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Old 03-26-2013, 05:46 PM   #81
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I don't think you are charing enough. They work!
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Old 03-27-2013, 06:27 AM   #82
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What ever the price------------

What ever the price, they are worth it. Great service to the awning industry. Again Coot, you should get a patent before some awning MFG does.

At $99.95 +shipping was just a figure for laughs. I did pay quite a bit more
with no complaints.
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Old 03-27-2013, 08:24 AM   #83
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I know I've mentioned this before, but with the price of the alum tubing going out of sight, I doubt that there will be anymore kits made here @ D&D Chassis. I might mfg/sell the pole attaching brackets as that is flat plate and not as costly, just labor intensive.

So, when these are gone, like Bugs Bunny use to say, "That's All Folks"
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:41 PM   #84
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My awning support poles are on their way and will be here tomorrow!!! I am so excited to get one of the last sets OC has left!! Looking forward to going to Goshen and see who all has them too! Now to order me some LED strip lights for the awning....STILL reading all the posts on that thread before I order!
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Installed mine last night. 15 minutes and done. My awning is so high i will need to drill a few more holes in the inner tube, but they work great even as is. I will try and get some pics on here soon. I painted the outers, top and bottom brackets, and the top 16 inches or so of the inner tube, and used 400 grit paper on an orbital sander for the rest of the inner tube. Looks great, i think.
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Looking forward to seeing your pics!
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Installed mine last night. 15 minutes and done. My awning is so high i will need to drill a few more holes in the inner tube, but they work great even as is. I will try and get some pics on here soon. I painted the outers, top and bottom brackets, and the top 16 inches or so of the inner tube, and used 400 grit paper on an orbital sander for the rest of the inner tube. Looks great, i think.
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Glad the installation was trouble free. Sorry about not having enough holes. Waiting for the pictures also.
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OC according to your days camped signature YOUR over half way through your camping season in regards to your last years count and some of us have yet to start.
So how do you feel about that ?
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OC according to your days camped signature YOUR over half way through your camping season in regards to your last years count and some of us have yet to start.
So how do you feel about that ?
Well, it's like this, I pheel phor you, but I j u s t can't quite reach ya! With the Goshen rally trip and going to FL after Thanksgiving, we should make approximately another 75 days this year, so we that will make about 140 this yr provided the Man Upstairs permits us continued good health.

We are both looking forward to meeting you, Amy, RVCHICK, Lou & Laura and all the others including those we met at the Florida rally.
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Down to 3 left. Better get 'em while I gottem.
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