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Old 08-14-2016, 08:19 AM   #1241
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I drive a Chevy, it's impossible to overload it!


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Yes I do believe you are loaded !!!
Please do not drive that way !!!
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Old 08-14-2016, 08:29 AM   #1242
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They work awesome. Have to remember to hold BOTH sliding poles when I undo them....had one fall out when I wasn't paying attention.
Thanks Ron for the great product and packaging! Took me almost as long to unwrap them as to install them....!
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NICE !!!
May I ask where you got your Sun Shade ???
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Old 08-14-2016, 02:59 PM   #1243
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NICE !!!
May I ask where you got your Sun Shade ???
Absolutely! Here is the link.


ShadePro Inc.: Vista Shade for Electric RV Awnings

I like it because the first 2 feet stay in the track and roll up with the shade and you just zip in the extensionm when you want it. Also bought a side shade, we use it occasionally. It comes with 2 sets of hardware so you can put it on either end. Both came in really nice plasticy canvas bags for easy storage. And had stakes and ties.

The trick is figuring out how much drop you need, once you are level etc.to shade your space. I'd probably add another foot or so if I did it again.

Happy shopping!
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Old 08-14-2016, 06:59 PM   #1244
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Have two sets of aluminum poles and brackets NOT PAINTED for sale.

One un painted set of emt steel poles and aluminum brackets.

One aluminum and one emt steel awning de flapper poles.

Site dh 3 north of the grandstand bleachers

Look for the phat phrog stunt team flag



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Old 08-14-2016, 07:01 PM   #1245
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Awning hold down poles.

Rally special!

If you stop and order a set of poles and pre pay for fall delivery it'll be free shipping!

Prices to low to advertise!




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Old 08-15-2016, 07:17 AM   #1246
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Absolutely! Here is the link.


ShadePro Inc.: Vista Shade for Electric RV Awnings

I like it because the first 2 feet stay in the track and roll up with the shade and you just zip in the extensionm when you want it. Also bought a side shade, we use it occasionally. It comes with 2 sets of hardware so you can put it on either end. Both came in really nice plasticy canvas bags for easy storage. And had stakes and ties.

The trick is figuring out how much drop you need, once you are level etc.to shade your space. I'd probably add another foot or so if I did it again.

Happy shopping!
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Thank You Garren,,, I will be checking those out,,, sure could have used one of those a few weeks back !!! So much Sun we had to set on the drivers side of the MH in the afternoon !!!
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Old 08-15-2016, 05:36 PM   #1247
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Thank You Garren,,, I will be checking those out,,, sure could have used one of those a few weeks back !!! So much Sun we had to set on the drivers side of the MH in the afternoon !!!
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had the same problem myself one time - that's why we looked into the drop shades! We also bought inside shades for the front windows - I like to be able to see out, so putting down the night shade whenever I wanted to block the sun was getting old.

Glad to help a fellow FROG out!


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Old 08-16-2016, 07:51 AM   #1248
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had the same problem myself one time - that's why we looked into the drop shades! We also bought inside shades for the front windows - I like to be able to see out, so putting down the night shade whenever I wanted to block the sun was getting old.

Glad to help a fellow FROG out!


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THANKS !!!
They look pretty good,,, we always look for shady sites,,,
But go stuck in a pretty much all sunny spot in July in IN !!!
Camp Site chosen by a Daughter !!! LOL !!!
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Old 08-16-2016, 01:53 PM   #1249
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never again

TURBS I'm in the process of making my own poles, you have the skill of a expert machinest and the patients of Job I will never try this again.
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Old 08-16-2016, 02:03 PM   #1250
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TURBS I'm in the process of making my own poles, you have the skill of a expert machinest and the patients of Job I will never try this again.
Yes, the craftsmanship impressive. Well worth the money. I did not have to kill anyone either.

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