Originally Posted by Distantdrummer
I am reviving this old thread to ask about something that my searching has not answered.
It has to do with snaps on the sides of my rear zip-dee roller awning.
This is one of the small awnings that cover only the rear window in this case.
I meant to call Zip Dee today but let time get away from me.
I will call them next week. In the meantime I am hoping one of you all might have an idea.
There are 2 snaps on each side of the awning equally spaced top to bottom. Female snaps. I do not think there are any male snaps for them to mate with.Could be but I cannot go look til next week. I don't recall seeing any.
Now why would a tensioned pull down window awning need such snaps?
I am not sure that snaps would hold against the strong pull of the spring tension anyway. The awning when extended attaches to a hook below the window with a loop made of the blue-fancy awning material.
This does not seem to be the same as the snap on awning fabric window covers that are mentioned above and elsewhere in these forums.
Originally Posted by wahoonc
Possibly for an extender piece to hang down and block a low angled sun? I have seen something similar done before, or to provide additional privacy?
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