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Old 06-20-2014, 06:31 PM   #1
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I'm very happy with my new ADCO Cover....

I think the pros strongly outweigh the cons on covering an RV - so I took the leap and I'm very pleased......
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Old 06-20-2014, 09:09 PM   #2
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ADCO makes a great cover...., especially the way they control the corners from flapping in the breeze. There are a couple of ADCO's on TT's where I store mine.

Are you able to handle the cover by yourself, or is it easier with two?

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Old 06-20-2014, 09:45 PM   #3
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Bob - It wasn't rolled properly from the factory so I had to fight with getting it positioned the first use. Properly re-packaged, you *should* be able to roll it out down the middle of the TT roof and unfold it over the sides. It will probably take me a time or two to get a rhythm.

My TT is low, short and narrow....an easy one man job
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Very nice!
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Old 06-20-2014, 11:23 PM   #5
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I like that tight fit that's just what I need when I store it at Pismo Beach. Between the wind and the sun that looks like the cover to get. Who did you order it from?
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Curious how extended rain gutters at the corners might affect ADCO's durability. I imagine them punching through over time. Thoughts?
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I'd been watching / shopping them for awhile and knew what I wanted. One day I lucked out to find Camping World had my size on sale for 40% off (I'm starting to sound like the DW)

You'd be lucky to find them in-stock....mine was drop-shipped from Adco. They advertised 4-6 weeks delivery....mine took 8 and I missed winter snow and ice altogether
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Curious how extended rain gutters at the corners might affect ADCO's durability. I imagine them punching through over time. Thoughts?
ADCO includes "gutter socks" of padded material with tie cords especially for elongated gutters. The cover over the propane tank / tongue jack is actually extra padding for the roof air conditioner (I have in-wall A/C so it's come in handy for protecting my fabric propane cover from UV damage and growing legs ).

They openly advise you to pad any sharp corners and they include matching patch fabric for you to patch or reinforce damage / at risk areas.
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ADCO includes "gutter socks" of padded material with tie cords especially for elongated gutters.
Nice! Sounds like they thought of everything. I might just start shopping these now, ahead of the next winter season.
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what model did you get?
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