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Old 03-24-2023, 04:11 PM   #1
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Any suggestions for a cover for Jayco Jayflight 212QB.
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Old 03-24-2023, 04:39 PM   #2
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We've had good luck with Adco, and now National RV Covers. I called them with my measurements and they suggested the size. It's a tad long, but better long than short. I like how their S2 Expedition model drapes down farther than the Adco did, and the straps across the roof takes some strain off the sides. Great customer service from them.

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I've always used Adco covers. I usually get 4 - 5 years out of each one.
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A fairly common topic and many threads that will help are available using the search feature in the gold bar at the top of the page.
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...ggg-31481.html
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Iíve used an Elements All-Climate cover for the past five years. It still going strong and does a great job of protecting our 212 QBW. I put it on about October and will be taking off tonight, in fact. My son and I can put it on in about 20 minutes; off in about 10. With a winter of snow, rain, wind and even some warm days, it keeps the TT looking clean.

During the summer, if we are grounded for more than a couple of weeks, I use a lightweight cover made by RVMasking. Itís nylon about the weight of a parachute, reflective, and light enough I can put it on and off myself. Itís held up to summer winds and searing heat (110+ for days on end) nicely.

Youíll get a variety of opinions on using a cover. If I had a much larger rig, I might not bother because of the size difficulty. But the 212 QBW is small enough, itís not a problem. To me, itís well worth it to keep the trailer looking new.
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You might also read the very recent thread from the person who uncovered his RV to find black spots all over the rig that he cannot remove and could be mold that has started under the clear coat.
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Hereís the thread CAG refers to. The OP was talking about his Alante motorhome ó a bit different than a 212 QB with metal siding. Not saying it couldnít happen, but a good cover should be ďbreathable,Ē making such occurrences unlikely. https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...er-100625.html
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