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Old 10-25-2007, 02:52 PM   #1
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At this point I don't intend to cover the MH during the winter season as we on occasion will take it out monthly for a 1-2 hr maintenance drive. To take the cover on and off would be a PITA. I do however wonder if there are those who do feel that the roof AC's should be covered? Assuming the roof would be snow/ice free on one of our monthly excursions, I would think the covers chould be easily removed and reinstalled. What say everyone?
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At this point I don't intend to cover the MH during the winter season as we on occasion will take it out monthly for a 1-2 hr maintenance drive. To take the cover on and off would be a PITA. I do however wonder if there are those who do feel that the roof AC's should be covered? Assuming the roof would be snow/ice free on one of our monthly excursions, I would think the covers chould be easily removed and reinstalled. What say everyone?
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Yup, I've always used one in the winter. Keeps the rain from blowing into it sideways during storms...
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Many people who travel fulltime like me never cover our air conditioners and we don't have problems. If you do use a cover make sure it can breath otherwise the air conditioner will rust, corrode, mildew, etc.
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