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Old 03-25-2009, 09:59 PM   #1
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We just bought a 73 Argosy. It has a carefree awning. When I was cleaning out a drawer I found two pieces of material that matches the awning. They are approximatly 4'x3'. They have snaps on one side and grommets on the other side. I looked allover the exterior of the coach and didn't see any snaps anywhere. Any ideas what these would have been for?????
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We just bought a 73 Argosy. It has a carefree awning. When I was cleaning out a drawer I found two pieces of material that matches the awning. They are approximatly 4'x3'. They have snaps on one side and grommets on the other side. I looked allover the exterior of the coach and didn't see any snaps anywhere. Any ideas what these would have been for?????
They could only be for tire covers.

Perhaps the installation was never completed.

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So for tire covers would the snaps been above the tires on the coach body and then how would the have grommets been connected? Sorry for all the questions, we are so newbies to this!!!
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So for tire covers would the snaps been above the tires on the coach body and then how would the have grommets been connected? Sorry for all the questions, we are so newbies to this!!!
The snaps go on the coach body.

The grommet holes could be for however you want to hold the covers down so that the winds would have no effect on them. Ropes, stakes, rocks, etc.

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Thanks a bunch, Andy. Got home and sure enough their are the snaps in plain site. I kept looking around the windows for snaps I guess I never thought to look lower on the body. Well again Andy, thanks a bunch. Crystal
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