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Exactly, we get quite abit of snow here, and Iíve spent the whole summer repairing the roof because it was leaked, previous owner sold it saying no leaks.... well it leaked, and Iím still having issues so I figured to be safe I should just build a permanent roof to protect it forever as it will remain in its current spot, Iím looking for a less expensive and light weight solution, I am not worried really about bylaws or building codes because I doubt it will be visible as it I should pretty deep in the woods,
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The Shade Tree / Re: If money was absolutely no object??
« Last post by Tom and Margi on Today at 11:59:50 AM »
The first thing I'd do is make sure I was in the best possible health with no preventable conditions that would limit my activities.  Then I'd worry about an RV.
AMEN!!!
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The Shade Tree / Re: If money was absolutely no object??
« Last post by Old_Crow on Today at 11:59:10 AM »
Pay off our coach a year and a half early.  Ditch the host jobs for a while and travel more.
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The Shade Tree / Re: If money was absolutely no object??
« Last post by Lou Schneider on Today at 11:58:30 AM »
The first thing I'd do is make sure I was in the best possible health with no preventable conditions that would limit my activities.  Then I'd worry about an RV.
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General Discussion / Re: renting RV and Travel Trailers Issues
« Last post by Lou Schneider on Today at 11:51:12 AM »
When I was in California I'd see lots of RVs on Craigslist for rent at outrageously high prices just before Burning Man.  Then afterwards they'd be offered for sale at really low prices.  Coincidence?   ;)
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The roof on the park model has already been designed and built for all weather use,, whats makes you think you need a cover??>>>Dan
The OP lives in Canada. RVs are not built to handle the weight of four feet of snow.

I lived in Alaska for 22 years. Many years we had to remove the snow from our house roofs because of weight. Houses are also built for all weather use.
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Asking for a friend >:(

Why do you think sooooo many RVers travel through the vast open desolate unpopulated desert?  And own shovels.
Or so I've heard.
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Tech Talk / Re: Replacing an Atwood GC6AA-9E with a GCAA-10E
« Last post by Lou Schneider on Today at 11:38:52 AM »
I just wired the electric selector line to +12 volts so the circuit board keeps the electric element active and it functions just like my old water heater using the existing switches and wiring.  The existing gas switch controls the gas burner, the external 120 volt electric switch controls the electric element.

The only difference is the light bulb inside the 12 volt switch is now a pilot light indicating the water heater is on, not that the flame has failed. That's OK because I can hear the flame inside the RV.
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The Shade Tree / Re: If money was absolutely no object??
« Last post by Utclmjmpr on Today at 11:38:44 AM »
 Theoretical questions always beg for theoretical answers with no basis to draw from.>>>Dan
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General Discussion / Re: recommend glue for plastic part in fridge
« Last post by Utclmjmpr on Today at 11:26:08 AM »
 There are many "super glues" for plastic,,BUT,, there are also many different plastics to consider,,which one???>>>Dan
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