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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by ips, May 14, 2010.

  1. ips

    ips Read Only Funster

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    I know this subject has been done many times but no harm in revisiting it..........

    I was going to build a carport thingie over the MH but decided that van would still get dusty etc from the yard. Although I only have about 3' either side I am hoping to be able to get a cover on. I dont want to spend a fortune on bespoke untill I know its feasable therefore I need a cheapish off the shelf jobbie for a year or so. Which is the best cover to fit a low profile. Any other info etc etc
     
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    When I towed I had a cover for the caravan, only used it for two winters. Too much hassle and no matter how careful I was it still left a few marks on the bodywork. Just resigned myself to the annual spring clean washdown and polish.
     
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    I was told not to use a cover as they retain the moisture and that causes problems with the upholstery etc. tony
     
  4. ips

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    What about a roof only cover has anyone any comments on these ?
    Are they lined or just a glorified tarpaulin ?
     
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