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wolfgang1983

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    Nelson, New Zealand
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  1. Not a great start to living in caravan I also may have to take down awning and replace the awning rail as water issue. Very expensive start around $4k spend on awning and caravan repairs.
  2. I have now changed my corner pole position easier than I thought Hope this looks better
  3. You mean something like this https://uk-caravans.co.nz/product/roof-rafter-pole-bracket-pad-clip/
  4. Not sure how I would add extra roof poles I will take a new photo tomorrow afternoon and post it on here to see what you think. fixed add on but will see how I go with awning. @Les Medes I do have 5 roof poles so is OK. Just trying to do the final tweaks. Before I put false floor in etc. I have only been on this site three weeks now. Will be my first year in caravan. Never put awning up before but you are correct my awning is 1100 I am located in Nelson, NZ
  5. Just needs to be moved up slightly trying to get everything done before next big rain. I am in nz and expected to get 90mm rain next few days from Friday
  6. Hi, I have to change my corner roof poles. But I would like to know the best way to do it so not have to take down whole awning. I was thinking of undoing the guy ropes on the corner but leaving the storm strap on on side? I am by my self living so just need to make life easy so not have to take it down then re do it. Thanks
  7. Cheers for tip; To re position them do I release the tension clip then undo the rail clip then move then re tension after. I am new to putting awnings up Thank you
  8. Hi, I would like to know i how far up on corner should the corner roof poles should be My awning is size 1100 Thanks
  9. Thanks for that trying the non awing side first in next week or so just got to get materials now.
  10. Hi I am located in Nelson, NZ We have very strong SW Winds up to 74KM sometimes. The draft skirts still letting in the very strong winds and pushing awning out. I am permanently living in my caravan what would be a better solution winds coming through draft skirt. I was thinking plywood in front of it screwed with stakes into ground. I will be putting proper wood floor in next few weeks. Thanks
  11. Yes my dad checked with a volt meter and worked fine
  12. Thanks Dave will look tomorrow not sure.
  13. I all ready know that one as said in first post. I have checked that works fine.
  14. Just took the manual home to parents place. I will be lifting seat up tomorrow Sorry the title spelling mistake
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