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Old 02-03-2016, 12:33 PM   #11
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Great for clearing and preventing debree and helps add a barrier against heat... Horrible if you live in a high winds area like South Texas. They will stretch, flap, tear.
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A friend that full times in his SportsCoach had issues with one of his that would unroll on the highway. Not fun. I didn't know if it was from too much use or a general problem with them. I mostly camp in state parks or COE CGs that typically have lots of trees. Keeping the roof clean is a plus. If they provide enough shade to help the A/C, it's even better.

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