GypsyMike wrote:Whoahoho Mr. Snarky. I can appreciate the sentiment, but just a tad overstated. I'm just wondering if 1 1/4" or even 1 1/2" pvc will bend as needed and ultimately be better or worse in any way.
unjonharley wrote:Having a monkey hut set up in the yard.. I have to cut my foot print.. Sadie has suggested an off the car topper rack hut.. I am putting a topper on the van this year.. Figure on placing the receiver tubes in the topper.. Then measure out six foot for the rebar stakes.. This will allow a passage on the slider door side with storage along the lower part..Then add a pvc on each side of the front of the van. Or continue all the way around the van to make a complete shade.. Am planing a cabana for he rear hatch.. The van top will be insulated..
GypsyMike wrote:Whoahoho Mr. Snarky. I can appreciate the sentiment, but just a tad overstated. I've been getting some good and useful input from my questions. To me, still, after re reading your reply, I feel my last question is valid. I've never made a monkey hut, nor I have I worked with pvc in any way. I'm just wondering if 1 1/4" or even 1 1/2" pvc will bend as needed and ultimately be better or worse in any way.
FIGJAM wrote:Scroll down this page to see how Kowtow did it!!!
FIGJAM wrote: I would park the trailer north/south cause your panels will still get sun from 6AM till 3 or 4PM.
FIGJAM wrote:If the drivers side of the trailer is to the east, the suns arc will be going over the shade instead of sneaking under the ends.
Same reason I park facing the sunrise.
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