Winter Covers Author Message Doris McC Club Cabin : 5 Posts : 2018-03-01 Join date :
Subject: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 12:12 am
Good evening - new to the group and very new to T2s! Can anyone recommend a good
winter cover please? Getting ready for next winter (hopefully this one has now gone forever!) many thanks, Roger PeteH Exec 079 Cabin : Fairford Location : 152 Posts : 2016-03-07 Join date :
Subject: Re: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:31 am
Hi Roger and welcome to the forum and Brazibay ownership. You should be thinking of summer just now not w****r (brrr).
I have was included with the van and was sourced by Just Kampers (other suppliers are available). It works very well if a bit of a handful to put on and take off the van. The doors are zippered so you can get it without taking it off the van.
________________________________________________________________________________ Pete and Sue. bobbo12 Club Cabin : Kent Location : 144 Posts : 2015-06-10 Join date :
Subject: Re: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:37 am
I also have used a JK
cover for the last 3 seasons and has kept my kombi nice and clean over the winter. Certainly useful during the snow. Scooby Flight 004 Cabin : Reading Location : 8370 Posts : 2010-12-12 Join date :
Subject: Re: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:39 pm
Hi and Welcome to the Forum
Scooby has been outside all of his life - in all weathers - free range if you will - he doo love it
We have been concerned about scratches/sweating with a
- hence the reason we sold our unused
some years ago.
So outside, un-covered he stays - but free
If you type in
into the search facility you will find other thoughts from various people in a number of threads.
Proud winners of Spike's Trophy 2017 Scooby - Born To Run Bumble Exec 049 Cabin : Surrey Location : 1240 Posts : 2014-09-03 Join date :
Subject: Re: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 5:08 pm
Never used a
, for the reasons given by Scooby and wanting to see Bumble
Tallulah Flight 011 Cabin : South Somerset, UK Location : 5002 Posts : 2011-06-05 Join date :
Subject: Re: Winter Covers Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:10 pm
We’ve never used a
cover either, Tallulah is (or at least was) used almost daily throughout the year so it wouldn’t have been practical to use a cover.
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Subject: Re: Winter Covers Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:47 am
The one that Danbury sell is a Maypole, which you should be able to get for about £70 if you buy it under the Maypole brand.
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