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Old 12-11-2002, 01:12 PM   #15
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You're BAD~!~ lmao
Nice picture STILL..
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I better behave, I see that you cast a "Big Shadow" as well...heheh
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Old 12-11-2002, 05:25 PM   #17
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Don't know how I missed that thread.. Thanks, every little bit helps.


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Mine has a deadbolt installed. I use only the deadbolt to lock the door.
Is it operational from the inside or outside? The one I have is operational from the inside only and looks to be factory installed. I'd like to be able to engage it from the outside.

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Would it be possible to see a picture of it?
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Old 12-11-2002, 06:54 PM   #18
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.....The other alternative I have seen is a pole & line type awning that attaches into the track over the door/window....I don't have any pictures, but this option doesn't interfere with the door.

We haven't decide yet which option we will go with after polishing........

The A&E awning arms on my previous Motorhome were detachable, to stand up like a pole.
Check out Brett and Edie's Argosy with an A&E awning (prior to Brett chasing barrels)
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I really missed that awning this summer!

The other benifit to the older A&E or Carefree's was the fact that when you approached the door from the front you did not have to do the "Awning Duck" to go under the arm.
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Actually, the kind I was thinking of are more like the ones on the Ralph Lauren Trailers...although all the RL doors have the hinges on the left...so it doesn't matter. And this picture is kinda goofy, as the awning doesn't even go over the door

Oh well ~

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And this picture is kinda goofy, as the awning doesn't even go over the door
Shari~, Isn't possible to just move it over? From your picture, I can't tell how it's attached but....
Anything done by a PO can be undone...As far as the holes, They could be sealed with rivets...>~
I do like the pole concept...looks easier to put up and take down~
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Were you in a "covered wagon"?? I see that you've got INDIANS~!!!
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Isn't possible to just move it over? From your picture, I can't tell how it's attached but....
If it were mine, I would maximize the width so it went over the door for the maximum shade opportunity. My bigger concern is the effect of a strong wind coming up suddenly. The main complaint I've heard about these is that it is somewhat difficult to slide the "top" into the track unless you carry a small step ladder. Now for us with little trailers, that kinda seems like a waste of valuable space to me. I guess if you travel with the awning in place, rolled up, that would work, but I would think that may put undue stress on the fabric at the track.

BTW there are no additional holes required for these type of awnings...
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Were you in a "covered wagon"?? I see that you've got INDIANS~!!!
I know Denver has a reputation of still being a cow-town in the wild west, but I didn't take the picture...it's from the RL website.

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