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Old 09-13-2015, 08:07 PM   #1
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Cover for my trailer

We have a new Keystone Bullet 272 BHS and are starting to think about winters in Kansas and everything we need to do to winterize our trailer. We can't store it at our house and covered storage is very pricey so we wanted to buy a cover for it. I have been looking at different covers online but not sure if one is better than the other. I also don't want to spend an arm and a leg on one but want one that will last.

Any info is appreciated.
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Old 09-14-2015, 07:10 PM   #2
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You can do a search for "Covers" and learn all there is to know. I'd be cautious in KS, having lived there, the wind is likely to either beat a hole in your cover, or the cover will tear up your RV.
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Check on amazon. They usually have customer reviews. We have a cover for our 5er and other than it wearing on sharp points in spite of being wrapped in foam and tape it has been good for the last 4 years. I expected to buy a new one at the 5 year mark. And it has made a difference in maintaining the good appearance of the rig. Well worth the money IMHO.
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I have had Adco covers through the years. They're pretty good. They do wear out in wind. They can scuff the finish. Good luck.


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