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Old 05-17-2016, 05:53 PM   #791
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Old 05-17-2016, 05:55 PM   #792
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[QUOTE=BandJCarm;1197815]Sheepish post..............

I would think I would need some of these. But guess what? My new 5'er has TWO awnings. I had NO idea. Specs say "18 foot awning". The ones I looked at, I guess I never saw one with awning down.

So how many poles I gotta buy?[QUOTE]

You need two sets of poles and the one on the front may have to be a special length or modified.
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Old 05-17-2016, 05:59 PM   #793
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OK, Turbs. Set up an appt to come measure mine in Goshen and I'll order.
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:13 PM   #794
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I would think I would need some of these. But guess what? My new 5'er has TWO awnings. I had NO idea. Specs say "18 foot awning". The ones I looked at, I guess I never saw one with awning down.

So how many poles I gotta buy?

Your going to need two sets, same as mine, but I would take a measurement. The front awning bracket stops pretty short. Either your going to have a lot of pole hanging down in the air or your going to have to cut them as I did. Make sure you measure your awning height and see if your front pole will make it when deployed....JMO cut once and measure twice. Have not seen that config. yet....
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:19 PM   #795
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I would think I would need some of these. But guess what? My new 5'er has TWO awnings. I had NO idea. Specs say "18 foot awning". The ones I looked at, I guess I never saw one with awning down.

So how many poles I gotta buy?



Two sets!
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:20 PM   #796
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:38 PM   #797
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Awning hold down poles.

[QUOTE=OldCoot;1197823][QUOTE=BandJCarm;1197815]Sheepish post..............



I would think I would need some of these. But guess what? My new 5'er has TWO awnings. I had NO idea. Specs say "18 foot awning". The ones I looked at, I guess I never saw one with awning down.



So how many poles I gotta buy?
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You need two sets of poles and the one on the front may have to be a special length or modified.


Sold 8 sets to 4 customers with twin awning units with no adjustments required to my knowledge.
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:50 PM   #798
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I would think I would need some of these. But guess what? My new 5'er has TWO awnings. I had NO idea. Specs say "18 foot awning". The ones I looked at, I guess I never saw one with awning down.



So how many poles I gotta buy?



Sold to 8 sets to 4 customers with twin awning units with no adjustments required to my knowledge.
X 2 I also have the two awnings and no adjustments needed. Turbs poles are made to fit and lots of adjustment and not to long. Later RJD
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...Sold to 8 sets to 4 customers with twin awning units with no adjustments required to my knowledge.
Looks like if they stick down over about 4" below the awning arm they will have to be shortened.
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They do not stick below awning arm. Turbs made them to fit right. Later RJD
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