Awning skirts

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  1. Pompey

    Pompey Read Only Funster

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    Whilst away last week my wife used a couple of plastic packing bags (the sealable type) which she blew up and pushed under the motorhome to form a makeshift draught excluder in the awning. It worked a treat but with some gaps. I don't want to fix stick on or screw in studs to the side of the van and this seemed a perfect solution.
    I have looked on the web and found a Khyam Camper Baffle for VW campervans, but can't find a suitable one for our motorhome.
    Has anyone ever seen them?
     
  2. mike mcglynn

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    Hi Pompey you can buy a mini type of windbreak which goes along the full length of the van I have seen a few different types at the shows including a large inflatable sausage which you jam under the van (y)
     
  3. Pompey

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    Thanks Mike, I am going to NEC in October and will look out for the inflatable type.
     
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    Just don't tell @Tootles - he's busy with Miss Honnie at the moment......
     
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    We bonded an awning rail the full length of our lower body and we slip in a full length skirt before putting the awning out/over (depending on which awning) - tucked under the carpet - nice and cosy.
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    Trikeman.
     
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    Hi
    I screwed a rail under the skirt ( topping and starting at the wheel of course) and slide a skirt in. pretty invisible on the underside. Pete
     
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