Dukeydrea
As we only have our 195 for under a year.  With fall not far away here in the Northeast. We are discussing storage and/or buy a cover.    My husband and I are wondering if it is a 1/2 a dozen of 1 and 6 of another. Is this something that only preference?  Anyone's experience with why or why not would be greatly appreciated
Andrea
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sunvalleyjoe
if you buy a cover do not buy a cheap one . A good one for or 150 was over $500  . The cheaper ones do not last. Even the dealers in Reno advised me to buy a 2 ply or more if you want them to Last more than 1 or 2 years. GBA!!SVJ
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Dukeydrea
Thank you for you input @sunvalleyjoe
Andrea
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mkevenson
# 1 option, store inside with controlled temp. # 2 option, store under a hard roof structure, car port. #3 store in a tent type structure, #4 store out side with a QUALITY trailer cover. CalMark is very good. I also highly recommend several moisture absorbing devices in the trailer. I have one under the bed, in the bathroom and 2 in the main living structure. Recommend one that plugs in to dry and refresh cristalls. (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XKVX8X1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
If possible use portable heater insider trailer. Open all cubords and drawers. Shield bottom of trailer from blowing wind. Hope some of this helps.
Mark
Please buy Made in USA
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sunvalleyjoe
you are lucky Mark . I have to make sure I do not leave a drop of water in plumbing 1st year I forgot to drain out side shower what a mess. Hope all is good. We are due for snow in the next couple of days around Tahoe. Had a great time  by Bridgeport. GBA!!SVJ
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Dukeydrea
Thank you @mkevenson .Thanks Mark we will look in to those options 
Andrea
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