Great service had it in time for the trip and it works a treat. Back soon for the fly thumbs up guys.
Great idea have only put it up in back yard but how good is the idea. Snowys is the best place to buy from....
If you are setting up two RV tents opposite each other, with the deluxe sides, AND the awning connector, what is the approximate setup time? Also, how do yo achieve the correct spacing between tents, assuming you are using floor savers, so that the awning connector ends up in the right spot? Do you lay the floor savers down, set both tents up and then the deluxe sides and awning connector - is that the right order - I hope this makes sense.
Good question Lee!
Set up time is always variable but given that you need to arrange the floor savers, put up each tent, connect the awning connector and add side panels, it might be roughly 20 minutes but would probably speed up with practice.
In relation to the order of setup, we've discussed it and think that perhaps a good approach would be to lay out your first floor saver, erect one tent on this and then connect the awning connector to one side of that. That will give you an idea of where to place your next floor saver which you can then erect the second tent on. Then the deluxe sides would be the last thing to setup but I'm sure you'll tailor this method to how it best suits you.
Thanks for sharing, Kiz!
We'd love to see a video.
Hi, I'd like to connect two RV5's with side panels on both front and back. Do I therefore need two awning connectors to seal the front panels? Can two work together?
You only need one RV Awning Connector to join two RV5’s together, and you can only use one at a time. You put the front edge of the awnings together, and then use the connector to join them up. You can then add the side panels on either side to create one large space.
I hope I’ve answered your question, if you’re still unsure feel free to let me know and I’ll give it another crack!
Looking at the photo it looks like the awning connector is used to join the side panels together, is that not correct?
I've just opened one up to confirm, and the Awning Connector also connects down the side so you can also join the side panels.
I'm sorry that I didn't answer part that in my first response, I must have got my wires crossed there.
Hi Emily thanks. So what happens on the other side? I want to have the side panels connected on both front and back.
The awning connector goes all the way around enclosing the area - so your side panels will be connected on the front and back. It's a little hard to see in the picture but I've confirmed this is the case.
Just wandering what floor saver would you use when joining two tents together? From the picture it looks like one unit rather than two separate floor savers.
To anyone wishing to Know: Yes It is relevant to purchase this item to join the oztent to the foxwing and ordering the size of tent you purchase Cheers C
Hi Ben just some info for you...decided to call oztent direct and the Rv5 awning extension does fit the fox wing to the rv5 tent and tagalong all rv5 products the same width measurements. But we found out that they both zip straight to the fox wing hence I decided to purchase the rv5 tent without the extension ,We already have a tagalong rv5 tent but its a little tight for our stretchers to fit hence why we decided to buy rv5 30 from u.Greatly thankyou for your help and advice Cheers Christine
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