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Old 11-14-2011, 07:54 AM   #1
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slide out toppers help...

Hi got 2 slide outs and need new topper material for replacement.Any help as to where to buy at a fair price.I am going south soon and can stop almost any where as time is not a big deal.Thanks in advance.John
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Hi Bushman, I had ShadePro in Southern California replace mine 5 weeks ago. The stiching was coming out of the fabric. I went back with the acrilic material. It cost me total, material & labor $ 588.00 for 2 sliders. Their Ph. is
619-328-1620 They were also able to match the color with my patio awning.
It's a 2 man job. You can order just the material, but for another $ 100.00 it was worth it for me to have them do the job.
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Old 11-14-2011, 09:59 AM   #3
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Thanks Bill for Your information John
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If you plan to do it yourself these folks are great. They supply a better than OEM material, custom made at a fair price. www.rv-motorhome-answers.com/rv-slide-out-topper.html
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I don't recall offhand where I purchased the fabric to replace my full awning, but a quick internet search turned up:

www.rv-partsplus.com
www.rvshadetech.com
www.rvawningrepairs.com
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Shortly after buying our rig, we realised that the "minor fraying" at the front edge, visible from the ground, was actually a total rot-out of the living room slide.

We had both LR and BR slides replaced and a problem with the LR slide top blade seal fixed for just shy of $800.
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I need two, I plan on using Tough Top RV Awnings. Looks like it will cost me about $300 to do both if I install them myself, which I will do.
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I went to a local tarp shop that makes all type tarps. They had made them before and just needed the tarp size and the size of plastic tubing that is wrapped in the stitching in each end and then expands to hold to the camper and in the extended roller. Have to be careful taking the old one out due to the spring tension on the roller. There are directions out there in websites for removing the cover and rollers. I found mine on the Carefree of Colorado website.
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You are going South? If that is the RGV, there is a huge flea market just East of Donna,TX. There is a store there that sells awnings, toppers, replacement material for both. They will come to your RV park and install. I was quite pleased with their work and prices.
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Thanks for Your advice guys I will have a few places to look and compare now still home but ready to move out shortley John
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