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Old 09-29-2015, 10:37 PM   #1
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20' awnings

It has been my experience in owning a TT in the past that had a 18' awning that also had a center support arm. Why do the new awnings witch are as big or bigger not have this center support arm?


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I installed an "awning cradle" to support the awning while traveling. With it's length, I was afraid the awning system would start to droop while on the road. Easy to install.

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I installed an "awning cradle" to support the awning while traveling. With it's length, I was afraid the awning system would start to droop while on the road. Easy to install.

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I did the same and made an upright for the center for when the awning is open
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