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Old 10-19-2015, 12:52 PM   #1
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Never seen tire covers

I was up in Newport Oregon and saw a set of tire covers that had a mesh center. The mesh center allowed the rim to show, but the rubber was covered with vinyl. Never seen these before and would like to see if anyone has a source or experience. I think these would be nice for short term use, although not as effective as a full cover.

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I have a similar set from MagneShade. The center is however completely open. Unless you look closely you can't tell that there are covers installed. Like those mentioned only the rubber is covered.

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Old 10-23-2015, 04:33 PM   #3
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I have a similar set from MagneShade. The center is however completely open. Unless you look closely you can't tell that there are covers installed. Like those mentioned only the rubber is covered.
Same here, check the web site: Home | Magne Shade | Sunshade for RV, RV Shade, Installs from the ground, Magnetic Shade, Magnet Shade
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