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  • John44
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"Poor Man's Slideout"
Thinking of buying one of the fabric enclosures that work with the main awning,Zip Dee and a few other companies make them
in screen format and walls,anyone have thoughts or expierience.

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I think it would depend how they are braced; I'd never do it down here as the winds can come up fast and furious! :facepalm:

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Rather than attaching an enclosure to the patio awning and risk a delay if I had to take it down quickly or every time we left the CG, we bought a very nice 12'x12' screen house whose fabric colors matched the Burgundy colors on our coach.

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No problem, made my own. There is a trick to attaching to awning. Heavy stakes handled 40+ mph winds.
Chris

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Chris,

How is the newly rebuilt engine working-- power? MPG?

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I really like your TV mounting idea (off topic, sorry).

Chris

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Chris,

How is the newly rebuilt engine working-- power? MPG?

Thanks for asking. Still only have 800 miles on it Stored in my heated shop for winter. Just got back from Maui. I had the shop at 45...

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I really like your TV mounting idea (off topic, sorry).

Chris
Thank you, cheap as chips. You can raise the door, and the TV goes up, for crowds, like watching in a group.
There is a padded box...

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