Nice car cover. That one is larger than my current appartment!:crikey:Chris03HD said:California Car Cover - NOAH Cover.
My old cali cover for my supercrew was huge, I cant imagine how big one for the Armada would be when rolled up!!! Geez!
Here's my Armada's new home... 1300sq feet of heating and AC.
I've been covering my Maxima at work for the past five and a half years. Only time I don't is when it's raining, too windy, or if the car is dirty. Bought it at California Car Cover.baseballfanz said:After a week or so you'll stop using it.
I wash weekly too, but my work is right next to the 405 freeway, and the car gets so dusty, just in one day. Covering it only takes a minute or two, and it keeps the car so much cleaner.92TripleBlack said:I can't get myself into the discipline. I use a cover if I store the car. Otherwise, I wash weekly.
Ya gonna put a lift in that garage? Looks tall enough. I'd have to rebuild mine to get a proper lift in it.92TripleBlack said:Here's mine.
There are many types of breathable fabrics available. The big difference in price between the cheap covers (and tarps) and the good covers is due to the breathable fabrics. Never ever cover a car with a non-breathable cover. Condensation build-up under the cover can do lots of damage.Does anyone know where I can find a high quality cover for my Mada? I'd like one that provides good UV protection, without scratching the truck?
I've been looking for a few weeks, and am surprised that Nissan does not make one, to my knowledge at least.
I'm in Tucson, and the temp is already 100+ ambient for 9 hours every day, and I imagine 130-140, easily, on the surface of my car.
I'm 6 months into ownership, with 1,300 miles, so far. What's that 200 miles per month? Haaa...I test drove it for 200 miles, prior to purchase.
Any way, any help you guys can give would be great. I just moved to a new home, that has no garage. I'm tempted to move back to my old home, for the garage alone. I never thought I would miss it, this bad.
I'm an auto detailer thick and through and I hate the fact of the truck being out in the sun, even for a few hours, let alone the 6 months it's been out.
Thanks in advance for any help you guys/gals can offer