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Old 12-05-2023, 12:26 AM   #1
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2015 1209sc awning pole question

I just purchased a 2015 jayco 1209 SC. It has the bag awning but the poles are missing. I have two questions. 1. Trying to find replacement poles is difficult. Hanna rv has replacement poles for Jayco pop up camper but not sure if they will work. Has anyone purchased said poles? 2. Does anyone have a picture of a 1209 sc with the awning set up. I can't find any pictures on the web that shows what it would look like. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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Must be a common problem?
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...ml#post1141202
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Old 12-06-2023, 07:34 PM   #3
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I have the same yr/model and the awning supports are telescopic and fit into the aluminum frame across the front end of awning. The supports have to be pulled out of the front frame and extended and they fit at approx 45 deg angle and slip into a small bracket that receives the "foot" on the end of the bracket.
I will be camping this wkend and if you want to PM me your email address I'd be happy to take some close-up pics and send to you.
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Just throwing this out. Did you look under the mattresses, some people used to put them there for convenience?
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Thanks for the info. That would be awesome. Here is my email haguinaldo47@gmail.com. Have fun this weekend!
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The preivous owner mentioned that he lost the poles a long time ago.
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Interesting...I have same yr and model and the poles pivot on a pin that is permanently connected into the track that the front part of the canopy is affixed to?? Not sure how he would "lose" them.
Maybe was damaged in a storm by wind, bent poles and he removed them possibly??
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Interesting...I have same yr and model and the poles pivot on a pin that is permanently connected into the track that the front part of the canopy is affixed to?? Not sure how he would "lose" them.
Maybe was damaged in a storm by wind, bent poles and he removed them possibly??
Depends on what awning. OP has a bag awning vs the box.
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Mine is a bag as well.
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I should open it up and see what is really missing. I was about to pull the trigger on carefree of colorado bag awning. And that is an $800 purchase
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Mine is a bag as well.
Didn't realize they built them that way. The bag awnings I've always seen on pups had the poles separate, but they were older also.
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If it's like our last two pup ups, there are the vertical poles that drop out and adjust for height, and separate loose spring poles that tension the awning from the roof to the awning cross bar. If I remember, there were two of them, one for each side. More than once I had cranked the roof all the way up and forgot to put the poles together first when it was only cranked up a foot or two. Had to step on the cooler to reach the roof.
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