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Old 10-02-2009, 03:14 PM   #29
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I am fairly new here. I have been looking for a small Molded Fiberglass Trailer and am happily in the process of purchasing an older used 13' Scamp. I live on a dirt road where in the summer the dust is awful as other cars pass by. I am wondering how concerned I should be for my little Scamp? Will dust negatively affect it or is it easy to just wash it off once in awhile? My other option is to spend money on one of those portable garages (canvas over frame) and keep it in there. Or does someone make covers for them?
Thanks for any feedback and you all seem like a friendly group here. Glad I found you.

Dale
Hi Dale,
I seen a cover for a 13' Casita Patriot Camper Cover on EBAY that they say will work for any 13' fiberglass trailer. It is going "NEW" for $114.95 and $18 for shipping.
Item# is 31017167692.
Good Luck,
Dave
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Old 10-03-2009, 08:42 AM   #30
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Another way of protecting your trailer is to use a roof canopy; http://www.frankana.de/page.do?kgrpId=11448&page=2 The portable canopy lists 30 min. deployment time and is likely the fastest one. They are expensive and I am not sure about their availability in US.


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Old 10-03-2009, 01:23 PM   #31
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Another way of protecting your trailer is to use a roof canopy; http://www.frankana.de/page.do?kgrpId=11448&page=2 The portable canopy lists 30 min. deployment time and is likely the fastest one. They are expensive and I am not sure about their availability in US.


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George,
Those are cool! But I think you are right on "EXPENSIVE"!!!!!
I like the find on Ebay for $114....NOW>>>THAT'S A DEAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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