We just purchased the 2011 and are having the roof rubberized and want to know what everyone thinks about RV covers if it will be sitting in hot Texas sun this summer until we retire in full this fall. Good investment? Suggestions for first timers?
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Welcome. I agree with the above poster. If it will be sitting all summer covering it is probably a good idea. I just hope that something doesn't melt under that cover in the hot TX sun. Enjoy your Four Winds This fall!
We covered our Four Winds C last fall and just took it off the other day. It wasn't too bad a job but helps to have 2 people. I wouldn't be without a cover. Also, cover the wheels as well. The Texas sun is a whole lot more damaging than anything up here in the north.