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Old 04-13-2013, 05:12 PM   #261
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Got my top brackets yesterday, and it will be interesting to see how they work with Shurhold telescoping boat hooks, They are very nice anodized aluminum, already are drilled for the extension stops. I already have most of this stuff lying around.

I have some old station bases I am using for feet and white stantion brackets for the stow brackets. Should be pretty good. I will take photos, and post when I am done.
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Got my top brackets yesterday, and it will be interesting to see how they work with Shurhold telescoping boat hooks, They are very nice anodized aluminum, already are drilled for the extension stops. I already have most of this stuff lying around.

I have some old station bases I am using for feet and white stantion brackets for the stow brackets. Should be pretty good. I will take photos, and post when I am done.
Good luck and hope they work for you.
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He's drilling a couple more holes to fit the length we need...brb....
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We seem to be confused as to how the poles stow when the awning is retracted. The traveling bracket thing fits around the inside (skinny) pole, but not the outside (fatter) pole. I thought we had pics here.... They look great!

We have some stakes to attach as well!
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We seem to be confused as to how the poles stow when the awning is retracted. The traveling bracket thing fits around the inside (skinny) pole, but not the outside (fatter) pole. I thought we had pics here.... They look great!

We have some stakes to attach as well!
The stow brackets do fit on the outside poles, might have to bend the legs apart just a little.

You did good RVChick!
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The stow brackets do fit on the outside poles, might have to bend the legs apart just a little.

You did good RVChick!
Oh my gosh OC I am very happy with my new awning poles!! They look as if they were designed for my rig! We had to adjust the way we attach them to travel, and I will take pics when done! Our TH 5er has the awning up front, so we had to adjust the length of the stowed poles so we don't catch them on anything as we travel!

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