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Awnbrella Awning Supports, set of 2

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Description


Give your patio awning extra support to help rain run off fast.
Anodized extruded aluminum bows hold canvas up so water can't accumulate and prevents rips from your RV entry door.

Easy to use!
  • Just drill a 3/8" hole in the awning roller tube for each bow
  • Place one end of the bow against the coach
  • Insert the other end into the hole in the roller tube and extend from 5' to 9'

    Works best when placed about 4' apart and 4' from edge of fabric. For use with awnings with roller tube and that extend up to 9'. Awnbrella Supports will never rust and resist corrosion. USA.

    NOTE: Awnbrella action may leave minor stretch marks on awning fabric, depending on use. Canvas in bad condition should be replaced before using Awnbrella. Not for use with awnings extending more than 9' or those having no roller tube.



  • Technical Specs


    Tech Specs

    Weight: 8.75 lbs.

    Warranty: Mfr. one year warranty.

    Manufacturer: American Made

    Mfg Part #: CW2843

    Tech Notes:

  • May leave minor stretch marks on awning fabric, depending on use.
  • Fabric in poor condition should be replaced before using Awnbrella Supports.



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    Awnbrella Awning Supports, set of 2: Customer Reviews

    Camper's Choice Rating

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    Reviewed by 30 customers

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    Awning Supports


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    March 30, 2014
    We couldn't be happier with our recent purchase of 2 sets of Awnbrella Awning Supports. We are new to the Oregon Coast and not accustom to the heavy rain and extreme winds. Since we have decided to stay here for a few months, we wanted to leave our awning up all the time. We bought tie-downs and big long stakes and had it secured from blowing away, but the rain would puddle on the top and the wind would blow the awning material up like a balloon and let it crash back down......it was a hideous event to listen to and watch from inside. We purchased 2 sets of the supports and installed them ourselves (pretty simple because we are not mechanical at all). Just had our first major storm come ripping through since installation.......absolutely NO puddling water and NO popping of the material. Almost enjoyed the storm for a change! The supports made a world of difference and we would advise them for anyone wanting to leave their awning out on a full-time basis. There is one suggestion, as you adjust the supports into the brachets, give the support a push up to allow for tighter placement, that way they won't pop out of the brackets with the winds! 5 STARS!
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    Awning supports really work


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    February 12, 2014
    Just purchased two sets of these and they really work. They keep the rain off and help the deflappers keep the awning in place during strong Florida winds. A good purchase overall.
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    Awnbrella supports


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    December 03, 2012
    Very easy to install. Required very little time. We live in a very windy area. Our deflappers have not come off the awning since the Awnbrella supports wereinstalled over a month ago. We frequently had to reattach up to once a day before. Worth the money. Looks attractive. Our awning will last much longer now.
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    Perfect Solution


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    September 21, 2012
    I almost lost my awning twice to sudden rain storms before this product. Best purchase I made all summer. Easy to install. I put 2 sets on a 16' awning and have gone through some heavy rain storms and did not have any problems.
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    awmbrella awning supports


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 29, 2012
    I like them alot....I also think that in conjuntion w/tie downs they provide a little more awning stability
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    Awnbrella Awning support


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 19, 2012
    I Too am one of many looking to keep the rain from sagging my awning. I found this kit to work wonders. It installs in seconds and works really great. I recommed to everyone that has a awning. The kit is a little over priced, but well worth the money spent
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    Awnbrella Awning Supports


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 29, 2012
    These supports work great. Easy to install. Don't have to worry about rain pooling on awning.
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    best thing since the invention of the toothpick


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 02, 2011
    The supports are great, easy to install and they work great no need to lower awning on one side the rain just cant stay on it. I have a 21 ft. awning and used 2 sets a total of 4 supports. I will recommend these supports to anyone, I am very satisfied.
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    Better Support


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 26, 2011
    I found these Awnbrella Awning Supports to be an outstanding support system. I was having issues with rain water collecting in the center of our awning. The awning could not take the extra weight, because of the water collecting on top of the awning, I looked at several different systems & then seen this. I purchased two systems for my 21 foot awning. I installed the system in less then an hour. Easy to place the four Awnbrella Supports under the awning. First measure the placement from the center & mark the placement, best fit every four feet. Drilled four 3/8 holes in the barrel & mounted the four wall supports with caulk & screws. Installing the supports is very simple. Place the end along the wall & then insert the support into the 3/8 hole. Tighten the thumb screws & it's done. Works perfectly.
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    Lovin em


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    June 05, 2011
    My awning is 20 ft long. I only required 4 spaced at 4 ft apart. A hole is drilled into the tube and the bracket is mounted on the trailer. Then you just put the brace up. Easy to install. One of the best things is i dont have to offset my awning and i can have it a little lower then normal and my door doesnt drag. Im lovin em.
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    Easy install


    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
    October 07, 2010
    I just recieved the supports and was able to install them in about 1 hour. No need to have help since they are so easy to use.
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    Don't Leave Home Without Them


