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Old 09-05-2012, 07:24 AM   #1
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Can someone recommend a good travel trailer cover? We live in SW Fla. and a good web site in which to buy from?
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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I'd really research if you want one....
IMHO, more cons than pros in getting one !

Hard, almost dangerous to lug up top and put on,
difficult to take off,
wear and tear on finish from the wind rubbing the surface..
(proved that with an EXPENSIVE car bra on a nice sports car I had years ago!)
excellent mold environment...
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Can someone recommend a good travel trailer cover? We live in SW Fla. and a good web site in which to buy from?
We have a brand new premium cover for our MH (came with the sale).

I have never used it, difficult to put on, built in excuse not to use the TT or MH, possible poor ventilation (mold/Mildew), wind wear to finish, PI* anytime you want any type of access.

Having said that, Google RV covers, your best deals are on line.

If your residence zoning/POA allows it, I think the framed canopy type cover is a good bet, reasonable cost, easy to assemble (or disassemble if a big blow is coming).

BTW, just south of you at I75 mile 170.
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