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[RC] awning question - Amy Martin

To those who remember my previous post I bought the teeny tiny LQ trailer
and now have an awning question.  My trailer is 12 and a feet long and when
the door opens it overhangs the trailer by several inches past where the
gooseneck part starts.  There is room for an awning bracket between the door
frame and the edge of the trailer but then the door wouldn't open all the
way and latch to trailer.  To get the awning shorter than including the door
would be hardly enough to sit under and to put it on the other side without
the door seems not as practical.  The question is, is there something I am
missing?  I see awnings that have rods that go to the ground rather than
attaching to trailer, are these as sturdy and easy to set up as a Two Step
Awning?  I called Camping World who sells the twostep awnings and he said to
get a free standing one that does not attach to trailer.  Amy Martin

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