Originally Posted by Rusty99
I'm new to the forum and looking to add a roll out awing to my 1972 Boler
I was in Calgary a few weeks ago and stopped in to Outback RV Compact lightweight fiberglass Outback travel trailers Calgary | Trillium Trailers
to get some estimates on fiberglass work and priced out a Carefree Brand Awing that they use on their trailers, $899 plus 2hrs labour.
I kinda thought that was pricey but don't have anything to compare it to.
They will also replace my windows
with Outback RV sliding glass windows for $295 each.
Anybody done either of these options and have feedback?
Unfortunately, they no longer make the Catalina 2500, which has worked flawlessly for me for seven years so far, taking only seconds to deploy or retract.
At twice the price, the awning
shown on the Outback is a first rate awning
and the price is in line with the Horizon.
The Horizon is a very popular crank out awning
which is going for about $900 factory installed at Scamp
The advantages are obvious with a crank out awning which has the legs attached to the RV.The one drawback for me, however, is that the "legs" are always in the way when deployed. You can get used to any design though and learn to arrange your campsite to accomodate the difference.