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Old 05-17-2015, 08:33 PM   #29
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I've got a set I'll give you. You pay shipping. They are dark brown and removed from my the rig in signature below. Complete with the snaps and turn tabs. My coach is in the shop as I write this, having the holes patched and painted ($900). They do vibrate and flap in the wind if really breezy and rub the paint a little but doesn't seem to do much damage. They came with the coach when I bought it. One needs a little repair but still works. PM me if interested.
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Thank you, that would be awesome! I sent you a PM.

My rig isn't perfect, but my tires are important to me to keep the sun off them.

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Old 05-17-2015, 09:51 PM   #30
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Rich,

Thank you, that would be awesome! I sent you a PM.

My rig isn't perfect, but my tires are important to me to keep the sun off them.

mac 'appreciate them being passed on' gyvr
Good, hope you got my reply with measurements.
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Would plywood cut to fit work? I just use when in storage at local storage lot
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:08 PM   #32
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Would plywood cut to fit work? I just use when in storage at local storage lot
It would last a lot longer than the POS vinyl ones, I would slap a coat of white paint on it as well, should last a little longer
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My POS vinyl covers are 5 years old and still like new, so maybe not all vinyl was created equal
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We use the vinyl covers, but only when parked at home. Another advantage of the covers, is keeping your wheels looking nice, if you have polished aluminum. They require less/shorter touch ups to keep them shiney.
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Old 10-29-2015, 11:42 PM   #35
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Good, hope you got my reply with measurements.
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Wanted to show you them in use!





I have enough metal in my wheel wells that I attached earth magnets to them and then put paracord through the bottom. The size is perfect and they work great.

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"I have enough metal in my wheel wells that I attached earth magnets to them and then put paracord through the bottom. The size is perfect and they work great.

mac 'thanks again' gyvr"

Mac, your welcome and they look great.
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Just got a set of these. They cover the tire, but keep the rim exposed:

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Just got a set of these. They cover the tire, but keep the rim exposed:

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