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Old 01-26-2014, 03:32 PM   #1
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I want to install window awnings on my Pace Arrow but the people I have talked to (Camping World) have said that I must have 3" on each side of the window. Would it work if I don't have 3"?
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For the awning fabric to adequately cover the window and leave room for the arms that support the roller, you need 3" on either side. Most of the awning companies (at least A&E and Carefree) tell you to measure the window and add 6". So a 30" window will have a roller that is at least 36" long.
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Yes I know but I don't have that much room. I am wanting to know if I have the fabric the width to put the support arms all but touching the outer window frame will that work. I know not the best but a whole lot better than none.
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