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Old 05-05-2020, 11:27 PM   #21
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Omnistor, at least in the earlier years they used them here, apparently were European models, as when I was doing the original search for what awning it could be on the OP's van, I ran into several owners of them that had to get parts from Belgium.
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Old 05-06-2020, 04:08 PM   #22
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This is the awning support arm. It clips into the header at the center.
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Old 05-06-2020, 05:10 PM   #23
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I don't thiink mine has anything like that in the center of the outer housing. Will take another look in case I missed something.
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I rechecked everytjing, and my unit has no legs that fold out of the header. Just the two scisssors arms that support the awning as it extends, but there are no vertical supports of any kind. Because the coach has brackets at the front and back of that side, I assume there had been some sort of legs at one time. Also, there are round caps inside the header at either end that could be a place to fit legs. I'll probably have to get some telescoping poles and improvise. Can anyone send a picture of what the ends of the legs that fit into brackets on the side of their coach look like?
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Old 05-08-2020, 04:21 PM   #25
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Would part #27 fit your need? Ordering from UK is not too expensive these days with pound being pounded. https://www.roseawnings.co.uk/shop/s...2-spare-parts/
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I'll see if that would work. Looks like it is the kind that mounts inside the outer housing. Maybe mine was removed by the previoius owner. I'll see if there is a way to mount inside the housing. Otherwise, the top ends wouldn'd fir. At least this is the correct parts diagram and model.
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If these legs are not available in US purchase in UK is easy these days usually at lower prices than US. I purchase a few items there. Some were delivered next day.
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Hi, I tried and I tried but couldnít find the right part. If the same as mine, 2010 Roadtrek Ideal, similar to the Agile, itís European and unavailable. I ordered a new one from Thule, who took over Omnistor, and just this morning took the old one off expecting delivery soon of model 620001. Comes in black only but that doesnít bother me.
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Did you get just legs or an awning?
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Complete awning. I had legs delivered but they were not compatible and returned.
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I have a original awning from a 2004 190 . It has a slightly damaged front cap. For the rest it is intact.
If you are interested you can reach me at 5194660500. Camlachie, ontario, Canada.
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Thanks. Mine is now working fine, as I located the supports. Maybe someone else can use the parts you have
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Thanks. Mine is now working fine, as I located the supports. Maybe someone else can use the parts you have

Where were you able to locate the supports?
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its most likely a Fiamma awning. i ordered parts from them easily, and they were very helpful on the phone.bFiamma USA is in Orlando. https://www.fiammausa.com/
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Old 05-11-2020, 04:02 PM   #35
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I have my Roadtrek awning for sale.
Fiamma awning off Chevy Roadtrek 190
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Mike, I have a similar problem: missing inner tension rafter for fiamma. You are right--gowesty has best pricing--but still outrageous! $65 for rafter + $35 shipping. Other vendors are even worse. Do you think a Thule rafter might be compatible? "Only" $50 on Amazon with free shipping.
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Old 05-11-2020, 05:59 PM   #37
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They were under the very outside cover, which I hadn't lifted up when I opened the awning earlier. Mine is a Thule (actually was Omnistor)
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https://www.fiammausa.com/

Road trek awning parts used on my 2007 210V
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