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Old 05-08-2012, 09:04 AM   #11
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I think we are ordering the super wind ones today for our hybrid.
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Old 05-08-2012, 09:46 PM   #13
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ah.... i wonder if that seal can be installed on a 2009 model... methinks it probably could be... i'll investigate further... thanks!

I would think it could be installed. Good luck on the gasket.
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I think we are ordering the super wind ones today for our hybrid.

I have the super high wind covers. I have used all 3 styles and the high wind version stays on the best. We camp at the beach each year and the winds can be brutal. Haven't lost a cover yet.
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I have the super high wind covers. I have used all 3 styles and the high wind version stays on the best. We camp at the beach each year and the winds can be brutal. Haven't lost a cover yet.

That's exactly why we're getting the super high wind ones. There are two CG's around here that we go to all the time that are on the beach.
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I use 9X12 tarps over my bed ends on my off-road 14RT POPUP. The GIZMOS were way too expensive. I use stretch rope to secure one end of the tarp to the roof built-in rain gutter before raising the roof. Then I pull ot the bed ends with the 9X12 tarp drooping down over the ends. Go inside and setup the hardware to fill out the bed tops. Now i can tie down the 9X12 tarps to the pull out bed sections using more stretch ropes. It folds in very nice.

The beauty is I can change tarp color schemes as well... Either Blue, Tan, Brown, or Silver haha...

Works great for us and being a 9X12 i have plenty of room under the tarp when it is raining and can take down my POPUP for travel mode without getting wet. Also keeps my tent fabric dry as a bone. Its over five years old now and looks just like new.
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We used solar blankets purchased from REI and they work the same. We had a few cold rainy nights and placed them inside at each end of the bunks (foil side facing in). Wow what a difference as they kept much of the heat in!
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