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Old 08-27-2012, 07:28 PM   #11
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I always keep both sides down on the lowest angle. Never had a problem with rain pooling up. There's a spring loaded feature that automatically dumps if that were to happen. I'd rather not trust it though. Rolls up fine and travels fine.

We've pulled ours to virgina beach and more recently to Sleeping Bear in the northern part of lower MI.
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I always keep both sides down on the lowest angle. Never had a problem with rain pooling up. There's a spring loaded feature that automatically dumps if that were to happen. I'd rather not trust it though. Rolls up fine and travels fine.

We've pulled ours to virgina beach and more recently to Sleeping Bear in the northern part of lower MI.
Is there a good campground at VA Beach? I love that place.
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Sorry for delay, been unavailable for a while.

1st Landing State Park, look under there's a thread around here somewhere....
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Just a little note concerning the awnings. When I went to open mine this weekend, it stuck on one side. I just had it out 2 weeks ago. Anyways, the hydraulic arm had stuck. I went across the street to the dealer. He said to spray some slide-out lube on it. He said that if by chance it happens again, stop and lube it. Otherwise, it will cause issues with the rest of the awning parts. Parts alone to fix that possible damage he said was around $850. So, be careful! BTW, the slide-out lube worked fine. He said no wd40 as it is too thin and doesn't last.
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