So I have my Renogy z-brackets mounted on the panels and the panels on the roof. The roof has just enough of a curve so that the outer bracket on one side has a gap as you can see in the picture. How would you recommend bridging the gap? The bracket can be pressed down enough to bend and then screwed down - but is that a good idea? Shims? If so what material is best? Add some washers to the z-bracket mount at the panel? I have some curved brackets but they don't match up with the size of the existing brackets and are much more complicated and expensive when only one bracket per panel has this gap. I have tried aligning the panels different ways and no matter what I always come up with one off like this. Any advice from the experts for this beginner? It's going on a GD Reflection. The roof plywood from what I am reading is 3/8". I am using 1 1/4" wood screws to secure the brackets.