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Old 09-09-2015, 07:25 AM   #51
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After raising our children in the snow belts of Chicago and Syracuse, NY, I would cover it if it were mine. Breaks in the spring thaws and more snow and on and on, present the opportunity for potential leaks. The BEST REASON is the ability to run a snow brush across the piled snow for removal without knocking something loose and creating a problem. The newer covers seem to be well made.
Alternative is to pay for a covered storage facility or hook that thing up and drag it below the frost belt and stow it there. Plenty of storage in Florida as retirees use their rigs all winter. Orlando provides the opportunity for winter storage and a Spring trip to Disney!!
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Old 09-09-2015, 07:53 AM   #52
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Got the Pro Series Q-Slot platform-style 2 bike carrier.(approved for hitch equipped 5th wheels). Haven't travelled with it yet....waiting for the rear camera to get here so I can keep an "eye" on the bikes. The hitch on our 2016 29RE is rated for 150 lbs. The next accessory to consider is to Cover or Not Cover? We live in Michigan. I am wondering what the Forum Members think about this. The Silverback will be stored out in the open. We can have over 30+ inches of snow in a season.
Already a thread on to cover or not to. Later RJD
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