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Old 03-24-2015   #11
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I do not like the idea of storing your boat rolled in the car..I worry abour to much heat exposure.

I do not like storing it on roof inflated. ..lots of different problems


I do like, dry it, roll it in a tarp.....then store on roof rack sun issue, no areo dynamic stress on boat, minimal on rack, will still hurt gas mpg...

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