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Old 06-24-2015, 09:21 AM   #1
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Removable outside cover question

Looking for an all weather outdoor cover for our new 2014 23fb international serenity. We pick it up from the dealer this weekend in CA. Can't find a covered place to store it in Colorado. There is over a year wait list everywhere within an hour from our home. Hoping to find a removable cover to protect it until an actual covered spot opens up. Any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks!
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:35 AM   #2
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Most say a cover will ruin the finish by trapping and rubbing grit
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General consensus is that soft covers are not recommend for our Airstreams. There are some new brands on the market that are advertised to be safer for the finish. Camping World sells them. You might consider a portable garage as a temp measure. In my experience the tarps used in these only last about a year. Less if a good storm comes along.
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Looking for an all weather outdoor cover for our new 2014 23fb international serenity. We pick it up from the dealer this weekend in CA. Can't find a covered place to store it in Colorado. There is over a year wait list everywhere within an hour from our home. Hoping to find a removable cover to protect it until an actual covered spot opens up. Any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks!

Where are you in CO? I used. ABC Storage in Farmington, NM last season - close enough to Durango. Excellent covered storage for $75/mo. They had vacancies as of last week.


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