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For those in States with lots of sun and rain like Florida, Autoanything .com
reccommends covercraft's weathershield model. They do have the form for our truck. It costs $329.00 with free shipping. Takes 10 days to make. Incidently, it is their only cover that can be washed in your machine at home.
My RTL will be here tomorrow, I can't hardly wait!
 

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Has anyone got firsthand experience with this cover? Thank you,

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JulesK said:
For those in States with lots of sun and rain like Florida, Autoanything .com
reccommends covercraft's weathershield model. They do have the form for our truck. It costs $329.00 with free shipping. Takes 10 days to make. Incidently, it is their only cover that can be washed in your machine at home.
My RTL will be here tomorrow, I can't hardly wait!
 

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Sorry it took me so long to take a look at this.
I have had this cover for about 4 months. Washed it twice. It is going through the Florida summer sun and storms. It has performed as I had hoped. The cover actually stays on my RL most of the week. I use a 4 foot bungy with plastic ends to secure it through existing grommet holes, underneath. When I remove it , it rolls up to a little bigger than a football.
 
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