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Old 11-21-2020, 09:43 PM   #14
Bill in Redlands
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Axis 24.2
State: California
Posts: 57
THOR #18202
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Originally Posted by Popfla View Post
Could you possibly loosen the arms enough to pass the Velcro behind, then tighten it back down?
I think you could but there may be a better solution. Sometimes, I just have to think on it until a light bulb comes on. I don't expect the new awning material for at least a couple of more weeks, so no hurry.

BTW, I had to remove the rear arm to make a minor repair and was disappointed to find that, of the five screws holding it on, only two went into solid wood. The other three were inserted into the facia - outer skin of the rig. It is probably adequate when you consider that the two in solid wood are at the top and the load on the bottom is in compression against the rig, but still a disappointment.

This may be different on other models of the Axis.
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