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Vango
Wheel Arch Covers
Wheel Arch Covers Suckers

Vango Wheel Arch Kit & Suckers

Quick Overview

The Wheel Arch cover kit for the Attar, Sapera and Kela awnings, to cover the arches of the wheels, to make the interior a bit cleaner.

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Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £15.00

Special Price £14.50

Details

The Vango Arch Wheel Kit and Suckers are ideal for those wanting to hide their motorhome / van wheel arches, and tidy up the interior of their awning.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Vango
Tent Collection Vango Airbeam Collection
Year of Manufacture 2015
Colour No
Specifications No
Flysheet Fabric No
Details

Polyester – a synthetic fibre, made from polymer units to create a textile fabric. Polyester is the most popular fabric for tent manufacturing, as it is durable, reliable and lighter in weight. Polyester does not breathe though, which creates more condensation.

Polycotton - a blend of polyester and cotton, primarily cotton (usually around 65% cotton / 35% polyester split). Polycotton is a more natural fabric for camping, as it is breathable, far more durable material, reducing the effects of condensation. Offers greater versatility in hot and cold climates.

Ripstop Nylon – a durable material used in tents which is strong and repairable due to its Ripstop properties.

Groundsheet Fabric No
Inner Fabric No
Window Fabric No
Height (cm) No
Length (cm) No
Width (cm) No
Weight (kg) No
Pack Size (cm) L73.0 x H1.5 x W20.0cm
Poles No
Poles or Air No
Details

Most tent structure are either Airbeam or Poled in design, both have advantages and disadvantages. Air tents are quicker to pitch, but more expensive when compated to traditional pole style tents. Some tents are hybrids, and combine poles and air technologies.

Fire Retardant Yes
Details

Fire Retardant – all modern tent fabrics are fire-retardant under EN5912 European Safety Laws. Caution with fire must always be used, as flame retardant fabrics, will still catch fire given the right circumstances.