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Old 06-06-2020, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hey All,


I am full timing, in place in the beautiful PNW, and I am officially a year in! With the current COVID situation I am looking at staying another 6 months to a year out here, but I don't want to go through another winter like the last one!


I am looking for a cover to put over my 34' Gulf Stream Geo that will work to provide a little more insulation and some slide/rear end moisture coverage.



The rig is mostly under the cover of a 24' long overhang, but the last 8' are uncovered, and the slide hangs out from under the roof. While we resolved the small outdoor kitchen door leak early on (you'd think professional builders would use a higher end caulk) I still notice that the rear bunk room builds up more moisture than the other spaces. I'd like to reduce this moisture and a little more insulation while still 1) being able to have my 12' slide extended, and 2) not covering my windows. Does such a thing exist?


Thanks in advance for your help!
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Old 06-08-2020, 08:16 AM   #2
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I have not seen any winter coats on Amazon that would fit a 34' Gulf Stream.
You can get modular metal shelters to cover 8'. They shelter from rain, snow, and mostly Sun. Wind and wind blown precipitation are not usually blocked unless you get one with sides that would block the windows.
I wish you good luck and happy trails ahead!
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