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Old 03-08-2014, 12:04 PM   #71
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Black if you pay to have them shipped to me which is around $21.00 or so I will get them to Goshen. If you pay to have them shipped to me and then if someone you know that will be their they can find my location and carry them to Canada for you......
Thanks for the offer , but I don't know anyone heading there.
+ shipping here would be a deal breaker for sure.
How much do they go for anyway?
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Old 03-08-2014, 12:09 PM   #72
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Thanks for the offer , but I don't know anyone heading there.
+ shipping here would be a deal breaker for sure.
How much do they go for anyway?
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Find a place in the lower 48 that they can be shipped to that you can go pick them up.
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Old 03-08-2014, 12:16 PM   #73
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Thanks for the offer , but I don't know anyone heading there.
+ shipping here would be a deal breaker for sure.
How much do they go for anyway?
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Put a thread on the forum asking for folks who are going to Goshen and Glen will bring them to Goshen. The shipping to Glen is included in the price. He is just being a nice guy for once.
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Old 03-08-2014, 06:32 PM   #74
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Will these work on this awning? I don't see where they would connect. Click image for larger version

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I haven't had a issue with the wind but I do roll it in when it get to bad.
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Old 03-08-2014, 06:37 PM   #75
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Will these work on this awning? I don't see where they would connect. I haven't had a issue with the wind but I do roll it in when it get to bad.
If there is an existing bolt in the center of the arm holding the motor/torsion spring to the arm or room to drill one, I think they would fit, but you need to check it out first.
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I don't see one. Any Berkshire people that have used the tie downs?
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I don't see one. Any Berkshire people that have used the tie downs?
Is there room to drill one without interfering with the mechanism?
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Old 03-08-2014, 07:09 PM   #78
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I'll have to get the ladder out in the morning. I don't think there is room.
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The upper brackets are the real work of art, I got them and used telescoping boat poles. Works great. I donno if OC will supply just the brackets, I think they are pretty hard to fabricate.Click image for larger version

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The upper brackets are the real work of art, I got them and used telescoping boat poles. Works great. I donno if OC will supply just the brackets, I think they are pretty hard to fabricate.Attachment 47414Attachment 47415Attachment 47416
We have the upper brackets under control and will make another batch later this month. I'll post when they are available.
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