Windbreak tension bars

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  1. snorky

    snorky Read Only Funster

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    Can anybody tell me where I can get some of these? I saw some plastic ones at the show recently but alas got sidetracked and didnt buy
     
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    movan Funster Life Member

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    Snorky If no-one comes on to help you in the meantime, I bought some at the Knutsford show and when I can get to my van I will look to see if there is a leaflet inside the wrapping.:Smile:
     
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    Would love to help but sorry. We got some at the Loughborough show and they are great. Currently on a windy site and with the tiedowns as well on each post the windbreaks are as steady as a rock. Lots of people have been asking us where to get them but for the life of me I can't remember. All I can say is the dealer only had windbreaks on their stand at the show.

    For tiedowns I've drilled a hole through the top of each pole, glued in a couple of wooden dowels, made up some tiedowns which loop over the top and it's quick and easy to secure each one. Going to get some of those solar night lights from the pound shops sometime to stick near the pegs, fed up tripping over them in the night.
     
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    Just looking through the programme for Northern MH Show.

    NT Windbreaks 01209 214944
     
  5. Maurice & Val

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    [​IMG]These are ours

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    Go to the hard ware store and get some washing poles, they sell them there in different sizes. They are not motorhome specific items and will be much cheaper.:Wink:
     
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    Thought of doing that myself before I purchased some. You need 2 different sizes of pole, the special end clips and the length adjustment connector as well. Tried for ages to get all items but gave up in the end.
     
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