re-visiting covering again

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billweston

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Have read some of the posts and most favor not covering. What about the roof? does covering add life to the roof? I have a 06 Winne outlook and the roof is made of one piece fiberglass.

want to do whatever is best for the motor home over time.

Bill
 

Ron

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billweston said:
Have read some of the posts and most favor not covering. What about the roof? does covering add life to the roof? I have a 06 Winne outlook and the roof is made of one piece fiberglass.

want to do whatever is best for the motor home over time.

Bill

Personally I would NOT recommend covering with anything that comes in contact with any part of the motorhome.
 

smokeater1

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We have a 05 Minnie that I bought a cover for. It was pretty hard to put on by one person,, and after only a week I could tell it was starting to rub on the corners. I sent it back.
Washed and waxed the coach which I think is the better way to go.
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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smokeater1,
Your experience is typical and the reason why we consistently recommend against buying expensive Rv covers.  If you really need to cover it, get a large port (or a pole barn) built for it.
 
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