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Old 09-24-2012, 08:46 AM   #51
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I made a discovery about the PUG's recently, at least as they apply to our X23B. The tents are different lengths. The bunks themselves are the same size but due to the slope of the front the tent is a little longer. The smart folks at PUG know this and make the covers in different lengths so they fit.

Guess how I discovered this...................

I wrote "F" or "R" on all corners with a sharpie. Now if I can only remember to look at them as I'm putting them on.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:45 AM   #52
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We had PUGs for 5 years with our pop up. We haven't bought them for the HTT yet since we were only getting in a couple of trips in it before winter (figured it's an expense I can put off til winter so I have them in the Spring). After a very cold night this weekend (40s outside), we had the wet condensation on the inside of the canvas in the morning from the warmth inside the trailer. Yuck. Never had that in the pup with the PUGs. Can't wait to have them now! We will get the high wind version.
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:41 PM   #53
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After a very cold night this weekend (40s outside), we had the wet condensation on the inside of the canvas in the morning from the warmth inside the trailer. Yuck. Never had that in the pup with the PUGs. Can't wait to have them now! We will get the high wind version.
Southpaw, regarding condensation issues inside the tent ends. I just crack the bathroom roof vent, about an inch, and in each bunk end I unzip a side window about 4-6 inches. I keep the zippers in the upper corners of the window. It was 35 degrees out this past weekend and had zero condensation; I do not use the PUG insulation units.
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Old 09-24-2012, 04:11 PM   #54
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We got a set of these for our old camper right before we sold it. The PUG folks very graciously took them back and we got a set ordered for the X18D. We tried them out at the beach campground at Holland State Park and they made a marked difference. I wish I had opted for the super high wind option since they blew part way off in the middle of a storm.

Contact PUG, they may be able to rework your covers to make them the Super High Wind version.
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