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Hi could posted some pictures of how you have attached the cover on the off side where there is no cut out in the awning track.

Sorry for late reply been on holiday for two weeks. I will take take photos when rain goes off.

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You will have to excuse my lack of pc skills, Windows 10. I have taken photos but cant attach them as each photo is over 2Mb.

I will try to explain how we fitted cover.

 

We bought a complete caravan cover. Cut to size to fit front Inc the top window.

On one side we fitted an awning bead. which easily fits awning side.

The other side of cover (side with no opening) fitted the smooth part of velcro.

At the rear of the caravan there is a small plastic cover which hides end of awning rail. I removed that, I then cut a slot in the bottom of it. It cant be seen as it on underside of van.

We then fitted the hook part of velcro to another awning bead. This can be easily slid through the slot in the rear. fed to front of van.

Fitting Cover is now just a simple slide one side into awning rail. Pull over front of van and fit the other side with velco.

 

If anyone want the photos just PM me with your email address, and i will send photos.

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Hello

Just wondered those of you with the Isonzo, is getting past the bed a squeeze, like British models which I have had a look at today not impressed with the lack of room.

We have owned a Adria for 12 years, our only caravan until the one we have now, I would have bought another but wife wanted bigger bathroom and there's another issue.

 

Thanks

David

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Hello

Just wondered those of you with the Isonzo, is getting past the bed a squeeze, like British models which I have had a look at today not impressed with the lack of room.

We have owned a Adria for 12 years, our only caravan until the one we have now, I would have bought another but wife wanted bigger bathroom and there's another issue.

 

Thanks

David

No problem getting passed bed, Inside width 2310 mm, bed is 1960 mm gives you 350 mm at bottom of bed.

Check spec here

http://uk. adria-mobil. com/application/adria/request/pdf/product_print. php?cat=caravans&products=%5B%223A61+37400%22%5D

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Hello

Just wondered those of you with the Isonzo, is getting past the bed a squeeze, like British models which I have had a look at today not impressed with the lack of room.

We have owned a Adria for 12 years, our only caravan until the one we have now, I would have bought another but wife wanted bigger bathroom and there's another issue.

 

Thanks

David

No trouble, step past sideways.

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2012 Adora, love it. my 4th caravan in little over a year and has finally stopped my caravan envy.

 

have been away about 25 nights in it, very pleased.

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Going back to the subject of the offside awning rail on Adria Adora's. . Stewart longton in Chorley opened ours up. .. They have a milling tool attachment which does a smart job and leaves no sharp edges. .. Great for our specialised tow cover.

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