Compatible with all Turbo 300 Tent three pole awnings, the Black Wolf Turbo 300 Extenda Awning extends the length of your existing awning, joins two Turbo tents of the same size together, or with the use of extra poles (not included), can be set up as a stand-alone shelter.
Made of heavy-duty ripstop poly/cotton, the Turbo 300 Extenda Awning is compatible with your existing front and side panels, creating another level of versatility to your Turbo 300 setup.
Heavy duty ripstop poly/cotton
Compatible with all Turbo and Turbo Lite 300 three pole awnings
Includes 3 awning poles, ridge pole, pegs and storage bag
What size groundsheet would you recommend? Would the turbo 300 plus groundsheet work when you only have the turbo 300?
Danika - Atherton(1 year ago)
Adding the Turbo 300 Extenda Awning will give you the same depth as the rear section of the Turbo 300 Plus tent, so yes that should work well to go for the plus model groundsheet.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Can I put my screen room under the extension away from the tent1 answer
I have a screen room and was wonder if it can be set up under the extended awning to create a storage space between the tent and screen room.
Paul - Coburg(6 years ago)
You can use the Turbo Screen room with the Extenda Awning, so using the Extenda Awning as a stand-alone shelter you could create your separate storage area wherever you like!Â
Lisa - Snowys(6 years ago)
Does the extenda awning come with the gutter1 answer
Diane - , 3030(6 years ago)
Sure does Diane, I just checked this for you and one gutter is included with each Extenda Awning, I've updated this information to our website.
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Hi. Can the front panel be left on the main tent awning with this?1 answer
If additional side panels and front panel have been added to the main awning, and then the extender awning is also added, can the extender part be left without any side or front panels on, just creating a shaded but not enclosed space, with access to the tent via the front panel on the main awning?
Ed - Brighton East(7 years ago)
You could do this Ed, the only limitation being that the velcro used to attach the front panel is also required to attach the gutter system. During a rain event you would have some water coming in between the extenda and the tent awnings. You won't have any problems however, if you are only using the extenda awning for shade.
Ben - Snowys(7 years ago)
Can I use my turbo side walls and front wall on this?1 answer
Do they connect like they would on a normal turbo awning
Susan - GRETA, NSW(7 years ago)
Hi Susan, Yes, your existing side and front panels are compatible with the Turbo Extenda Awning. Thanks for your query.