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Old 08-16-2016, 01:55 PM   #1
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Best Cover?

Looking to purchase a cover for our 2016 White Hawk 23mrb. We live up in New York State where we get lots of snow. I don't have an indoor place to store it.
What cover would be best?

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Old 08-16-2016, 02:04 PM   #2
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Considering the amount of abuse a cover takes. I consider it a consumable. So, low cost and availability are my primary concerns.


We stopped off at CW on the ride home of the last camping trip of the year. Whatever they had a bunch of that fit our TT was "best".


It held up to the Orange County, NY winter 2105-2016 quite well. It'll be re-used this year.
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Old 08-16-2016, 02:08 PM   #3
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I only have experience with Adco. Had one on my last TT for three consecutive New England winters and it has held up very well (I'm sure it will last through a 4th but hopefully I sell the camper before then!)

One of the main things to take into account is how windy it is where you park your camper. ADCO is good quality but there are limits to how long it will last when there's a 75mph Nor'easter wind hitting it from across an open field. Try and park it in as sheltered a place as you have access to.
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I use an ADCO cover. Has two winters on it now, still looks good and it handles snow without a problem. Being I live north of you, you would be fine with one of these. Only small areas of wear are starting to show up, mostly where i have Tennis balls on the 4 corners where I'm trying to prevent the rain gutters from poking thru. My HTT is in the foreground, My neighbors HTT is parked beside me. We have our own trailer park LOL


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Thank you folks for the invite! LOVE the tennis balls on the rain gutters idea!!!
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We have an Elements All Climate cover from Camping World. So far so good. Definitely use tennis balls on the spouts.
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Here's a pic of mine. Yes, I store my TT nose down.
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We have an Elements All Climate cover from Camping World. So far so good. Definitely use tennis balls on the spouts.


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We had a CalMark cover for our previous unit. It was an excellent Sunbrella custom made product. The CalMarks are more money, but they are made os much higher quality material and sewn really well. For our new Jayco, we bought the CW all climate cover. It is much more cheaply made, but we did not have the money for the CalMark right now.
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We're going on the fourth season with an ADCO, and it's starting to get thin in the usual spots. I'll have to put a small patch on the roof side this fall. Don't have any experience with the Elements brand yet. By the way, we're in your same NY climate.
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