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Old 08-22-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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Cover or Carport type awning

Winter here in South Carolina unfortunately will be here before you know it. I am trying to decide on getting a fabric camper cover or having on of the metal carport type units installed to pull the camper under. I would need about a 32x14 to easily pull it under and eventually would pour a concrete pad in it. In my part of the state snow is not too common but we occasionally get a little. Spring is rough with the pollen. I have a small farm and lots of trees. The cover would keep the pollen off the camper but it would be difficult to get the pollen off the cover. I stopped covering my pontoon because of this. What are y'all using?
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Old 08-22-2013, 04:30 PM   #2
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You might find what you are looking for here.

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Mine is a metal carport in the above thread somewhere.
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Wow. Some of those are incredible...and waaayyy out of my price line! Mine will be a simple metal carport. Thanks.
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This is what mine looks like. Nothing fancy
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This is what mine looks like. Nothing fancy
Looks great. I am moving stuff and clearing a location on my property for something similar. Would love to have a fully enclosed large garage, but something like your's provides great protection and great bang for the buck.
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Lenjen, that's exactly what I'm going for. Now if I'd quit buying accessories for this camper...
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Our climate is such that my cover works fine. Sun, rain and hail is the worst enemy of an RV and this cover gives it that protection. The electrician is coming to run the 30 amp service this week so I can do away with cord from the house.
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