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Old 10-17-2016, 06:13 PM   #1
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Toy Hauler Cover fitment

Has anyone ordered a cover for their unit yet? It appears that the greatest height of a toy hauler cover that I have found is 120 inches. My Octane T31B says that it is 147 3/4 inches at the top of AC. I really want to know if length is the only thing to consider when choosing one...
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Old 10-18-2016, 07:45 PM   #2
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Has anyone ordered a cover for their unit yet? It appears that the greatest height of a toy hauler cover that I have found is 120 inches. My Octane T31B says that it is 147 3/4 inches at the top of AC. I really want to know if length is the only thing to consider when choosing one...


See previous post. I had a Adco custom cover made with Sunbrella for my 4112. They did an awesome job. Worth every penny and the Sunbrella is definitely the way to go. I cover it whenever not in use and it really cuts down on environmental wear and damage (UV etc)
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Thanks for responding. What was their turnaround time? I'd certainly like to get one before the winter rolls through. I will reach out to them to see what they need.
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Contact George (jorge) there in customs. He's great. It was about two weeks. Not sure if this time of year is busier for them. And get the Sunbrella. It's unbelievably tough and after a summer in the sun it looks like I just bought it. I provided measurements and it fits like a glove.
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Found a photo of the cover.
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This is the cover I bought for my T31b.
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What does a structure like that cost? I unfortunately don't have the flat land for it at the home. Does it carry snow loads? Looks like you're in snow country as well. Thanks!
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This one cost about 4K. I spent a little more to get heavier metal and the vertical roof for snow and wind. Supposedly it will withstand 110 mph winds. I can't remember on the snow load. Something like 20 lbs per sq ft
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