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linblad

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Cheers guys all this feedback is hugely appreciated will try it out next time home [smile] sure that with practice we can smash it .......

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Hi Phil

I was just going back over this post and noticed the following comment.

"A minor thing that is over-looked is the method of tying off the awning guy ropes. Refer the photo, but basically the rope is looped over itself about a foot or so down the vertical pole. This maintains a level of pressure onto the edge of the awing (holding the flap down) and places the tension on a lower portion of the pole rather than the upper-most point. And, the guy rope peg doesn't need to be out so far from the awning. "

This method of securing the guys will work - except when installing the wall kits. The poles will be on the inside of the walls so the guy will need to be attached from the top.

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Anthony, very true.
We haven't been using awning walls, so this method of securing the guy ropes has worked for us.
However, we have now decided to bring our rear awning wall with us, as well as a privacy screen (from caravan) for future trips. This will then change the way we secure the guy ropes.

All the best, Filbee56

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Many thanks to filbee 56 for helping out we appreciate your assistance regards Peter nasser
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