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Old 10-14-2020, 06:19 PM   #21
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We have the FabHabitat 5x8. Also a 6x15 Prest O Fit. Both are from Amazon and are similar. The 5x8 is much easier to handle and carry. It is also a lighter weight material but seems just as durable. I prefer the 5x8, still enough room under the awning for two chairs and a table.
You know you can put the table and chairs on top of the rug. I'd want at least an 8x10.
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Old 10-15-2020, 07:46 AM   #22
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A rolled 5x8 rug will fit through the outside hatch of the Escape and store under the bed. The FabHabitat comes rolled in its own burlap bag. It is a tight fit so I doubt any larger size will work in a rolled format.
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I have been looking at mats for our soon to be delivered 17B. I cannot seem to find the dimensions of the awning. Could someone with a 17' Escape post the awning dimensions for me?
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I have been looking at mats for our soon to be delivered 17B. I cannot seem to find the dimensions of the awning. Could someone with a 17' Escape post the awning dimensions for me?
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The Escape website lists a 10' awning option........
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Old 10-15-2020, 03:35 PM   #25
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Thanks Jim. I am assuming that Escape is referring to the dimension mounted to the trailer as being 10'. I would like to know what the extended length is as well. My goal is to find a mat that is close to the size of the fully extended manual awning.
I'm guessing that an 8'x10' would be a good choice.
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They all extend 8-10 feet, 8' mat should be fine.....
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Old 10-15-2020, 06:19 PM   #27
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My 14 year old mat has fallen apart, need a new one. Had a 6x9 but I'm wondering if anyone found an awning mat that fits the 5.0TA awning size? My 2014 awning is 6'6" x 11', unknown what size the new ones are.

Best I can find is an 8x11 https://www.amazon.com/Mings-Mark-GA...001AWVP74?th=1 but can't say I'm crazy about the look of it.

I've never had one bigger then the awning.

What do you use and are you happy with it?
We use this one (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and have been happy with it. Reasonably durable and easy to clean.
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We like these better than the poly mats. they take up less space, and hold less dirt.
https://www.prestofit.com/PatioRugsM...AeroWeave.html

Problem is the 7 1/2 x 20 id the right width but twice a long as necessary, cut and hem, add grommets, and have a lifetime supply
The mat you showed is the one we bought. It was of course too long . Rita cut it to her preferred length (the inside length of our screen room) and rehemmed it. Then we gave the remainder of it to our daughter for her boler. This mat works well on grass and will not kill the grass out over a short period of time. However on dirt it will let dirt through. It does clean up nice though. We’ve had ours several years and it folds flat enough to put in a bag and store in our front storage access under the bed on the 21. We also have a couple woven mats that are smaller and depending on site logistics sometimes use one or both of them. Plus we won one at the rally which we gave away.
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