Originally Posted by Jayco5488
Great, we look forward to hearing from you.
Okay, as promised, I tried tying the awning arms. I did not use the rope method, but rather used a couple short bungee cords. There are a couple small holes about halfway down the channel that is bolted to the camper. I used those small holes to hook the bungee cords and wrapped one time around and hooked to the other hole. Worked great, that let the arms come out about 1 foot at the top.
Now the bad news. I could only get 1/2 of each side. I found that just a little bit of wind is a real pain also. I did scrub the 1/2 of each side from a ladder and didn't find it that much easier than just getting wet and scrubbing with the awning out.
Will I do it again? I duhno.
Me, DW and 5 dogs
2004 F-150 Reg Cab,Long bed 4X4
2008 Flagstaff 625D Pup (keeping this one for now)
2010 Jayco EXP 21M Hybrid
ďThis isnít rocket science; itís more like quantum physics.Ē