I'm on my second Scamp
. The first was a 13' that had a Fiamma awning
installed, and as I recall, under the awning
case/box was a drip edge/gutter that ran the length of the awning
that prevented water from dripping down the side of the trailer. It was in addition to the drip edge over the door (and on this one, the windows).
So on our new 16' Scamp
with a Fiamma awning, there is a big gap under the awning case/box that allows all the water that hits the roof to run down the side of the trailer. I know the awning is not really designed to be water tight, but in the Pacific Northwest ... suffice to say, we'd like to install a gutter system. The one on the 13' may have been installed by the first owner, or it may have been a factory install, but I find no mention of such a thing in any of the Scamp
or Fiamma literature.
So, any ideas? The best I can come up with is to rip a half round piece of PVC pipe and glue it (using some good 3M Marine Adhesive) to the trailer under the awning box.