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Old 10-02-2012, 06:23 PM   #15
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One of those $200 10' x 20' carport tents would be nice.
Indeed it would. Our trailer is a little taller than a standard car. Where would i find one of these to fit a Boler for only $200?
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:30 PM   #16
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Indeed it would. Our trailer is a little taller than a standard car. Where would i find one of these to fit a Boler for only $200?
These regularly go on sale at Harbor Freight and big box stores. I bought one at KMart.

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If you buy one at Harbor Freight, be sure to use the 20% off coupon (second link)

In Canada, check Princess Auto.
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:31 PM   #17
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Indeed it would. Our trailer is a little taller than a standard car. Where would i find one of these to fit a Boler for only $200?
Any one would do. I see them at Costco, (during the summer) Princess Auto or Canadian Tire, (on sale). If it is not tall enough, use some cinder blocks under the legs to make it taller. I picked up one that is 20 x 16 for $330, on sale at Canadian Tire. No sides or ends, but it keeps the snow off.

They are predicting snow for tonight in Calgary.
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:33 AM   #18
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I bought a cover for my Trillium on ebay, pretty sure I found this link on here before:

http://http://stores.ebay.ca/elitemotoronline/

Just look under the 'RV Cover' section.

It's not water proof, it lets water right through. I use it because I store my trailer under trees so this keeps the sap off the roof and solar panel. The material isn't strong, so if you snag it on something it will probably tare, but it's good enough for what I use it for and it's the correct fit.
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