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Old 12-12-2015, 05:41 PM   #1
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What Type of Awning?

What type of awning came as OEM equipment on a circa 1999 coach?
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What type of awning came as OEM equipment on a circa 1999 coach?
My 2000 came with Zip-Dee awnings all around, I would assume that 99 was the same.
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My 2000 came with Zip-Dee awnings all around, I would assume that 99 was the same.
Yup
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From my experience, Zip-Dee is a very good awning compared to other options. My 21 year old awnings are still working and looking just fine.
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Thanks,the unit we're looking at has awnings over the bedroom windows and a slide topper, but no patio awning. The brackets that held the arms down low on the side are still there.
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My 98 Allure has Zip Dee on everything...guessing 99 is the same since 2000 is also.
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Before I switched to a Girard automatic, I had the Zip Dee patio awning. I can attest that the ZIP Dee is the sturdiest awning in the business. The ZD is the only manual awning to have
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From my experience, Zip-Dee is a very good awning compared to other options. My 21 year old awnings are still working and looking just fine.
You're 21 year old awning fabric is looking just fine? Amazing.
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You're 21 year old awning fabric is looking just fine? Amazing.
Depends on how much it gets used. My 14 year old fabric on the windows is Sunbrella and still looks good and I use them a lot.

The Sunbrella on the Girard is only 10 years old and still looks good
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