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Willy

I will never shrink wrap and store outside!

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Willy

I had to send my boat back to the factory for some warranty issues last fall and it came back with a real nice full shrink wrap so my dealer suggested that I just leave it in their storage yard for the winter since it was all drained etc. Well, It is amazing the difference between keeping it in my garage vs. outside even though it was covered. Anyhow, I got the trailer and the tower all detailed(put back together), a coat of wax on the new White Pro 80's. Now some exterior wax a little interior cleaning and I will be good to go!! Year three hear we come!!!!!!!!!

http://s292.photobucket.com/albums/mm10/willyvtx/Summer%202010/?action=view&current=misc2010042.jpg

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WakingMeHappy

Sounds like a pretty good dealer. Did he charge you for storage?

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chathamsolutions

So, what was the big difference between keeping it outside w/ shrinkwrap and in your garage?

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martinarcher

Can't beat a garage no matter how well the boat is covered.

The boat looks great....Nice jeep BTW. Thumbup.gif

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Killer

nice Jeep, can't believe you tow that rig with it though........

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99response

I had my boat shrinkwrapped this year, shop did a great job, as long as they put in vents and some of those dry silica bags boat comes out great.

I had zero mold, interior was bone dry and we had over 12" of rain last month.

-Chris

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Willy

nice Jeep, can't believe you tow that rig with it though........

Thanks!

It is only about five miles to the ramp and no more than 35mph the whole way. It is great in the summer with the top down!

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