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Old 07-12-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
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New adco cover for our 184BH Baja

We ordered a new cover for the 184bh Baja. VERY PLEASED!!!...we got some generic one off of amazon when we first got the trailer and it fit like shower cap, sloppy and lame. I sent it back and ordered the
ADCO 52239 Designer Series Gray SFS AquaShed Travel Trailer RV Cover for 15'-18' I'm so glad we ordered this one. fit like a glove! there is a small issue with the fit in the front where the propane lines run but will be fixed when I reroute the stock lines. also picked up Classic Accessories 76250 RV Wheel Cover, Pair, White, 29" - 31.75" Wheel Diameter fit nice also.....

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Old 07-12-2014, 10:54 PM   #2
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Old 07-12-2014, 11:30 PM   #3
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I had the tan colored ADCO cover and I need to get a new one when I winterize in the fall. I didn't protect the cover from the extended downspouts and the wind eventually made holes in all 4 corners Tried the patch but they are peel and stick and didn't last long at all.

So..... I'm wondering is there any difference (other than price), between the gray and the tan one?
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well I live in so. California....we have what they call santa ana winds, but our winter is a joke compared to most places. This was just a test fit. I did some readjustments and its a bit more snug now. I cover it between trips after I wash it. I did not use the rain gutter covers this time. I will put them on next time. maybe threebutchers can chime in and give me some pointers.
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I did not use the rain gutter covers this time. I will put them on next time. maybe threebutchers can chime in and give me some pointers.
I'm not using the extended gutters or the extended gutter protectors that come with the Designer Series. For the winter I do plan on making up some corner / gutters protectors.
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im not using the extended gutters either unless they came installed I have no idea the difference. But I will be installing inside patches for good measure...
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by the way 3b did you reroute the lp gas lines in the front??
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Here are the gutter extenders...they help keep dirt streaking and leaking down (but so does an RV cover). The sharp edges of gutter extenders will wear through a cover quickly.
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by the way 3b did you reroute the lp gas lines in the front??
I have the hose disconnected for now and the cover pulled over the battery box....I need to find the RV gas line covers for the tank and High Pressure hose
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