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RheaNL
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« on: October 28, 2012, 03:36:08 pm »

We just purchased a 2100 and will be storing it outside. We want to purchase a cover, but the ones sized for "B" don't appear to we large enough and the "C" is too big. We would welcome any suggestions on vendors, styles, or manufacturers? If we purchase a rv cover, do we still need wheel covers?

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classact
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2012, 11:19:05 pm »

We've had two RV's in the B category, neither of which a standard RV cover would fit. In both cases we simply bought the nearest class C cover and got creative with tucking / tying the excess material on the cover that would normally be used for the overhead cab portion of the RV. We did have wheel covers too, although they weren't really necessary as the RV cover completed covered the wheels.

I say this all in the past tense as we now have an RV port under which we store our motorhome - something I highly recommend.
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« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2012, 11:54:03 am »

I say this all in the past tense as we now have an RV port under which we store our motorhome - something I highly recommend.

As do I, and it certainly never hurt anything in the resale department either, although for the moment that is not something usually thought of.
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