the picture it looks almost like a friction type lock where leverage keeps it in place.