Happy Hook Awning Tie Down

Catalog Item # 11171

Secure your RV awning and prevent annoying flap and costly rips and tears with the Happy Hook Awning Tie-Down System.

This System hooks onto the roller tube of your awning, fully rotating the tube to keep the fabric tight.

Simply screw the spiral stakes into the ground, attach the straps to your awning tube and tighten. Unhooks quick and easy for fast take-down. Eliminates separation of fabric from RV side wall by keeping tie down pressure on the main support, instead of on the awning fabric itself. Includes two Happy Hooks, cord and two spiral stakes.

Kit includes two steel Happy Hooks, two 10' L, 3/16" poly tie-down cords, steel cinching hardware and two steel screw stakes.

This does not work with Zip Dee awning.

Technical Specifications

2.05 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 7 reviews (4 Based on 7 Reviews)

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Great tie down system

by Laurie – September 12, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

I found this tie down system after I had returned another more expensive system that didn't work for my awning. The Happy Hook sy

happy hook awning tie down

by Anonymous – August 31, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

very easy to put in place and helps to keep the awning stable

They do work

by Vern Petersen – December 04, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

I like the way they fasten easily to the tube and help keep it tight. I don't like the bottom tie down. It is not adjustable wit

Bargain

by BP – May 08, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

This product is a good value for your money

Easy up Easy down

by Al P – February 28, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Of all the tie downs I have tried, this is the easiest to install and even easier to remove.Would recommend Al

by cotton – July 24, 2015
The two poly tie-down cords are 10" L, 3/16" diameter.
by Camping World – July 30, 2015
by wyndysweep – April 25, 2015
It can be used but you need to make sure and un-install it before closing the awning and would not be recommended for a weather pro that automatically closes based on weather.
by Camping World – May 05, 2015

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