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    Trailer cover

    The problem, which is obvious, is the gutter drip extenders on each corner of the trailer. I appreciate the idea however when a cover is put on the trailer the drip extenders will quickly rip a hole in the cover. Anybody have a solution other than cutting them off?

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    Try cutting a section of a pool noodle putting it over the drip spout.


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    Yes, I've seen people using pool noodles or cutting a hole in a tennis ball.
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