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    A frame

    I was thinking of building a support on the roof out of lumber to elevate the middle of a rv cover down the middle of the roof from front to back to keep the snow off. Anyone try this?

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    Senior Member grizzlygiant's Avatar
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    Re: A frame

    I live in northern Idaho and we have lots of deep snow. My rvs live outside and have never suffered. I do nothing except normal winterization plus simple plywood boxes over the plastic skylights.

    RE: a support for a roof cover would have to be a sturdy structure. A light 4" snow can weigh nearly 1000#!
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