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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #449928

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It's arrived, no more fighting with the missus each time we set up the awning!
She's gonna find this handy tool makes her job so much easier!
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Reborn caravanner !
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #449930

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You spoil her, -- (Hope it's not contagious!)
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #449934

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We have just received one of these too, but I suspect that it will be me who’s using it! :woohoo:

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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #449935

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Tempted myself, let us know how it goes

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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #450008

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Been tempted to buy one of those myself, but i don't think our awning has an eyelet to attach the cord..
Incidentally i was wondering which end do folks thread their awning unto the caravan? I know it can be done from the front or the rear but i'm thinking from the front would be easier as there's usually less of an angle for the awning to negotiate.
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #450009

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Our Air Awning a 260 is a fairly light, and is easy to put up, I thread it up from the front.
Hutch
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #450011

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kerbdog wrote:
Been tempted to buy one of those myself, but i don't think our awning has an eyelet to attach the cord..
Incidentally i was wondering which end do folks thread their awning unto the caravan? I know it can be done from the front or the rear but i'm thinking from the front would be easier as there's usually less of an angle for the awning to negotiate.

Not if you have a new S4 Unicorn or a Pursuit as they both have a graceful curve at the rear top. It does however cause problems with awnings!
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 1 week ago #450012

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Woodentop wrote:
kerbdog wrote:
Been tempted to buy one of those myself, but i don't think our awning has an eyelet to attach the cord..
Incidentally i was wondering which end do folks thread their awning unto the caravan? I know it can be done from the front or the rear but i'm thinking from the front would be easier as there's usually less of an angle for the awning to negotiate.

Not if you have a new S4 Unicorn or a Pursuit as they both have a graceful curve at the rear top. It does however cause problems with awnings!

Its best with a Coachman. :P
Hutch
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 6 days ago #450026

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I've always threaded my awning up from the rear up the vertical then along. I've never thought about doing it from the front but I might give that a try next time . Cheers .
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Awning Pulley Kampa 7 months 6 days ago #450030

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I now use the rear entry. The new awning rail st front needs flaring out. A problem I’m still working on. May well wait for the Woosiefest and tap up Sproket. :P
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