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Old 09-19-2016, 04:24 AM   #29
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$1,650, that is a not a lot for what he did.

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Add a couple of strips of PSP runway matting to it, and a open sided "carport" (rated for snow loads in the area) will also help protect from falling limbs (at the expense of the sheet metal of the shelter).


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Great looking pad, remember, if you have oaks in the area you will have acorns falling on the roof, probably not damaging it, but they are attractive to squirrels and mice, who will be looking for a place to hide while they keep warm (in your coach) during the winter. The acorns will also roll around on the roof when you go to pull the coach out making a racket. Be sure to trim the branches enough to preclude squirrels jumping from a tree to your coach and vice versa.

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