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Old 01-31-2012, 09:48 PM   #11
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X 2 on the tennis balls and cutting an X in them. They hold great over gutter extensions, much better than the soft swim noodle foam I used the 1st year. You can also use them on the sharp edges like where the cover pulls around your step corners. I did have a couple of holes that were repaired with left-over Eternabond and it holds great. Covered my antenna that has a wingman(with sharp edges) with a small carpet remnant. I have the Adco designer cover and really like the piece of mind protection it gives me knowing ice,snow & water that sets on the roof during the winter months unchecked. Covers are best installed during a windless day. My trailer is 28' long, and I put it on myself with no problems. It is longer(got the 28'-31' size) and does go over my tanks and tongue, but that just keeps water off my power jack.

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Old 02-22-2012, 01:17 PM   #12
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Update - at the Rosemont IL Camping and RV Show last week, there was a vendor who was selling 7 different size RV Covers that had ONE COST regardless of the size.
Unfortunately they do not have a website, just a email and phone is on their flyer that I just located.

They specialize in Corvette covers, but had the RV covers on display and in boxes. All were grey, they repelled standing water very well with no leaks. They also had less velcro access points than Adco's, which can be a pro or con but the cost and warranty is what peaked my interest.
The only contact info was email and cell #. He's located in Shumway, IL $200 ea and 2 year warranty (water repel for two years and provide a patch kit). Concerning a bit, but this is a cottage hobby regarding accessories, so looking for anyone who might had purchased one?

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