Awning skirt

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  1. Roachy72

    Roachy72 Read Only Funster

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    im after a bit of help. I haven't got the track to put a skirt on my motorhome, I don't want to drill on an awning recess would prefer to stick it on, but I can't find anyone that does this. Can anyone advise, or is it best to use drill?
     
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    Press studs or stick Velcro to van body. We have had both in out tugger years :)
     
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    Hi I screwed a runner under the MH skirt seem to work ok and not on show and unsightly, my mate had velcro when it got dirty it loked a mess. Pete
     
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    I used just Sikaflex for both the main awning channel and the skirt channel.
    Both have stayed fast in some respectable breezes.
     
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    My wife made ours she put eyelets in thw waterproof material and we hang them on those plastic hooks you put the sucker on the side of the van and press the down into the locking position,about seven on the door side works a treat lol
     
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    Some great advice and some good options, many thanks.
     
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  8. GaryW

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    Must be FYLDE coast thing cos we have done the same to ours.
    Works a treat
    Gary
     
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    Try lilly Pad leisure they have a clip system no drilling or fimma
    Paul
     
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    Just looked at Lilly Pad, could be the answer for me.
     
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    We have a Lillypad skirt & works well
     
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