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Old 08-04-2016, 07:47 PM   #1
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Cover for Rockwood mini lite 2306

Hello I am looking to buy a cover to store my camper for the winter anyone reccomends good place to buy and what cover has worked? Rockwood mini lite 2306


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Old 08-04-2016, 09:56 PM   #2
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I would like to know of one that fits them as well. I would like to still use the door if possible
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Old 08-05-2016, 12:20 PM   #3
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Honestly, IMO, covers are not good. Condensation collects under covers if there is not an air gap. I would try to get a shelterlogic shelter of an appropriate size.
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So what are these covers and where do I get them?


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Old 08-05-2016, 12:59 PM   #5
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No this shelter won't work for what I need why would covers be bad why would people use them if that was a concern?


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Old 08-05-2016, 01:05 PM   #6
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I asked the same question a month or so ago about getting a cover for my ML23fb.
Didn't get many positive comments towards using a cover.
It pretty much came down to if you store it under a tree it might be worth getting a cover, but make sure it fits tightly or it could do more damage then it's worth.
I decided not to get one as our trailer is not stored under any trees, pretty much wide open space. And considering I don't ever see any covers on any of the trailers at the local RV dealer it pretty much answered my question if I should spend the money and get one.
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Old 08-05-2016, 01:28 PM   #7
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No this shelter won't work for what I need why would covers be bad why would people use them if that was a concern?
Why would people build polebarns if covers were just as good?
To each their own, of course.
I won't use one (even on my grill) because in my climate it causes condensation (moisture) that will certainly mold/mildew. Other people think/choose differently, of course. Just offering an alternative viewpoint.

Good luck in your search.
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Why would people build polebarns if covers were just as good?
To each their own, of course.
I won't use one (even on my grill) because in my climate it causes condensation (moisture) that will certainly mold/mildew. Other people think/choose differently, of course. Just offering an alternative viewpoint.

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$250 for a cover.

$7500+ for a pole barn. Plus permits (assuming it's allowed). Plus the land to put it on. HOA's don't take kindly to pole barns.

Hmmm.

Why DO people build pole barns? How come we aren't all driving Ferrari's? How come we aren't all living in 5000 sq ft houses on 20 acres?

Looks like time to get out the popcorn again!
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We have never covered any of our unit (other than tire covers) but the motorhome sure does look sad under 4' of snow. A friend did buy a cover for his new TT and it caused damage. It flapped and rubbed in the wind and damaged the exterior badly in several spots.
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I bought an ADCO 32842 DESIGNER SERIES TAN/WHITE TYVEK TRAVEL TRAILER COVER on EBay. It fits well, has a waterproof roof and breathable sides. There is zippered access to the door and storage.
We life in Florida, you cant get more humid!
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