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Old 09-19-2013, 01:21 PM   #1
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has anyone used a ADCO Travel Trailer Designer Tyvek RV Cover - 15'1" - 18' for the X17Z. Did it fit and or wear well?
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Old 09-21-2013, 03:22 PM   #2
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I have this exact cover for my 17z and it fits fairly well. Click image for larger version

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Sorry for the poor picture but it's raining like crazy at my house right now.
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Old 09-22-2013, 09:04 AM   #3
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Is that cover rated for climates with snow? If so, I'll be purchasing one of them soon. Who has the best prices for covers?
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Old 09-22-2013, 10:13 AM   #4
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I use the Adco Designer - camping world online will match anyone and ships free. I live in a snowy climate, does well. Pad the corners, old pool noodles split work well. Don't forget to adjust after wind storms.
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Thank you for the picture. it fits like it was made for it! or at least much better than the one I have. How does it fit at the door? can you enter it with the cover on?
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The question of covering or not seems to come up periodically. This morning I was researching who I bought my awning covers from (couldn't remember) because my neighbor was asking (also at TT guy). So, I bought the awning protectors from these guys http://awningpro-tech.com/qa/ and noticed a comment about covers in their QnA section. Don't know if their claims are true but it's kinda scary to think about. I don't cover BTW.
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Thank you for the picture. it fits like it was made for it! or at least much better than the one I have. How does it fit at the door? can you enter it with the cover on?
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The cover is zippered in three different sections along the door side which allows easy access to the trailer even while covered. I did steal someone else's idea of tennis balls over the gutters to prevent ripping the cover and it works really well.
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Here is an additional picture I finally got around to taking.Click image for larger version

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Here is an additional picture I finally got around to taking.Attachment 10330
Looks good. "Brown" will be delivering mine soon!
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