    9 out of 18 people found this review helpful.
    October 09, 2009
    I installed four Awnbrella Awning Supports on my 21-foot awning in about two hours in the first week of June, 2009. Installation instructions and operation could not be easier. I have not had to take down my awning since then, despite rain, hail, snow, and 60 mph winds at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Without a doubt, Awnbrella Awning Supports are the best accessories I have ever bought for an RV. I was skeptical when I made the purchase, but the peace of mind that they provide makes them a real bargain for the price.
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    Great Purchase


    14 out of 25 people found this review helpful.
    September 14, 2009
    We have a 2009 camper with the electric awning. We had been afraid to leave our awning up because of storms. We have a 16 ft awning and purchased 2 of them. We love them. Now we can enjoy our awning again. I am not sure how they would hold up in a real down pour but it did great in just an average rain. We never go camping without them.
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    These are the GREATEST


    15 out of 27 people found this review helpful.
    July 22, 2009
    We purchased these in the store, we have a 21' awning and we just were not comfortable with the fact there was no middle support. We have had them on for about 6 weeks. I myself can't take the awning on this camper up and down by myself, so low and behold we have a heck of a thunderstorm come along, I just brought the awning down as low as I could get it and used tie straps that are hooked into the ground our awning came through great, our poor neighbor lost his, the winds were about 55-60 mph. To say the least I am greatly impressed with this product.
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    Awnbrella


    10 out of 53 people found this review helpful.
    July 13, 2009
    We have a Trim Line Awning on our trailer. Twice, the awning roll up bar have broken from water pocketing. This time we bought the awnbrella with a new trimline awning. We bought 4 bars, a little overkill, but the awnbrella works great. We have endured torrential downpours. No pocketing what so ever. Well worth the cost.
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    Great for rain


    29 out of 48 people found this review helpful.
    June 06, 2009
    I always had a problem with my electric awning, holding water even in lite rain. We had a down pour in Georgia on June 4, 2009. No water was held on the awning, and works as advertised. I haven't tried it with much wind, but it seems fairly strudy. I'm waiting for alittle wind to see how it does. I installed myself easy to follow instructions, I had it done in one evening.
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    Awnbrella awning supports


    17 out of 59 people found this review helpful.
    January 12, 2009
    A must for electric awnings, easy to install, MADE IN THE USA. They also look nice.
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    This product saved us $$$


    12 out of 24 people found this review helpful.
    August 22, 2008
    When we purchased our new 5th wheel from the dealer, we assumed that its electric awning was a state of the art device. It didn't take long to realize that it was only a rain collector which had to be retracted every time the wind started gusting. We live in coastal Florida where strong winds are nearly always present. The warranty on the awing does not cover rain or wind damage. The only recommendation our RV dealer could offer was for us to replace the entire awing at a HUGE cost. I discovered the Awnbrella in an advertisement that arrived in a Camping World e-mail. It sounded like a perfect solution to our problem. I installed it a couple of days after tropical storm Fay hit the state. The directions were accurate and easy to follow. The wind blew and the rain continued to come down with no effect whatsoever on our awning. Problem solved! This is a wonderful device. It totally surpassed my expectations. I recommend it to anyone who has problems with rain or wind problems with their awning.
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    Awnbrella awning supports


    14 out of 28 people found this review helpful.
    July 18, 2008
    I have been looking for these for some time. I ordered them on Tuesday and had them in my hands on Friday. It only took about an hour to install all four. The directions are simple and I did it myself. I set the end that goes against the camper to the same distance on all of them and marked them. I also numbered them 1 2 3 4 to make sure, in case the marks are different because there is a adhesive back piece of velcro that you have to put on the underside of the awning to match up with the mating piece of velcro on each rib, to make sure the rib doesn't slip sideways and fall out. We loaded up and spent four days camping and I left them up all the time. It only takes an extra ten to fifteen minutes to install them when setting up the awning. You can install them when the awning is down and then raise the awning,they seem to stay in place just fine. My only wish is that Camping World would put the guide from the instructions on their website, showing how many ribs are recommended for different size awnings. I took a guess and ordered 4 for my 21 footer. Placed 42-54-54-54-42in. and it worked out perfect. 54inches is the max distance they recommend and they don't recommend any closer than 42 outside of the awning. Buy them and you won't ever want to be without them. No more sag, door scraping or water build up from rain. And your awning looks really cool when they're installed. Happy camping.......
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    Awnbrella Supports


    54 out of 80 people found this review helpful.
    May 14, 2008
    The supports work great and give a great look but if your not totally sure you can install these get help or let CW do it. I had no trouble installing per instructions but you drill (in the awning) very close to your awnings fabric and could put a hole in it very easy. You could also damage the internal workings of your awning. You also must drill into the side of the camper. Use a good type of sealant over holes (camper side) and as a padding before tightening all the way to the camper. Make sure you file down the holes from the drilling done on the awning side or you could cause wear from that. They work well adding support and I have used in the rain and wind and they are a welcome addition for support. They do leave marks where you place them but I have not seen any damage caused by them. I used a clear sealant on the rubber stops to hold them in place as well. If you leave your awning out all the time these are for you.
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    Question about the support bars


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 05, 2008
    i have four bows that i want to install but i am not sure if i need some kind of a bracket that attaches to camper so the one end doest fall. Thank You
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    Wonderful


    364 out of 653 people found this review helpful.
    September 02, 2007
    We are fultimers living in S.W. Arizona where monsoon winds can be strong and irratic [50 to 60 mph]. Before installing the Awnbrella bars we dreaded winds, fearing damage to the awning. Plus the flapping noise was un-nerving ! Since our purchase of 2 sets for our 18' awning we have no more fear. We have to look to see if the wind is blowing ! Plus we could raise the awning because the bars bow it up so, no water can puddle on it . Great product !
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    Awnbrella works great!


