Duo-tone fabric is fire retardant and UV protected. Black on one side and white on the other side.
The distance (horizontally) that the canopy projects out from the trailer.
The official name is "bolt-rope" and some refer to it as the "bead". It is located along the top edge of the canopy roof
Also called a "Pop-Out". Part of the trailer that slides out to extend to interior. These are often covered with a "Slide-Out cover" similar to a small canopy.
A second layer of fabric around the outer perimeter of a canopy roof. This additional layer reinforces the roof at critical stress areas which extends the life of the canopy. The canopy underlay is a standard feature on all Larsens, Inc. canopies.
The backdrop of an extension that reaches from the roof to the valance. On a tapered extension, it is shaped like a triangle.
An extension adds to the length of the canopy by extending past the trailer end(s).
A typical "back drop to trailer" is a fabric panel used on "rise above" canopies. This vertical panel closes off the gap between the elevated top of the canopy frame and the trailer roof. A zippered connector for the back drop is standard on a Larsen "rise above" style canopy. Another method of filling this gap is...