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RE: RV Covers in snowy areas.

I would stay away if the soul purpose is because of the snow.
x96mnn 09/17/18 02:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Covers in snowy areas.

I think just about any cover is better than no cover. We have had our Southwind covered in snow/ice all winter. Make sure the cover is snug and secure. We get a lot of winter wind in our area and have never had a cover related pronlem. Except for a couple times the wind broke the cord holding the cover in place. The RV was not damaged. I was told the exact opposite from two dealers and an independent RV repair shop when looking to buy one a few years back. The RV repair center put it the simplist, they work on a half dozen campers a year repairing damaged caused by a cover and they have yet to do a repair on a camper that was damaged by snow.
x96mnn 09/16/18 04:44pm General RVing Issues
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