Based on the number of layers and tape placement on our old 38' trailer, neither did one of the previous owners.$100 says I’d have never of thought of that until I tore up my new awning
Mine are on 16" centers. I didn't want to lose any width by adding a premade box so I used the crossmembers themselves as the "frame" and just added 1/2" marine plywood to the bottom underneath them. I set my skill saw depth to match the floor and cut it in the middle of the crossmember. Once I cut it out, I added the piano hinge to the piece I cut out and trimmed the rest with aluminum. That way the lid sits on top of and is supported by the crossmembers when closed. For a handle, I just drilled a hole in the top and made a loop with a knot out of some paracordI would love some in floor storage on my but I ordered my trailer with crossmembers on 12" centers.
I guess I could do a little fab work and get one in there.
https://www.alekoproducts.com/Retractable-RV-Patio-Awning-12-x-8-ft-p/rvaw12x8blkst33-ap.htmPlease share where you bought it. Also please tell me what was involved in installing it.
Shows “MERRY” as the current code. I looked on my invoice and it shows DSC-653 as the code if you want to try it. If you get one and have questions, pm me.I tried to buy one the the discount code did not work . I wrote them an asked for a working discount code. I the respond i will buy one also.
Haven't done anything to it since I installed the awning. I ordered two vertical sliding windows to install in the sides. They should be here next week. Gonna try and get them in before next weekend and take it on a trip.Got any updates on your enclosed conversion?
Haven't done anything to it since I installed the awning. I ordered two vertical sliding windows to install in the sides. They should be here next week. Gonna try and get them in before next weekend and take it on a trip.
Nothing new to report.Made any changes to the enclosed lately?
I noticed you have a City Water hookup on the front v-nose. Thinking about adding that to our trailer since I currently have the pump uninstalled and winterized.
Where/how did you plumb it into the water system as a whole? I assume it would need to plumb in after the water pump and directly to the water heater in order to bypass the pump, but I'm not 100% sure so figured I'd ask here before consulting the Googles.
Good to know and will also be stealing that plumbing whenever I add City Water hookup to our trailer.Nothing new to report.
City water is plumbed in as you described. Installed a ball valve on discharge of pump and then a T for city water. City water also has a ball valve that I open/close depending on water source. This way it can't back feed the wrong direction.