awning side curtain/wind break

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  1. thefman

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    hi guys, some of you had these thin side panels at the bring and buy meet
    i think the company was called lillypad? cant seem to find them could you
    point me in the right direction:Smile:

    cheers mark.
     
  2. Wildman

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    don't know it this helps but I made mine out of an old gazeebo sides. You can buy the new for around £25 then just use the two ends sinple bit of straight sewing, add velcro and job done
     
  3. pappajohn

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    looking to make some myself.

    shirl says a material called Viole? netting will be strong/stiff enough and a fine mesh as well.

    between £4 and £8 a line meter approx 2 mtrs wide.

    let you know how it goes.:thumb:
     
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    Hi, it's Lillypad Leisure, hge's a link to their ebay store LILLYPAD-LEISURE
     
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    so close.... voile

    cannibalise any old tents ...that's what we did until we had some posh gazebo sides and fronts made over....

    you can get a sew on strip with a bead that fits the channel on the front of the awning from caravan dealer shops (unless John's Cross has some at a bargain price... what say you Peter?)
     
  6. fjmike

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    I made my own from some netting I bought from fleabay, look for BLUE DEBRIS NETTING GARDEN POULTRY WINDBREAK, sized at two metres by fifty metres more than enough to do all three sides and some spare as well for about thirty quid
     
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    :ROFLMAO: I've spent ages googling trying to find these, thanks for asking which is what I should have done. :Blush:
     
  8. BEV

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    Windbreak

    Why not just a six pole wind break for £8 dont think that will break the bank eh
     
  9. Elvis

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    Porch awning - with clamps

    I have just bought a royal porch awning by Royal Leisure - its a dome style & cost me about £90 (had to shop around for this price though - new)! it would normally fit on a caravan awning rail but I have been told that I can 'clamp' the 'back flap' to the femma rail. It has a built in ground sheet too, and I think it will stand alone, in case we want to drive off but will not close at the back so wont be able to leave things in it when MH not attached.

    I will let you know how it all goes, when we try it out next month!

    If anyone else has tried this, then perhaps they will let us know how well it works. I have put a photo of it in my album :thumb:
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    we just bought the Movilite XL at stratford
    similar thing...slips in the awning rail (allegedly:Doh:) or straps over roof and peg down......bloody nightmare to erect. never have another one.

    so close to cutting the straps, driving away and leaving it at the bring and buy meet :Angry:
     
  11. Patrick

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    If anyone still has the magazeen from Stratford there web addy is in this!

    I have dunped mine!
     
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    if ye leave it ill pick it up lol:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  13. thefman

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    :roflmto: if i wanted one of them id buy a caravan:winky:
     
  14. Elvis

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    Royal Porch Awning + fixing kit

    This is the 'Caravan' awning I mentioned earlier - bought a fixing kit for it today, cost £20 - this will fix it to our Feimma - entire kit cost £110 for 2 by 2.75 awning, with ground sheet & fixing kit .... not bad hey :thumb:
     
  15. thefman

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    no I'm selling this 3.5 inaca to fit the fiamma what I'm after are just thin curtain affairs:Smile:
     
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