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Old 08-06-2013, 09:32 PM   #29
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Looks like you had to fold it in half to get it in there.
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I have my coach stored outside. It is much cheaper than inside storage and the rig is made to be outdoors. Sure inside is better, but expensive and the rig will not last forever. For the first 5 years our rigs got only weekend use. For the last 5 years we use it about 5 months a year. I did not have any non use falling apart issues during the first 5 years.
Tires are the main thing that age out through non use.
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:09 PM   #33
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Without question, if you can afford it keep your RV inside when it's not on the road. It DOES NOT need to be climate controlled. We live in Oklahoma and have found the heat/sun and hail will do as much damage as anything else. If you live in the north parts of the country the top should been covered regardless.

We have a 2005 Winnebage Adventurer 35A with full body paint. We bought it used and it has spent its whole life inside when not on the road. You can't tell if the the RV is new or used today when it is washed.

I was so impressed with the condition that I modified my shop for a 14' door which was 10' high originally. I've attached a couple of pictures to show what we did. It cost around 12 grand to mod, but its worth every dime.
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