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Old 10-22-2006, 07:50 PM   #1
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Winter covers.....

O.K. who puts a complete cover (tyvec/sunbrella) on their roo for the winter?
It is located in Central Ilinois and will see a fair share of true winter weather.
About 1/2 of or neighbors in the RV park cover with the full body type.
I'm a little concerned about grommets flapping against the gel coat from just a tarp over the winter (December/March).

So what do you do?

Thanks in advance !
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Old 10-23-2006, 06:53 AM   #2
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Location: Lebanon, PA
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I was all set to buy a cover for the Flagstaff 29FKSS then last weekend we talked to three people who had them and have now stopped using them. On one the seams on the cover which cost $500. came apart so he sent it back. The company repaired it. The others talked about the wind getting under the cover and chaffing the camper at a few spots. I decided to just use a a good coat of teflon wax and I'll clean it again in the spring.
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