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Old 02-21-2009, 05:52 AM   #1
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Thinking of getting an add-a-room for our new trailer and I can't figure out what the awning size is. Any help would be appreciated. Does anyone have an add-a-room ? what do you think of it ? We used to have one for the popup and loved it but the trailer is alot bigger. Thanks very much
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BLab since the add-a-room is attached to the awning it's self, I would measure the awning material from edge to edge with it in the out position. Along the roller tube.
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I think if I was going to do the add-a-room Id go to a dealer that has experience fitting them to folks awnings, let them measure it.
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The actual awning size about a foot shorter than the stated size. It is measured from center rail to center rail. I am very seldom happy with the work someone else does so I do it myself and I know it is done right.
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