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Katdaddy

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Posted: 03/11/19 01:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My awning fabric is toast. I am looking for recommendations on replacement fabric and best place to order from. When parked at home the fabric side faces south so the sun killed the original fabric. Can I replace original with something that includes a cover or is it a good idea to rig up something to just use while the camper is sitting at home? Original is A&E Sunchaser awning, 18 foot, I believe.

As always, thanks for all ideas and comments.


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Katdaddy wrote:

My awning fabric is toast. I am looking for recommendations on replacement fabric and best place to order from. When parked at home the fabric side faces south so the sun killed the original fabric. Can I replace original with something that includes a cover or is it a good idea to rig up something to just use while the camper is sitting at home? Original is A&E Sunchaser awning, 18 foot, I believe.

As always, thanks for all ideas and comments.


Besides the usual online sources, if you have a canvas shop nearby that does boat covers, tents, etc, you may be able to get a good deal on fabric.


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You might be interested in the project I did to protect my awning in that upper section where it takes a beating from the sun.

Try this link and let me know if you can see my stuff.

-Speak


It's just Mrs. SpeakEasy and me now (empty-nesters). But we can choose from among 7 grandchildren to drag along with us!



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Also - if you CAN see my story and pictures, the little speech cloud at the bottom of most of the pictures is a comment. You'll need to read those comments to get the whole project story.

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I believe I got mine from Camping World but that was a few years ago. But if doing it yourself,go on Youtube for a video on how to do it.

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Stone Vos Hands Down


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Posted: 03/11/19 06:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just got new material from Shade Pro for our A & E Weather Pro. As soon as we get a non windy day we will install the material.

www.shadepro.com

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hypoxia wrote:

Stone Vos Hands Down
I usually figure if the company won't put prices on their website, then it's more than I want to pay. Or else these were really well hidden.


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bobsallyh wrote:

Just got new material from Shade Pro for our A & E Weather Pro. As soon as we get a non windy day we will install the material.

www.shadepro.com
I couldn't find any place for RV awnings. Or did I just overlook it?

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fj12ryder wrote:

hypoxia wrote:

Stone Vos Hands Down
I usually figure if the company won't put prices on their website, then it's more than I want to pay. Or else these were really well hidden.


The "Contact Us" page says there are too many variables for online ordering, so you have to call for prices. Guess they don't want their prospective customers to have the ability to compare cost with other suppliers, which DO have pricing displayed.

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