Originally Posted by nexcompac
Live in UT so it would be to protect from snow during the winter and sun/rain during the summer when covered.
What do you mean how to do the 12' drops?
The roll up drops in the rear and on the side.Those will take 2 people with ladders to secure and unsecure them..Just putting something like that on the trailer is a giant PITA as far as I'm concerned. We had big boats for many years that we had to build strongbacks for ,then cover.I realize your not building a strongback,but carying the cover up on top,un rolling it tieing it down,keeping it patched where it wears thru,fixing paint scuffs where it rubs...............too much monkey bussinees for me.Build a carport as suggested,then put drops on that,or just rent inside storage.I rent space right in front of the door(so I come and go as I want),4 yr old building w/concrete floor and 14' clearence for $110 per month.I cant build a building for that $.