Fiamma Awnings

ERNURTRNS

Member
Can anyone offer any insight as to dealers that stock fiamma awnings? I can find Thule but nothing for fiamma. I could also be swayed to other brands if anyone has any reviews.
 

Rocksnsalt

There Can Be Only ONE
Can anyone offer any insight as to dealers that stock fiamma awnings? I can find Thule but nothing for fiamma. I could also be swayed to other brands if anyone has any reviews.
I suggest DON’T BUY A FIAMMA. I just installed a new Fiamma F80S this week. Instructions are terrible, and minimal. You basically have to figure out about half the install yourself, the most important parts. And the hardware is not top quality. inwould expect top quality for something hanging on a roof by several bolts and screws and taking road vibration and shock through the body. Just had a chance to try deploying it today, it rolled out and set up fine. Now trying to roll it up and guess what? Just a cluck click click from the mechanism. Which to me sounds as if the (likely plastic) gear is stripped. NOT EVEN ONE USE. So now I’m stuck with awning deployed and going to have to figure out how to get this thing rolled up and put away before I can go anywhere. And the wind is coming up.
Tried calling Fiamma, of course they’re closed on saturday. And when I called them last week during install the tech guy told me he’d never actually installed an awning. Nice guy, tried to be helpful, but really Fiamma no install experience for the technical assistance guy?
 

VanDerBlasts

New member
Has anyone else been waiting on an ordered awning since April? I purchased one as a drop-ship from the manufacturer through a reputable dealer mentioned here on the forums quite frequently. Every month I check in and its still "another month away" for F80s awnings delayed coming from the factory in Italy.
 

aksotar

2017 4x4 144 Cargo
Close isn't the issue. It's the conversion rate and import taxes I want to avoid. We get nailed quite hard when it applies.
find a Dealer just across the border and when the border opens take a little road trip... easy install (if you have the factory rails). You'd pay in USD (which might be cheaper in reality) but no import taxes..
I have a 65s, it's one of my most used add on pieces of equipment.. a Friend and Me, 2 ladders and within minutes it was installed, takes like 12 bolts... easy peasy... 3 yrs use and not a single problem....
 

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