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RVFUN

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May 7, 2017
271
45
Chatham Kent
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48,553
MH
Swift Champagne 694
Exp
Newbies to motorhoming - purchasedJune 2017
Lily pads charcoal with charcoal membranes. Ordered to fit an Escape 694. Our fitted omnistor awning is 4.25 x 2.5 but would fit a 4.5 x 2.5 awning as only fractionally bigger.
Used once to try but needed to buy a Thule awning to take grand kids away while these were being made so we don’t need both rooms. We will be at the Peterborough show for collection or to view these but these are light to post and fit on any telescopic side poles. Lillypad usually sell at Peterborough show so there you will see how light and good they are and the price these are to be custom made new.
These are the newest version which can be seen on Lillypad’s website with the additional membranes that can be put up or down for additional privacy or to keep the rain out. I think we paid £375 so looking for £200 for them. No silly offers please as these are already a bargain.
 
Oct 17, 2017
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Suffolk
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50,994
MH
Burstner ixeo 724 plus
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Newbie
Is the 2.5mt size the fixing height on the van or the projection from the van to the front poles?
Thanks Mike
 
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RVFUN

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2.50 m is the side projection As you lower or raise the sun awning to the required height.
 
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RVFUN

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Swift Champagne 694
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Newbies to motorhoming - purchasedJune 2017
These are the sizes and price to the two members asking.
 

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