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Old 02-10-2015, 07:49 PM   #43
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Just last week i asked the same question of the owner of a very large and successful RV dealership in my area. wHAT HE SAID IS THEY ARE made to be outdoors so don't cover. pull down the shades and thats it
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I'm left wondering what experience that suggestion was based on....
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Just last week i asked the same question of the owner of a very large and successful RV dealership in my area. wHAT HE SAID IS THEY ARE made to be outdoors so don't cover. pull down the shades and thats it
Large and successful RV dealers do not want your RV to still look good after too much time has passed...leave it unprotected and you will be needing new paint, roof, and sealing everywhere, sooner than later.

Or even better for the dealer...go buy new every 3-5 years. He will be very happy

Cars are made to be outdoors too, but we all have garages - or want them - right?

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