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Old 09-16-2012, 12:27 PM   #1
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Long gutter extensions and tt cover

Hi to all !

I havenít posted for a little bit, we just got back form a camping trip. I will post about it later, for now I have a question about covering up our tt this winter.

Our new tt has long gutter extensions that donít come off. Does anyone have the long gutter extensions on their tt? If so how do you deal with them when you put the cover on? I donít want to tear my cover or brake the gutter extensions.


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Old 09-16-2012, 04:29 PM   #2
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I put the cover on and then go up under and put duct tape around the area (on the cover)where the spouts are. Never had a problem
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I make slits in the shape of an "X" in an old tennis ball, and slip them over the spouts. The guy up the way from me uses short pieces of a swimming "noodle". Both seem to work, but I like the balls better because when I drop one, the dog brings it back for me...
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What do you do for the radio and TV antennae?

Great idea on the long gutter protection.

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What do you do for the radio and TV antennae?

Great idea on the long gutter protection.

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I take the radio antenna off, I just crank the TV antenna down.
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I make slits in the shape of an "X" in an old tennis ball, and slip them over the spouts. The guy up the way from me uses short pieces of a swimming "noodle". Both seem to work, but I like the balls better because when I drop one, the dog brings it back for me...
Ditto the " swimming noodle" very inexpensive, cut about 8" section off slip over each gutter end and your done. Kmart, Walmart, there about 1.35 and 4 or 5 foot long.
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