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The steps to installing an RV slide-out awning are to measure the depth and width of a fully extended sliding-out room. Buy the right size sliding awning kit. What you need to do is choose the design that best suits your RV. Always check the product you ordered before starting to install the RV slide. Check the number of holes in the awning kit and count the amount of hardware included. You can add holes on the left or right side of the center lanyard, applying sealant before securing the screws. Add rubber sealant to the holes before securing them with screws. Install awning pipes. Take the end cap extensions and connect them to the brackets without fixing them with screws. Carefully slide the awning tube into the awning rail. Secure the awning tube by tightening the shoulder screws on the end cap extensions.
 

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Shade Pro is a nice replacement awning. The fabric seems durable and the colors were pleasing. I had never done a replacement but watched a couple of videos on YouTube. It's all thanks to the handy pull tab, which makes threading the cloth through the awning pole a lot easier. The fabric for this camper retractable awning is a robust and durable 13-oz 3-ply vinyl cloth. This is one of the heaviest and most long-lasting awning shades available right now.
 

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Shade Pro is a nice replacement awning. The fabric seems durable and the colors were pleasing. I had never done a replacement but watched a couple of videos on YouTube. It's all thanks to the handy pull tab, which makes threading the cloth through the awning pole a lot easier. The fabric for this camper retractable awning is a robust and durable 13-oz 3-ply vinyl cloth. This is one of the heaviest and most long-lasting awning shades available right now.
Thank for sharing! I will find more for this vinyl cloth. This cloth type sounds great! My awning is abt to be replaced
 
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