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Old 06-22-2014, 03:16 PM   #15
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Thanks Linda, but no the door came with the ParkLiner! Its awesome, I have a real thin green tribal print fabric that I use as a curtain on the door so it gives a little privacy while inside.

My awning is about 11'6" by about 8' long. Its not perfect, but I'm not complaining too much lol. There will be another one eventually lol. I need to setup and take a picture with my new table, ground mat and chair....prolly this weekend, I'm heading to Herkimer NY.
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Old 06-23-2014, 10:36 AM   #16
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As far as free standing pop-up units, this one is way cool. I bought this and removed my factory installed awning outright. It's called the CLAM 1660. They also make pop-up ice fishing tents as well, and they are very well made. Sets up in 1 minute by 1 person. Goes down for storage just as easily.

Link: Six Pack 1660 Mag Screen Tent
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Old 06-23-2014, 02:08 PM   #17
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Casita Greg,

Have you used the wind panels? Looks like they Velcro on..no zippers......the tent doesn't turn into a sail? Looks cool!


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Old 06-23-2014, 02:21 PM   #18
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As far as free standing pop-up units, this one is way cool. I bought this and removed my factory installed awning outright. It's called the CLAM 1660. They also make pop-up ice fishing tents as well, and they are very well made. Sets up in 1 minute by 1 person. Goes down for storage just as easily.

Link: Six Pack 1660 Mag Screen Tent

That's pretty cool. Love the video showing the folks struggling with another style of canopy in the background, and the wife that abandons the husband.
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Old 06-23-2014, 10:38 PM   #19
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Casita Greg...

Just checked website and they are out of stock. They did list two local dealers (Big Bear and Cabelas) so I'm going to try and check them out tomorrow.


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Old 06-24-2014, 01:06 AM   #20
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I saw the same thing on their web site. Googled it and came up with multiple sources to purchase it and for a bit less $.
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I saw the same thing on their web site. Googled it and came up with multiple sources to purchase it and for a bit less $.
We just bought one of those Clam 1660's from Amazon. 300 bucks. Should be delivered today.

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That is 10 lbs less than the first up!

1st ? - Why 6 pegs? There are only 5 sides that seem to tie down.
2nd ? - How easy is it to take down and fold up?
3rd ? - Can the wind panels be attached to the bottom and leave the top 1/2 as screen?
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Good questions Roy, they never showed taking it down and packing. Maybe Frank will give us a heads up after he gets his. Hint, hint
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Good questions Roy, they never showed taking it down and packing. Maybe Frank will give us a heads up after he gets his. Hint, hint
Supposed to be here today. We'll see. Windy out too, trying to fashion some oak pieces for my cabinet holder-openers. Hmm, glass 'em together? Screw 'em? Gorilla glue?

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Old 06-24-2014, 07:29 PM   #25
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Just ordered a Six Pack 1660 from L & M for $249 and wind panels for $29.99. Free shipping on both orders. Can't wait to get them!


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I watched a good video of set up and take down on the L & M website. Take down ran about 45 seconds once stakes are removed. Not sure if wind panels need to come off before storing.....maybe instructions will come with them telling me.


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'scuse my ignorance but what is L&M?
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Old 06-25-2014, 10:55 AM   #28
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