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Old 08-06-2016, 04:03 PM   #11
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Hello I am looking to buy a cover to store my camper for the winter anyone reccomends good place to buy and what cover has worked? Rockwood mini lite 2306


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It comes down to where you live & how much snow you get.
I live in Canada & we get lots of snow. I have no cover & won't get
one. But every year I'm up on the roof replacing any missing or
cracked caulking. The issue as somebody mentioned is the wind
causing damage with the material billowing.
If you still want a cover get an ADCO. They're about the best.
Can get them at Camping World.
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Old 08-06-2016, 08:29 PM   #12
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Hello I am looking to buy a cover to store my camper for the winter anyone reccomends good place to buy and what cover has worked? Rockwood mini lite 2306


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Soy de Chile y para mí Roo19" compre un cover marca ADCO con muy buenos resultados para nuestro clima sus americano
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Old 08-06-2016, 09:20 PM   #13
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You all are worrying me here. I have an ADCO cover for my new Lil Clipper. It's vented, zippered door entry, etc. In Vermont we have snow, cold, wind, sleet, whatever. Figured a cover would be protecting my camper. Heard never use a tarp as they don't breathe. Dealer service person said most important thing is to park it ON a tarp for winter storage as it keeps a lot of moisture out. Obviously more things to consider, antenna, tennis balls on the gutter drains, etc. But should I really worry about using the canvas cover?
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Old 08-06-2016, 09:59 PM   #14
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You all are worrying me here. I have an ADCO cover for my new Lil Clipper. It's vented, zippered door entry, etc. In Vermont we have snow, cold, wind, sleet, whatever. Figured a cover would be protecting my camper. Heard never use a tarp as they don't breathe. Dealer service person said most important thing is to park it ON a tarp for winter storage as it keeps a lot of moisture out. Obviously more things to consider, antenna, tennis balls on the gutter drains, etc. But should I really worry about using the canvas cover?
I don't. Your results may differ.
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Old 08-10-2016, 09:22 PM   #15
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We used an Adco cover on our 23LB for the first time last winter. Never had one problem with it moving around and we had a very windy and snowy winter. We are very pleased with it.
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Old 11-11-2016, 01:40 PM   #16
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We got the ADCO Designer 34841 (20'-22') cover for our 23LB (2306).

This is the size recommended based on actual measurements of the trailer. ADCO website lets you enter trailer model#, but that resulted in recommendation of one size larger. Fit seems great, next size up would have been a lot of excess material.

Installed in about an hour, taking time getting all the straps adjusted. