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Old 05-26-2006, 05:04 PM   #1
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Got the awning just about finished and tried it out today- here are some pics:


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Old 05-26-2006, 07:07 PM   #2
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What is the buttom bracket and where did you find it ?

BTW you did a wonderful job on your Scamp
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Hi, They are simple flag pole brackets that I got at WalMart for about $2 each. They worked very well with the exception of the 3/4 PVC that I used would not fit in them, so I had to put a reducer in the 3/4 PVC to join a 1/2 piece on the end to fit in the bracket! Was not a big deal at all though.

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Old 05-27-2006, 11:16 AM   #4
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Hi Jaye,

How is it attached at the roof?

And is that a Giant Chicken behind the fence in that one pic?

RUN!!! It's going to attack!
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I think what you are seeing is just a half dead shrub that resembles a chicken!!!



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How is it attached at the roof?

And is that a Giant Chicken behind the fence in that one pic?

RUN!!! It's going to attack!
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Are you sure it doesn't think you stole it's offspring?


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But seriously folks.. How did you attach at the roof?
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I am going to take a pic of the things I used and add them- I don't know what they are called !!!!


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But seriously folks.. How did you attach at the roof?
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Here are pics of the clamps I used on the roof to snap the awning onto. I used 3 of them and can easily put it up myself... plus, it held tight over the downpouring rain we have had in Maine recently and the wind too! Very cheap and easy project!





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