Has anyone here ever tried something like this:
I live in Kentucky, and while we typically have a snow or two each winter, rarely do we have very heavy snow.
I have an A126 and have been considering something like this, properly anchored to the ground, maybe even modified to have shorter height to keep it closer (but not touching) the closed camper while stored for winter.
Not sure about snow - the peak is pretty steep and wonder if some sort of silicone or Teflon type spray that would encourage accumulating snow to 'slide' off before getting too heavy
I see this as an option that relieves the camper of UV, (most) rain and snow exposure and doesn't rub - but costs way less than an actual storage building.
2011 FR Rockwood Premiere A126 Hard Side
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Reese 66065 WDH, Curt WDH Shank #17120
Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, Mopar 7-pin Harness
B&M Transmission Cooler (#70268)