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  1. stuboy7

    stuboy7 Read Only Funster

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    hi all does anydody know of a company that does awnings to fit onto the flamni awning that is attached to side of m/h to make more space?:BigGrin:
     
  2. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Hi,

    Fiamma supply side and front blockers or privacy rooms designed to fit on Fiamma awnings.

    If you give us a ring, Darren will advise you further and mention FUN and you will get the Funsters discount:thumb:

    Pter
     
  3. vindiboy

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    How about Suncamp ??
     
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    You can use any awning either a drive away one or a porch one that you often see on caravans. ( note: wash out mouth )
    The standard fitting on the awnings will slide into an Omnistor but the Fiamma channel is much smaller at around 3mm.
    You can buy the Fiamma kit which includes a twin pipe with a 5mm pipe on one side and the 3mm on the other. You slide the 3mm side into the Fiamma and the other side into the figure of eight plastic channel. The pipe on the awning will then slide into the other side of the figure eight.
    Just make sure tht you measure from the floor to the Fiamma channel and buy an awning which fits that height.
    We have a drive away one but we leave it freestanding and don't even slide it into the channel, we have also bought a small porch one and that is in a shop where they are sewing the smaller pipe onto the awning, this will avoid having to use the figure eight section.

    Hope this makes sense
     
  5. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    outdoor revolutions movelite XL
    either awning rail mounted or throwover roof straps....both included...your choice.

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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    excellent idea......why didnt i think of that:Doh:
     
  7. Elvis

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    yes!

    Well, you could buy a Safari/Privacy room for £800 hundred plus - consists of 3 sides for your Fiemma awning :Eeek:... or a

    Drive - away awning for £300 or so plus :Eeek:.... or

    You could just buy a normal Gazibo but it wont be tall enough to cover your door so you will have to pitch it to the side ... or

    You could buy a caravan awning and a fixing kit (£20) and run it through the ridge on your closed Fiemma awning .... or

    .... better still for about £80 you can buy a Royal Porch awning, which runs through the ridge of your closed Fiemma awning (no fixing kit needed) .... see photos of ours in our albums (easy to find on-line if you type above awning name in search engine) :thumb:

    Whatever you decide, remember to measure hight of awning ridge before you buy one (click on pic below to make it bigger) ... good luck.


     
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  8. Elvis

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    stock up pal

    You really do need to start stocking the Royal Porch awning :Doh:
     
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