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Havent enstaled awning yet waiting on some cross bars before installing.
First, I wish they would have told me they supplied the nuts and bolts in the stakes bag inside the poles bag. I went and bought all the nuts and bolts, would have been simple to just throw them in the packing box (and not "barried" inside two bags with no mention about it in the manual). the whole set up is light and definitely provides the desired shade cover. the materials and design are sturdy for rain and winds when set up is done correctly. But the set up each time (not the initial install) is a pain. You really want two people handling it with all the moving and mobile parts and unfortunately I was never able to fit the holes into their appropriate slots, there's no way in the world the fabric can stretch this much, I'm talking inches away. The fabric is short compared to the metal hardware, but somehow it's able to stay on sturdy enough (while the holes are not in their designated spots). So it's functional and lightweight, set up is more troublesome than I originally thought and the fitting between the fabric and metal parts is far from ideal. Not sure how other competing 270 degrees awning are compared to this, but I would spend extra $100-200 if the set up each time was easier and the materials actually fit perfect.
I recently purchased this awning and put it on a prinsu rack on top of my 4Runner. I am very happy with the rack it came with all nuts and mounting brackets that I need it. I can’t wait to get it out on the beaches of Outer Banks and up in the mountains in the Shenandoah Valley!
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