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Katdaddy

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Posted: 03/11/19 07:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

SpeakEasy wrote:

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.

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That's pretty slick. I will have to keep that in mind.


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RGar974417 wrote:

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.


Yes, planning on doing it myself. Just trying to find the best dealer and price from others who have replaced theirs. And what fabric to use. There seems to be a multitude of options to choose from.

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tough top awning is a good company to order from. I got my two slide out awnings from them. good heavy material and got both for the price of one from other manufactures

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Depending on age and brand, some have a curved metal piece you might be able to buy and retrofit.

But assuming it took 10+ years to wear out, by the time the new canvas wears out, odds are the trailer will be replaced, so probably not a big deal.


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valhalla360 wrote:


But assuming it took 10+ years to wear out, by the time the new canvas wears out, odds are the trailer will be replaced, so probably not a big deal.


I haven't really given that a lot of thought but, good point.

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old guy wrote:

tough top awning is a good company to order from. I got my two slide out awnings from them. good heavy material and got both for the price of one from other manufactures


x2 on tough top. very good material, very knowledgeable staff. They do have a limited color choice, but very good product.


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X3 on Tough Tops...


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I got my replacement fabric on Ebay, $120 for a 15' fabric. Maybe it it not the best one out there but since the trailer is stored under a carport when we are at home, it should last a long time

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Try Sailrite.com. We have been buying from them for many years for our boat canvas, outdoor furniture, etc. Even purchased our canvas sewing machine from them.

Great prices and selection.

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fj12RYDER, sorry about that! Wrong address. should be .net.

www.shadepro.net

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