    416 out of 788 people found this review helpful.
    July 31, 2007
    It took me about one hour to install 2 on a 20 foot awning. That includes time to get out the tools and put everything up afterwards. I will be adding two more later because a 20 foot awning needs 4 of these. Right now I just have the two in the middle. They really help shed water and now my door no longer scrapes the awning. These should be standard equipment along with a set of de-flappers. They are very functional and give the awning an appealing accent....no more droopy awnings for me!
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    Awnbrella


    482 out of 873 people found this review helpful.
    June 07, 2007
    I installed a pair on a 16ft awning. Installation can be done by one person with a short ladder, a drill, two drill bits, and a phillips screwdriver. Installation was relatively easy, with four small holes drilled to hold two brackets on the side of the trailer, and two holes in the roller tube. There are two large sticky velcro strips that need to be placed on the underside of the awning that prevent the supports from falling down while adjusting the tension. The hardest part of the installation was drilling through the aluminum roller tube. The entire job took about 30min. The supports do the job if properly adjusted. They give the roof extra support, make it stronger in the wind, and help rain water drain off. I can't imagine them falling and bending unless the owner fails to install the two large heavy duty velcro strips that need to be placed between the support and the underside of the awning. There is a warning in the instructions stating that fact. I am very satisfied with these supports, and am confident and happy with them. They can be set up and taken down quickly if you need to roll up the awning in a hurry. If used with deflappers, you will find that your awning will withstand a larger amount of rain and wind, the difference is amazing. I highly recommend them!
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    Awning Support?


    486 out of 897 people found this review helpful.
    June 03, 2007
    I should have read the description more carefully. I missed the part where I would need three supports for an 18 foot awning. Since they are sold in sets of two I should have invested $268. One support bent the second day and I had to ship it back to the manufacturer to be fixed. At one point the awning lifted with a wind gust and one of the bows landed on my head. Ouch! It looks like the better choice would be the center support shown on the same page in the catalog. Just lowering one corner of the awning helps to keep rain water from collecting.
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    Yes they do work.


    425 out of 687 people found this review helpful.
    May 20, 2006
    Have had these installed on my 20 foot awning for 5 years now and they work perfectly. I have a screen room attached to my awning and never have to "drop" a corner for water run off. Great product.
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    Awnbrella Awning Supports


    326 out of 520 people found this review helpful.
    November 24, 2005
    I park my camper on a Chesapeake Bay beach bor 6 month's at a time. When used with multiple awning deflappers, this product does work. Be prepared for a shortened awning life, though. The awning is fully exposed to the elements the whole time it is open. The supports also do cause the awning to stretch. I do recommend these supports, although they are way overpriced. I needed two sets to handle a 24' awning.
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    Awning Bows


    116 out of 148 people found this review helpful.
    March 07, 2005
    I installed 4 awning bows (Awnbrella Support Bows) 2 kits on my 20 foot Sun Chaser awning. My problem was storm damage had stretched and bent the spring roller, and now the awning would sag and catch water. The Bows fixed the problem, and if I would have had them before the storm, I would not have the stretch problem. I love them, they make the awning arch upward, so doors clear with easy. Rain rolls off, leaf and twigs roll off and I have no wind flap noise. I am set up year round, and leave my awning out most every day, only pull when super big storm is rolling in, and the bows only add a few minutes to pull back time. The cost seemed high, but after using them for a few months now, I would never be without them. Good investment if you do long term camping, and do not want to worry about your awning until hurricane season.
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    Great Product


    72 out of 77 people found this review helpful.
    July 30, 2004
    We have use these bows for the pass 3 years. We were going to have to replace our awning due to a storm. We saw this product and purchased the three package. Our trailer is set up all summer and the awning has gone through tornados. It has never had to be taken down. We do have it staked to the ground. But the awning never moves. We would tell anybody that you could not go wrong with this product. It has been the best money we have ever spent on our trailer.
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    Awnbrella


    94 out of 112 people found this review helpful.
    June 06, 2003
    It's just what I've been looking for, but I think it' a little pricey for only two poles, The awning only cost a $100 more than the two poles.
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    WILL THE AWNBRELLA WORK ON ELECTRIC ROLL UP AWNING'S?
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    I need to replace the brackets that mount on the outside wall of the RV. Where can I purchase them?
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    How many bows in one set? How many are in the package?
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