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Best drive away awning for demountable romahome?

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    Best drive away awning for demountable romahome?

    Hi everyone,does anyone know the best drive away awning that can be used with a demountable romahome on a suzuki supercarry?

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    I use both a harrison steel frame awning and a movelite ..

    The harrison is heavier but warmer .. and the movelite has the bedroom extension for when my son joins me ..

    ( Demountable on a Daihatsu .. )
    I make occasional visits to reality, but I'm not a full time resident
    http://minimouseandmilos.blogspot.com

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      #3
      Another vote for the movelite! I had the small (now called a square) on the back of my demountable Bedford Rascal Roma, and now use either that or a Midi movelite on my small caravan, as the door is at the back, the same as a romahome.

      Here's the midi with my caravan earlier this year. I think it might be too big for a demountable though, I think I'd go for the square!
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        #4
        Thanks everybody !

        Thanks for your help so far.Any info on these little campers will be great fully received .Ian

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          #5
          Originally posted by Ian thomas View Post
          Thanks for your help so far.Any info on these little campers will be great fully received .Ian
          What did you want to know? You are probably better asking specific questions .. as will depend on whether it's for the demountable part or the truck and age of both etc ..
          I make occasional visits to reality, but I'm not a full time resident
          http://minimouseandmilos.blogspot.com

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            #6
            Questions!!

            Hi Minimouse only owned a week so as the questions arise may I contact you ?All the best. Ian

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              #7
              Of course you can. But I'm no expert... Just learnt through asking questions and getting lots of answers. So carry on posting on the forum and then everyone can help or offer advice
              I make occasional visits to reality, but I'm not a full time resident
              http://minimouseandmilos.blogspot.com

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                #8
                Originally posted by Minimouse View Post
                Of course you can. But I'm no expert... Just learnt through asking questions and getting lots of answers. So carry on posting on the forum and then everyone can help or offer advice
                I agree with Minimouse, please post your questions on the forum for others to read and it may (and probably will) help someone else when you get answers.
                Graham
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