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Old 08-31-2020, 02:28 PM   #21
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I used to when I had a pop-up.

Keep it tight on the camper. That'll avoid damage caused by rubbing. Look for one that has a Tyvek roof. Cover any sharp edges on the camper.

I ran several additional straps over the top and under the camper as well as one really long one that ran around the perimeter just under the seam between the top and bottom halves. Keep it tight there as well.

The camper sat outside for 3 years with that cover on it under ice and snow loads as well as the famous South Dakota winds. It had a few battle scars around the bottom where it was ripped (mostly by me trying to put it on without assistance) but otherwise, was still in good shape.
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cover, pop up

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