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Old 04-16-2014, 02:48 PM   #1
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Awning question

If I decide to lower the angle of the awning do I need to loosen the camco de-flappers on each end first? Thanks in advance...George

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If you are talking about those things that clip to the awning fabric and frame no they have nothing to do with the angle.

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What make of awning, they are all different.
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Yeah I didn't think it has anything to do with the angle but the fabric seems to get tighter when I lowered one corner so I put it back. The de flappers are camco after market de flappers from wally world. They grip the fabric then draw tight with straps around the end arms.
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