I got one of those cheap covers for my '55-2, only so I could store the truck at
my Dad's house while I was living in a 'Project-Unfriendly' neighborhood. My Dad
INSISTED I cover the 'eyesore' so he didn't have to see it in his way all the
time! Anyway, every time I moved the cover, I would get inCREDible static shocks
from it!!!! I ended up driving a rod into the soil at the back end of the truck
and I ran a wire from the rear bumper to the rod to ground the static charge!
Maybe a more expensive cover won't have the electrical properties that my cheap
cover had! Otherwise, remember to ground IT before IT grounds YOU!
"William M. Schickling" wrote:
> I will need to keep my truck outside this summer while I wait for new winter
> storage. I have thought of many ways to keep the truck out of the elements,
> however I think a car (excuse me ) truck cover is going to be the best
> solution for now. I don't mind spending a couple hundred bucks for a good
> cover, but I have no idea of what to get for outside. Anyone have any
> suggestions for very good rain and sun protection. Oh and what suppliers
> have it. I'm in Central New York for those wondering about the outside
> conditions might be.
> Bill Schickling
> 1940 3/4 ton - 3kd0513783
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959