Attaching an awning skirt!

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  1. devondumpling

    devondumpling Deleted User

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    Hi all!

    Not been on here for a while as been up to my neck in it::bigsmile:with work that is!!

    We have purchased a privacy room and skirt to fit on our Swift Kon-tiki 665P.

    I would like to know if htere is any other way to attach the skirt other than the pree studs included. Don't fancy drilling straight into the side panels and then leaving an unsightly set on studs along the side!!!:whatthe:
    Any ideas welcome please!

    Katie :thumb:
     
  2. Geo

    Geo Trader - Funster

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    You could use suckers like those on the exterior silver screens:thumb:
    or glue on a straight awning rail using sikoflex:Smile:
    Geo
     
  3. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    thats what mine has, aluminium awning rail, but in three pieces.....one rear, one under step/door, one front.
    doesnt really look out of place as its so low.
     
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    skirting rail

    Yes pappajohn i agree i have awining rail.have fiamia skirt have not got round wheel arch cover. That requires 2 studs. Blackie
     
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    as i'v never used the skirt i didnt give a thought to the wheel arches:Doh:
     
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