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#1 OFFLINE   RFT

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Posted 09 October 2018 - 03:10 AM

Just got a Northland Polar 1060 and looking for advice on a good snow/rain cover.  I could use a tarp but my HOA will raise a fuss (damn HOA's).  at this point I am unable to store under a hard cover so thats out.    

 

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#2 OFFLINE   mtnkwby

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Posted 09 October 2018 - 07:47 PM

When we lived in the mountains we would put a tarp on for the storms, then clear and uncover it.  But we used it year round.


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#3 OFFLINE   Electrojake

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 10:01 PM

I have a ADCO cover. 
Cheap, good for at least two or three winters here in Jersey.
It has held up well to heavy ice & snow storms, high winds etc...
Keeps grime and moisture out while letting sun light in.
 
(click on the pictures for a larger view)
 
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Easy access to back door...
 
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Just saying. . .
 
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Here's a link...
 
BTW, I bought the cheapest cover they had and was pleased with it.
Note that if you want to go even cheaper there is a company called Classic Accessories that sells TC covers thru Amazon. 
 
Happy camping,
-Jake-

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#4 OFFLINE   RFT

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Posted 12 October 2018 - 02:52 AM

 

I have a ADCO cover. 
Cheap, good for at least two or three winters here in Jersey.
It has held up well to heavy ice & snow storms, high winds etc...
Keeps grime and moisture out while letting sun light in.
 
(click on the pictures for a larger view)
 
IMG-0897-0001.jpg
 
Easy access to back door...
 
IMG-0896-0001.jpg
 
Just saying. . .
 
IMG-0891-0001.jpg
 
Here's a link...
 
BTW, I bought the cheapest cover they had and was pleased with it.
Note that if you want to go even cheaper there is a company called Classic Accessories that sells TC covers thru Amazon. 
 
Happy camping,
-Jake-

 

Perfect!  Exactly the feedback I was looking for.

 

Thank you.






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