Kampa Rally Air 330

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  1. Murphy

    Murphy Funster

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    Been looking at these for some time now with view to a purchase, does anyone already have one of these and can offer any advise, looking at attaching it to the Omnistor/ Thule awning rail,
    I know you can get a Specific Motorhome version of the Rally Air, but they only come in 260 or 390 widths, either 2 short or 2 long, my Omnistor is 350,

    All advise welcome.
     
  2. mentaliss

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    just make sure of two things:
    Height from ground to rail bead insert meets the kampa requirement
    Make sure the the air tube does not obstruct the habitational door
    oh! one other issue Kampa do not recommend 'semi permanent' erection
     
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    MikeandCarolyn Read Only Funster

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    Attaching it to a windout awning will mean that it sits the thickness of the awning housing away from the van.Much better to put an awning rail just below the windout,if there's room.(y) At least-it works better for me :)
     
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  4. Murphy

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    Thanks Mentaliss, the height suit as they fit rail height 235-250 and mine is 245, not sure on where the air beams fit though, may need to see one set up first, but would assume they are away from door opening areas !
     
  5. Murphy

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    Good idea Mike and Carolyn, never thought of that option !
     
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    Beware, with all driveaway awnings/annexes you must use a groundsheet underneath them if on hard or stony ground as manufacturers will not accept claims under warranty for perforation.

    Peter
     
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    Appreciate the information, will ensure a ground sheet is used at all times, thanks
     
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    had to send our kampa back would not sit to the ground 2013 or 2014 model take a look at the vango lol still lol on this sunny day in Swansea ray
     
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