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Old 09-25-2011, 05:25 PM   #1
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Looking for awning for Boler 13' 1976

Hello,

We just took out our 13' 1976 Boler for the first time, and it was great (even though we still need to fix our propane furnace and our fridge for 12V and propane - it works on 110V)... We had water and 110V at our camping site.

The only thing that we think would be great - besides fixing the appliances - is an awning. We never though we'd need one, but after camping with our friends who all have awnings, we now understand its use.

Would anyone have one for sale, that would fit our 13' Boler? Or know where we could find one? As you will see in our pictures (more to come soon), we are in the white/yellow color scheme, as to depict an "egg"...

Thanks!

Alexandre
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Old 09-27-2011, 12:11 AM   #2
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im going with a bag awning classic model 7 footer

i have a 7"6" rail on my rig when i bought it....

i painted my trailer dark grey so i wanted a darker color awning and bag

they were able to custom make an awning and bag to fit my trailers color scheme

i went with a vulcan grey awning and black bag

will be posting pictures as soon as a get it

i do have my orig awning and new poles awning is blue in color bag is off white
the bag is bad off but still works if you want to make me an offer for it not
contact the above to see what they can do for you they will also send you samples to look at before you buy
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Old 09-30-2011, 06:37 PM   #3
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Many of use use Marti in California for our awnings. She lets you choose your fabric from the Sunbrella site and will make them in several styles. I love the one she made for my Scotty Rear Door.

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Hello,

We just took out our 13' 1976 Boler for the first time, and it was great (even though we still need to fix our propane furnace and our fridge for 12V and propane - it works on 110V)... We had water and 110V at our camping site.

The only thing that we think would be great - besides fixing the appliances - is an awning. We never though we'd need one, but after camping with our friends who all have awnings, we now understand its use.

Would anyone have one for sale, that would fit our 13' Boler? Or know where we could find one? As you will see in our pictures (more to come soon), we are in the white/yellow color scheme, as to depict an "egg"...

Thanks!

Alexandre
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