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Old 11-26-2010, 07:26 AM   #1
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Door Awning

Have read all the threads on door awnings and would like to hear of you all that have them, what brand you have, the over all length and how well you like the brand you have. Am trying to purchace one for a xmas present for someone who has a 38' Alpine.
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Old 11-27-2010, 12:17 PM   #2
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Mike we have a 99 Tradewinds with a front door and the only Manual Door awning I could find with a curved arm was a Carefree

Here is there specs on sizes.
All OtD awnings have a standard extension of 36" and an arm length of 60". Minimum width measurement is 36" and an arm length of 60". Minimum width measurement is 36", maximum width is 72". Measurements are from center of bottom bracket to center of bottom bracket. Awning rail must be mounted a minimum of 11" above the door. You must have a minimum of 2" mounting width beyond the front and rear of the door and a flat unobstructed vertical mounting area of 63" between awning rail and bottom bracket.

If your looking for a electric awning then I can't help. The Carefree is OK by me but I don't have anything to compare it to. I was worried about the wind while driving so I bought the Robo Clamp to be sure it stayed put.




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