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Old 10-21-2014, 09:27 AM   #1
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Cover for travel trailer

Looking for suggestions on purchasing a new cover for the winter for my new 14 forest river wildwood 24 foot camper, first year with it, have decided to buy one and cover it for winter, live in ohio, pre rough last year....
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Old 10-26-2014, 02:06 PM   #2
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I am on the hunt for one too Dave...I have been searching the threads and there are plenty discussing this same topic. On my cell now so cannot link any for you but will try later. I have not decided what one we will get yet but I have a bunch of choices saved on Amazon wish list to go back and review when I have some time.
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Old 11-08-2014, 03:56 AM   #3
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I bought a cover for my 26' Flagstaff TT through Amazon for about $275, it's a pretty good fit and not hard to install, there are videos online on how to do it but basically can be done with one person but 2 would be better. Things like gutter drains and rear ladder or similar sharper objects particularly at pressure points like the roof or corners need to be padded. Tennis balls or toilet paper roles on the 4 gutter drains and some kind foam or bubble pack wrapped around the ladder would do the trick.
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I was at the RV storage lot on Fort Knox yesterday and almost every one that had a cover on it, was an Adco brand.
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Old 11-08-2014, 07:23 AM   #5
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Thanks everyone for the idea,s, after a long search, I went with the classic accessories cover with poly 3 water proof cover, 3 year warranty, I cut a pool noodle up and wrapped around the gutter ends and sharp edges of the stationery tv antenna, it went on better that I thought, thank god it had a big yellow tag the said front on it, or it may not have been that easy. Did about 2 months of research, and found great reviews on this cover, bought it online at Walmart believe it or not, delivered to my house, $225.00 .
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