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Even with a cover you would need drain holes, for when you wash the trailer or from normal moisture accumulation during rainy travel. There may be a few other spots on the trailer that catch water like the awning brackets up top, and the bottom of the steps, when folded . You can do this yourself easily enough. Standing water is not good.


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John Davies


Spokane WA

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Drill a 1/2” hole (from the bottom is best) in each corner. Problem eliminated.

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