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    Pictures of Weather Cover, new design.

    I changed the width to 6 feet wide and made it 8 feet long. There is plenty of room for even two quilts if needed. I like the simple rectangular design because you can tighten or loosen the sock to fit about anything.
    This six foot wide one will be slightly more money. Took many more seams to get it six feet wide as you can see in the photos. Weighs 10 ounces with suspension stuff.
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    Last edited by Mule; 03-03-2008 at 21:24. Reason: added weight
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