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Old 10-23-2017, 07:38 PM   #1
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Any help on a decent cover for travel trailers? Most of what's on Amazon seems to have average ratings on account of issues with ripping after less than one year..
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Old 10-23-2017, 08:23 PM   #2
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I like Goldline, 5year warranty and they stood behind that when I had a issue after 3 years. Sent a new replacement.
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Elements Premium RV Cover from camping world. Iíve only used it one season but it held up great and didnít put marks on the trailer. Fit nice and snug....
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Old 10-23-2017, 10:39 PM   #4
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I like Goldline, 5year warranty and they stood behind that when I had a issue after 3 years. Sent a new replacement.
Thanks for your input, I saw that brand on Amazon with a 3.3/5 and quickly passed it by. But ,glad you are having better luck than others
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Any help on a decent cover for travel trailers? Most of what's on Amazon seems to have average ratings on account of issues with ripping after less than one year..
Adco 34846 Designer Series DuPont Tyvek Slip-Seam strapping system cinches at the top and bottom for a perfectly snug fit and prevents cover from wind damage; Reinforcements throughout bottom and top of side panels Water resistant but breathable; Tyvek RV top panel reflects sunlight, keeping RV cooler; Designer polypropylene sides Weighted buckle toss under for easy installation underneath the coach. Durable polypropylene grey side walls, 4 travel tire guards included . This is the cover I used on my 33RLDS for the summer in SW Florida. It held up when Urma came thru with a few minor tears (Photo below when put on in April and rear and side photo in October)
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Old 10-25-2017, 07:11 AM   #6
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I use an ADCO. They usually last 3 winters, so $100/yr. I've bought 3 or 4 with the Tyvec roof panel but the most recent is just Sunbrella.
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Adco 34846 Designer Series DuPont Tyvek Slip-Seam strapping system

I bought this one for a 24' but have yet to use it.
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I'd recommend a breathable one that has many straps to cinch it down
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I'd recommend a breathable one that has many straps to cinch it down
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Elements Premium RV Cover from camping world. Iíve only used it one season but it held up great and didnít put marks on the trailer. Fit nice and snug....
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But, I don't cover it anymore.
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