Good idea to leave the roof up in rainny season?

Discussion in 'A-Frame PopUps' started by Tukee44, Jan 14, 2017.

  1. bob barnes

    bob barnes Well-Known Member

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    There are things to do to make them unable to do that. I will leave mine up!
     
  2. bob barnes

    bob barnes Well-Known Member

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    We had 6in rain yesterday I went out and checked the A-Liner with it left up very dry inside I cant imagine the stress of such a rain pounding down on the roof with it flat!
     
  3. Red Alert

    Red Alert New Member

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    A little off-topic, but leaving springs compressed does not weaken them. Repeated usage does, but not enough to worry about with the life of an a-frame.
     
  4. BigEyeFish

    BigEyeFish Member

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    you guys need to be putting in something like a DampRid when the Aliner is down and being stored. When I winterized my older Fleetwood PUP, I always threw in a DampRid container to help with moisture build up. When I took delivery of my Aliner back in June, the PDI guy suggested to use a DampRid type product when winterizing here in Oregon due to the Winter rains.
    What he had was not this but similar. DriZAir is another similar product.
     
  5. Halford

    Halford Well-Known Member

    Try jacking higher rather than lower
     
  6. shuang2

    shuang2 Active Member

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    We do leave the roof up as long as it is not too windy.
     

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