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Old 09-10-2019, 08:57 PM   #15
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Hi gpounder,

Would you please post a picture of the strut installed ?


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I installed a 20 pound strut (17' open and about 10' closed) on my Bounder 34. I agree with the opinion above that a ten or fifteen pound strut is probably most suitable. However, I haven't tested it in a good wind yet so I may be happy with the twenty pound strut before it is over. The twenty isn't bad but it takes a little more effort than seems appropriate. Hope this helps anyone trying to select a strut. Mine had no identifying labels on it so I've just been guessing. As I said above, the placement of the awning arms precludes not having a strut.

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