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Old 09-13-2013, 01:41 PM   #1701
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Plenty of coverage. My dad, little bro and i all stood under it easy. They extend out real far. Plus its just about perfect width for covering the rear tail gate of the truck for the kitchen haha






Either way..awnings are awesome.
YOU SIR NEED A TRASHEROO
WHATS AN AWNING GO FOR?
HOW DOES IT MOUNT?
 
Old 09-13-2013, 01:49 PM   #1702
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YOU SIR NEED A TRASHEROO
WHATS AN AWNING GO FOR?
HOW DOES IT MOUNT?
WHY ARE WE YELLING??? haha

yea trasheroo would be nice for sure.

Awnings are just shade. Keeps you out of the rain and sun. You can also buy mesh walls for bugs(i have that) or solid walls and floor and basically have a tent.

Mounts using 90* angle brackets.
 
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Hose clamp it to your Yakima rack. It's like $300 for the 79"
 
Old 09-13-2013, 02:25 PM   #1704
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Hose clamp it to your Yakima rack. It's like $300 for the 79"
this is what i was thinking or to my bed rack
when i make it
 
Old 09-13-2013, 03:32 PM   #1705
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Plenty of coverage. My dad, little bro and i all stood under it easy. They extend out real far. Plus its just about perfect width for covering the rear tail gate of the truck for the kitchen haha






Either way..awnings are awesome.
These are awesome pics. Can't convince the wife we need (I know it's a want) this type of setup. Camping to her means a motel. LOL.
 
Old 09-13-2013, 03:38 PM   #1706
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These are awesome pics. Can't convince the wife we need (I know it's a want) this type of setup. Camping to her means a motel. LOL.

trust me. If you can find a member close to you with one to show the wife..she will approve. I have done it haha guys wife was okay with it within minutes of seeing it and he bought one the next week hahaha
 
Old 09-13-2013, 06:06 PM   #1707
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trust me. If you can find a member close to you with one to show the wife..she will approve. I have done it haha guys wife was okay with it within minutes of seeing it and he bought one the next week hahaha
Agreed, the gf was anti getting a RTT until she saw one, now she wants one and hates normal tents haha
 
Old 09-13-2013, 07:21 PM   #1708
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:00 PM   #1709
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Does anyone know/can someone measure the optimal mounting height in order to use the annex?

I am starting the design process for an expo trailer and would like to have the annex that came with my Mt. Shasta be useable and not dragging on the ground or pulling the floor up when installed. I know it will depend on ground levelness, so a 6" range or so would be great.

I would do it myself, but I currently have no way to mount my RTT so it can be opened.

Hope that makes sense.

Thank you!
 
Old 09-17-2013, 12:08 PM   #1710
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Mine sat about 6'1" off the ground with no lift on the truck. Will be going up 5" or so so I hope the annex still reaches the ground.
 
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Mine sat about 6'1" off the ground with no lift on the truck. Will be going up 5" or so so I hope the annex still reaches the ground.
Was the annex pretty taught at that height?
 
Old 09-17-2013, 12:43 PM   #1712
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I've been kicking around doing the same thing. Just not a 79 inch one because I don't have a trail limo.
Hahaha I got a 99" in the mail as of today. Trail limo ftw!
 
Old 09-17-2013, 12:44 PM   #1713
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Was the annex pretty taught at that height?
I had some room to spare, wasn't guyed out as much as it could have been so I'm not sure exactly how much I had.
 
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Does anyone know/can someone measure the optimal mounting height in order to use the annex?

I am starting the design process for an expo trailer and would like to have the annex that came with my Mt. Shasta be useable and not dragging on the ground or pulling the floor up when installed. I know it will depend on ground levelness, so a 6" range or so would be great.

I would do it myself, but I currently have no way to mount my RTT so it can be opened.

Hope that makes sense.

Thank you!
You wouldn't have to set up the tent...just take out hte annex walls and get a couple people to help you stretch it out.
There is a velcro strip on the inside of the walls that allows you to fold up the walls about 1'0 so you have two options for heights. My tent is about 5'0 off the ground and its a little low even with the velcro deal. No big deal to me, the annex is just for storage when I need it.
 
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You wouldn't have to set up the tent...just take out hte annex walls and get a couple people to help you stretch it out.
There is a velcro strip on the inside of the walls that allows you to fold up the walls about 1'0 so you have two options for heights. My tent is about 5'0 off the ground and its a little low even with the velcro deal. No big deal to me, the annex is just for storage when I need it.
I have not even taken mine out of the bag yet.
 
Old 09-17-2013, 08:02 PM   #1717
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I have not even taken mine out of the bag yet.
I used it once, getting it to fit nicely back in the bagvus a challenge for me. So I always say screw the effort lol
 
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I have not even taken mine out of the bag yet.
Finally used my annex last weekend. It's nice.

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I used it once, getting it to fit nicely back in the bagvus a challenge for me. So I always say screw the effort lol
I left mine attached to the tent and folded it up and threw the cover over it. Mine is only a mt bachelor so I can comment on whether or not it fits on the other tents or with any gear in the tent, but my annex is attached and my tent is folded up with the cover over it.
 
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I left mine attached to the tent and folded it up and threw the cover over it. Mine is only a mt bachelor so I can comment on whether or not it fits on the other tents or with any gear in the tent, but my annex is attached and my tent is folded up with the cover over it.
That's a genius idea. I've got a Shasta so their close. I always leave my sleeping bag and a blanket in their, but shouldn't pose a problem.
 
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Finally used my annex last weekend. It's nice.



I left mine attached to the tent and folded it up and threw the cover over it. Mine is only a mt bachelor so I can comment on whether or not it fits on the other tents or with any gear in the tent, but my annex is attached and my tent is folded up with the cover over it.

wait..then how is the tarp being held down on the side that doesn't zip??..
 
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