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Old 07-29-2014, 10:09 AM   #1
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Awning question

I have an opportunity to buy a bag awning from a StarCraft pop up.
It is in great condition and the right size. Does anyone know if there would be any problem using it? I would love a new one but they cost more than the camper did!
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I believe it should work, however, wait and have someone verify. Also, the trailer you just posted has an awning. If in good shape and the right size you can think about that as well.

I believe the trailer is a T-1661.
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Forget what I just said about the trailer for sale. the awning on the T-1661 is to long for your trailer.
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We use one, also off our old Starcraft pop up. The only issue we have with it is it's really hard to zip the awning back up into the bag when you are closing it up. You have to roll the awning and hold it up over your heads while trying to zip the bag at the same time. You need at least two people, and I am too short to do it without standing on something. With the pop up we just lowered the top before putting away the awning and it was much easier.

I would love an attached roll out awning also, but they are way too expensive for me, even on my little 1550 I was quoted $900 by a local RV dealer.
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Old 07-29-2014, 07:13 PM   #5
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Awning

Well, I went for it too good a deal to pass up. I get my little camper tomorrow so we shall see! I am not buying the other camper just thought someone might be interested. This pole awning does not have a bag and is fairly lightweight.
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My parents use the bag awning off of their Colman pop up on their Scamp when they take the travel trailer. It works
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I am not buying the other
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LOL. I only suggested that possibility because new awnings cost more than the trailer w/awning. The added benefit is spare parts, like appliances, widows, etc.
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LOL. I only suggested that possibility because new awnings cost more than the trailer w/awning. The added benefit is spare parts, like appliances, widows, etc.
You also use the second for a storage shed or a mobile tool box. LOL
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