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Old 10-03-2014, 10:19 AM   #1
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Winter storage & a/c covers

Texas boy storing the motorhome outdoors in the pennsylvania winter. Any sound reason for buying a/c covers? Never really thought about it until I saw some in a magazine. Please avoid responding "head back to Texas" - feel bad enough as it is!!
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Texas boy storing the motorhome outdoors in the pennsylvania winter. Any sound reason for buying a/c covers? Never really thought about it until I saw some in a magazine. Please avoid responding "head back to Texas" - feel bad enough as it is!!
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I wouldn't bother either. Back when I was a kid, my mom covered the window AC in our home to help keep out the cold, but I see no need to do so in an RV. With the winter winds that come through, they'd probably eventually work loose & end up in the next county.

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