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Old 06-11-2016, 06:57 PM   #1
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Cool Slide out awning replacement?

I have a 2006 Winnebago Adventurer 33v. The slide out awnings are going bad. Any suggestions of good / respectable priced company to order from. Just getting used to all this. Thanks you in advance.
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Welcome to the group. Lots of good ideas here. I hope you enjoy the help as much as I do.

As for the awning, next time mine goes bad I'm going to test it to see if it is needed in the rain. Otherwise are they needed? They rattle in the wind etc. Just not sure they are needed.
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Can you just buy the awning material and replace them yourself? I replaced my 16' full awning in about two hours and will be replacing my slide out one this summer.
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Old 06-12-2016, 06:46 AM   #4
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Hotfoot104,
I have replaced the slideout covers and the door awning material with new fabric from Toughtop Awnings, The new material looks to be much better than the original equipment offerings. I did the replacement myself with very few problems.
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Call Chris at Stone Vos! Great service!
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Replaced all 4 on ours, took the two of us and two ladders. Was pretty easy and saved a bunchof $$$ by doing it ourself. Got the topper material from toughttop awnings and they also have several online videos to watch so you know how to do.
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Call Chris at Stone Vos! Great service!

X2. Chris uses the best materials in his toppers. Great guy.
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X3 on Vos. I've replaced two of three on my motorhome.
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Stone Vos is as said the very best.
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