Originally Posted by cegardner
We live near the zip dee factory and they told us at a recent visit that they do not do installs anymore. Check with them before any trip Plus all you have to do is give them you model and year. They will know the correct size.
Rather than pay shipping, take the trailer to ZipDee and have them load
it, even if they can't install
it. If you can open a front or rear window (rear means you don't have to unhitch to load), you can slide the awning inside for transport since the trailer is longer than the awning and you should
have at least one clear path the whole length of the trailer. Your trailer won't be liveable while the awning is inside blocking the hall, but you could at least transport it wherever you want to have the installation done. You might need some sawhorses or other cribbing to elevate the awning package over some furniture, though…