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I found an awning site that sells a manual crank for certain rv awnings. It replaces the awning
springs and you never have to worry about locking & unlocking your awning anymore.
Also you can crank out any amount of your awning and stop it there with out locking it.

Anyone heard of this and any pro's or con's?
 
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Ops! That would help...

www.rvawningrepairs.com
when this opens go to crank out upgrade kit.


A better fix than replacing a spring?
 
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