Dometic™ A&E 3312487.006U RV Power Awning Right Arm Hardware - Standard

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MSRP: $342.45
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Dometic™ A&E 3312487.006U RV Power Awning Right Arm Hardware - Standard
This is a replacement right awning arm hardware for the use with Dometic 9100 and 9200 Power Awnings. Dometic's awning arms attach to the awning tube and provide support for the awning while it is extending and retracting.
During manufacturing hardware frame may have a minor bow. This is not a defect. Hardware will sit flat to RV upon installation. Hardware is manufactured to be light and is designed to use the surface of the RV for strength.
Additional Info
Back Channel Length
Front Channel Length
Lower Pivot Height
Compatible with
8952002.400 and 8962002.400 Awning Hardware Systems
What's Included
1x Awning Arm (RH)
1x Wire Harness (in RH Arm)
4x Lag Screws
What's Not Included
Awning Tube & Fabric
Awning Motor
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    dometic power awning

    Posted by Wayne Zeigler on Sep 21st 2022

    Fit like a glove

  • 3
    Dometic Power Arm Replacement

    Posted by Patrick Merkel on Aug 23rd 2021

    Product solid. No instructions. No rivets provided.

  • 5
    Replacement Dometic awning arm

    Posted by Oli Thordarson on Jul 19th 2021

    Panther was fantastic. They were patient in helping me decipher which part I required. They had the product in stock and the product shipped a day earlier than planned and arrived quickly. This afforded me to fix the awning with a comfortable lead time before my next road trip.
    Bravo Panther RV Products.

  • 5
    Awning arm

    Posted by Mitchell Beasley on Jul 16th 2021

    This product was a great fit

  • 5
    fit well

    Posted by Tiffany Pickett on Jul 29th 2020

    Shipped fast, worked great! pretty easy to replace just the one arm, the dealership wanted to charge me for two. There was one hole drilled in a different place than on my trailer, but we were able to just drill a new hole in the arm and it was totally fine

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