You can attach the Dubpod awning using several methods.

 

If you have a gutter rail on the van you can use option 1

 


Option One

 

You can use a universal pole and clamp set which can be bought from most retailers of campervan accessories.  

Just Kampers have this product -

  

Awning Pole and Clamp Set

https://www.justkampers.com/catalog/product/view/id/24971/s/awning-pole-and-clamp-set/


 

This fits by simply sliding the pole through the canvas pocket on the underside of the Dubpod connector next to the awning bead. The pole is then simply clamped to the vehicle using the clamps in the kit.

We find this is the most secure fitting when the weather is windy.

 

https://www.justkampers.com/gripper-clamps-for-awning-rail-to-vehicle-gutter.html 

 

Option 2


You can permanently fit a multi rail to the side of the van

 

https://www.jacksonsleisure.com/campervan/caravan/motorhome/awnings/reimo/multirail/vw/t4/t5/t6/canopy/


or


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Awning-Rail-Kit-VW-T4-1990-2003/273607465214?epid=2035306063&hash=item3fb44698fe:g:kYoAAOSwPLJc2aBW


You slide  the Dubpods 6mm beading that is along the edge of connecting canopy into one side of the rail. We recommend using a 6mm to 6mm drive away kit as it helps you to easily detach when you want to leave the dubpod standing.

Drive Away and Leaving Up

You can detach the connector part and leave the Dubpod in position when you go out in your camper for the day. Simply add the two awning poles into the front eyelets on the connector and guy them down at the front.

You can also use Dubpod as a Stand alone tent by unzipping the awning conector sections and pitching as a Touareg tent.