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Old 05-26-2008, 12:04 PM
carolddrm carolddrm is offline
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Wink add a room / awning enclosure

Does anyone know where I can get a add a room for my 3023 trailmanor fiamma awing
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Old 05-26-2008, 01:22 PM
agesilaus agesilaus is offline
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Location: North Florida
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I know nothing about this but 30 seconds with google found this:

Try googling:

awning screen room

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Old 05-26-2008, 05:37 PM
NYJeff NYJeff is offline
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Consider a stand-alone screen tent. Less expensive & easier to put up/take down. Good luck.
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Old 06-26-2008, 08:35 AM
GDORancher GDORancher is offline
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Location: Amarillo, Texas
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The spare screen room shown on PPL's site will not work. It uses the support arms that attach to the side of the camper or can go to the ground.
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Old 06-26-2008, 09:24 AM
Scott O Scott O is offline
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Don't the add-a-rooms attach somehow to the awning? If so, I don't think adding that any extra weight to the structure is a good idea. The thing is not that strong in the first place. NYJeff's suggestion of a free standing screen room makes much more sense to me. By the way, we had an add-a-room which attached to the awning of our Starcraft pop up trailer. It was such a massive pain the only time it was used was when the dealer set it up to show us how it worked...
Scott & Joyce O.
Orange County, CA
'05 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 w/Off-Road Package, P3 Brake Controller
'08 2720 SL, Factory Solar Panel, WDH, Swing Tongue, 15" Tire/Wheel Upgrade
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Old 10-13-2008, 07:08 PM
Duane C. Duane C. is offline
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Location: So Calif
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Default Fiamma screen room

Try this link. It looks great not sure if its available for the model you have. We have a 3124 KS, I'm not sure the awning model is the same for all TM's
Duane & Cyndee in CA
2001 3124 KS
2001 Nissan Pathfinder 3.5
Air Lift, Reese 1000# WDH
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Old 10-14-2008, 03:35 PM
Factor Factor is offline
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Location: Northwestern Ontario
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I purchased an add-a-room from for our 3023 TM. You can also get them at
Former 3023 Owner
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Old 10-14-2008, 06:21 PM
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We purchased a screen room from Fiamma in 2004 and use it for extended stays . . . of a week or more. The extra space is a nice addition/extension of our living area. It looks like Fiamma has changed the design of the screen room.

Dick & Jeri in Western MA
2003 2720 SL
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Old 11-18-2008, 09:08 PM
rhmiddl rhmiddl is offline
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Default Screen room/add a room or tent?

It may sound silly for me to say this, but a large tent with big windows is more practical than a screen room or add a room. I have a 10' x 14' tent 8' high. I go out the door of my 3326 and almost right into the tent. Increases living space two fold. It has large screen windows all around which are easily closed for privacy. Easier to set up, don't have to worry as much about wind or rain, is more livable and durable. Besides, the add a rooms or screen rooms are too expensive for what you get! This large tent was used and cost me $70. When I long term camp, I wouldn't leave without it!
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Old 11-18-2008, 09:17 PM
ThePair ThePair is offline
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What about something like or ?

Seems like one of these would be cheaper than the Fiamma room, serve the same purpose, and be less likely to damage the awning in wind or rain. I too, was looking at the Fiamma add-a-room, but many people cautioned against leaving the awning open if you are leaving for the day, in the event of winds or a lot of rain, which could damage the awning. Many recommended a standalone tent. But, these are angled just like the add-a-room and can be placed right against the TM, and even have an opening in the back for the doorway into the TM.

Any thoughts? I don't own one (I don't even own a TM...yet!) but they do look like they'd fit the bill with less cost and less risk?

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