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Old 01-23-2023, 10:52 PM   #1
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Cover for 13 ft scamp

I have to store my Scamp outside. I would like to buy a plastic-polyester type of cover, but not sure which ones are decent value. Some reviews say that it fell apart within a year. Does anyone have experience w a good brand of cover? Does the one from the Scamp factory hold up well?
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Old 01-24-2023, 12:14 AM   #2
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I have to store my Scamp outside. I would like to buy a plastic-polyester type of cover, but not sure which ones are decent value. Some reviews say that it fell apart within a year. Does anyone have experience w a good brand of cover? Does the one from the Scamp factory hold up well?
Scamp has only sold the cover for a short time so Time will tell. I did look at them at the rally last year and they looked like a quality product.
The best out there is Calmark, they are custom made for your options but are pricey. https://calmarkcovers.com/custom-cov...d-scamp-cover/
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Old 01-24-2023, 06:04 AM   #3
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I have one of the Scamp-sold covers, and so far so good. It's well made, fits well and has held up through some pretty bad wind gusts, hail and snow. Time will tell.

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I have had two covers. Both rotted quickly. Ended up with a silver large "Harbor Freight" tarp and a couple of ratchet straps. That has lasted for several years. The tarp was cheap, it covers the top and about 1/3 down the sides. I have it positioned so that I can open the door with little trouble. The first tarp lasted 3 years, the second is on its 4th and no splits. Believe we had a "Classic Accessories" cover before, it lasted less than a year. I can buy 4-5 HF tarps for the price of one cover.


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Thank you for your ideas and suggestions!
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