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mattkurvink
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 3:18 pm    Post subject: New Bushtracker annexe to suit A & E electric awning Reply with quote

New Bushtracker style annexe to suit A & E electric roll out awning

Introducing a new annexe, designed to fit the A & E electric roll out awning. Made exclusively for Bushtracker to our requirements with a new, special lightweight material (lighter than canvas, more compact in storage, mould resistant, lets more light through).

Every window has a charcoal flap cover, flyscreen and window clears (so windows can be seen out of even when raining).

Costs are as follows (fully installed with anti-flap kit):

Vans up to 18 foot - $ 2,050.00
Vans 19 to 21 foot - $ 2,250.00
Vans 22 foot and over - $ 2,550.00

These will be available in stock at Bushtracker within the next month in the most common sizes.

For further details, please contact Bushtracker.

Photos below:
(please excuse the location, but this is hot off the press!)















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mattandlana



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steve this looks great. At the moment we're torn between the ease of setup of the awning itself for the A&E, and the ease of setting up the annex for the Aussie Traveller.

How does this annex attach to the awning? How would you rate it for ease, compared with the AT?

Cheers and thanks for the ongoing development.

Matt
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aubs



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 5:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We have the electric awning and the displayed annex, very quick and easy to install and connect at the corners (zippers)and onto the van(velcro). I can do it on my own but save 5 mins with Sharon helping.

We have put ours up about 4 times now and it probably takes 15 mins maybe 20 max if a little windy.

What is a bonus is the track in the awning drum for the wall, Sharon took the length into town to an upholsterer and had a 4m wide shade sail made to extend out from the awning 2m and falls to the ground 2m roughly, it makes a nice extension

BT suggested a sail track on the drivers side of the van, the shade sail fits on there brilliantly and is great for parking the tug and added shade.
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kevinh



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A&E Electric Awning Annexe for 24'

Does BT do a floor for the annexe and can it be made snake / mouse, etc proof?

Also I saw the comment:

"BT suggested a sail track on the drivers side of the van, the shade sail fits on there brilliantly and is great for parking the tug and added shade."

Do you have any more info on this?
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The Hob



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We have a sail track on the righthand side and a shade to go with it. This makes the whole set up very adaptable and shading the wall in hot weather helps as well. With the shade in place we leave the windows open in light rain.
We only use it for extended stays.

NOTE IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE - ENSURE YOU DO NOT COVER THE HOT WATER SYSTEM. WE ALL MOST SET FIRE TO OUR VAN ONE DAY WHEN I HAD THE SHADE SLID TOO FAR TO THE END AND COVERED OVER THE HW SYSTEM

Alan
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Alan

Thanks for that.
Where did you purchase the RH Side sail set-up from.
BT or do we get from some other supplier.

Cheers
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