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Old 04-01-2014, 06:52 AM   #1
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Shadpro Awning Curtain

Anybody out there have a Shadepro awning curtain?
I was wondering if you have the "electric" awing type with the zip on lower version or the "manual" one piece version? I ordered the manual one with the idea I would install it on each trip with a dual awning bar slot track, one for the curtain and one for lights. They sent me the zippered model by mistake. I know the concept is to keep the upper portion installed in the slot and just attach the lower portion with the zipper. The upper is supposed to roll up with the awning. My concern is. Can I use the zipper model and leave the upper portion in place with the dual track tube and let both roll up with the awning? I am thinking that would would too much stuff to roll up in the awning and could cause a problem. If I have to remove the dual track tube everytime, I just as soon remove the curtain as well. BTW, I have a dometic electric awning. Don't know what model it is as I write this.
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