Originally Posted by KiltDog
If you read the reviews on amazon, many of them say the cover didn't last a season. Two to three at the most. I would be very disappointed if I spent that kind of money and the cover didn't make it through the first winter. I'm just gonna to to Job Lot and buy an inexpensive tarp to cover it for the winter.
Just do what Threebutchers did:
#1 Buy the correct size to begin with
#2 Tighten it up properly and it's good for many seasons.
His is done so neatly you could mail it!
If you do a search on this forum you'll find that a multi purpose tarp is a bad idea.