My guess is that you and your quick reflexes are fine with that kind of
awning ... IF ... you roll it up when you leave your it for any length of
time. I've noticed Tom Bryant always rolls his cover up and ties it against
one of the rails when he leaves his pit to run. Wise guy!
on 3/3/03 7:07 PM, DahMurf at email@example.com wrote:
>> Over the years many types of trap/tents have been
>> tried. We have setteled on
>> the flat, mesh type because they do not fly. It
>> takes a very, very strong wind
>> to make one of these leave.
> Next question - How about the permanent mount pull out
> awnings attached to the side of the trailer? Like the
> ones used on travel trailers/RV's? We're considering
> getting one or two. How well do they hold up out
> there? Any known issues?
> #1301 M/PG-250
> Twin Jugs Racing
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