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Old 05-27-2014, 08:06 PM   #1
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I am thinking of adding a second awning to my 36RL. I want a top quality one that will last a while. Any suggestions?
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Old 05-27-2014, 10:04 PM   #2
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I am thinking of adding a second awning to my 36RL. I want a top quality one that will last a while. Any suggestions?
Go to the Carefree awnging website and order an Ecllipse awning to match your existing sending. Installation is fairly easy, but you'll need two friends and two eight foot ladders. The is a 12volt plug on your unit at the right hand upper corner.
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Old 05-29-2014, 05:42 AM   #3
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I wish I could put a full length awning on ours that would cover both the slide and the rear door. I see motor homes that have these, been kind of wondering if I could add one to the Redwood...
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I wish I could put a full length awning on ours that would cover both the slide and the rear door. I see motor homes that have these, been kind of wondering if I could add one to the Redwood...
How could you? With the slide you have two different surfaces and I would think that if you attached it over the slide it would rub on the top of the slide?
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How could you? With the slide you have two different surfaces and I would think that if you attached it over the slide it would rub on the top of the slide?
After you posted this I peaked out. It would "almost" work on the 38BR, however the main awning is mounted too far back. There's not enough room for a second pair of arms before you hit the slide wall.
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