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Old 04-15-2015, 04:20 PM   #1
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Screen Room under awning

Hi All -

I apologize if this is a silly question. I've seen many trailers with a screen room that seems to be mounted to the awning.

Where can I purchase a screen room?

Is there a certain kind I need that will attach to the awning that came with my (new to me 2013 Wildwood DLX 402QBQ) trailer?

How does it attach ? Are there snaps on the awning or some other method?
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Old 04-15-2015, 04:24 PM   #2
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There's a groove in the awning that it slides into.
http://www.shadepro.net/product/Awni...hade_drop.html
Is one company.

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Old 04-15-2015, 04:32 PM   #3
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Actually, this looks more like it:
ShadePro Inc.: Limited Add A Room

The one your sent is just a shade. I was looking to protect from bugs, etc.


Thoughts?
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Camping World Sells them. There are several manufacturers. Seen them on ebay or just about any RV dealer can get them, they are not uncommon. Run About 500 to $800 last time I looked.

We had a Paty O Room (Memory is fading) Carefree, Dometic / A&E & others

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Calm day, surprise gust, heard bad noise, looked at neighbor's camper, awning torn loose and hanging down. Trailer was two days old.
I left my awning part way out once. I left. A gust caught it and shook the trailer awakening my wife. She jumped out of bed, put the awning in, the door locked behind her. Her in pajamas, 40 degrees outside and light rain. I'll never leave my awning unattended again!
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Old 04-16-2015, 05:00 PM   #6
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Actually, this looks more like it:
ShadePro Inc.: Limited Add A Room The one your sent is just a shade. I was looking to protect from bugs, etc. Thoughts?
The one you reference is on a manual awning which is supported with the arms back to the trailer and supports at the top. Power awnings have neither and need some sort of support for the awning tube itself to support the added weight and also tied down with ratchet straps and dog screws.
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