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Old 04-08-2015, 10:45 PM   #31
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Attachment 73592I just put the ADCO cover on my trailer. I hope it is worth it. It was a pain in the butt to get on my trailer and I was a little disappointed with how thin the fabric felt. I hope it lasts.
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Old 04-09-2015, 06:14 PM   #32
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Attachment 73592I just put the ADCO cover on my trailer. I hope it is worth it. It was a pain in the butt to get on my trailer and I was a little disappointed with how thin the fabric felt. I hope it lasts.
You should be taking it OFF, not putting it ON, this time of year!
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Attachment 73592I just put the ADCO cover on my trailer. I hope it is worth it. It was a pain in the butt to get on my trailer and I was a little disappointed with how thin the fabric felt. I hope it lasts.
I am going on 3 years now with my ADCO designer series. The most important thing you can do is cover all sharp edges. I use foam pipe wrap (pool noodle) for downspouts, steps, corners, antenna. Love my ADCO!
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Are ADCO covers worth the price?

Only if you don't get high winds. Dealer suggested cover for my new tracer. Two short trips and put it away last fall. side facing the wind now always looks dirty from an angle. Cover will beat up the sides in high wind. Also, the gutter run offs and several other parts of the trailer have already poked holes in the cover, even with the socks on the extended cover. One use, 5 months on and 4-5 holes to patch. Will only cover the roof in the future. $400 and the cover will collect dust and insects in the shed.
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You should be taking it OFF, not putting it ON, this time of year!
It is on for the summer to protect it from the sun. It won't be getting used much this summer because my wife is pregnant.
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It is on for the summer to protect it from the sun. It won't be getting used much this summer because my wife is pregnant.
Too bad.
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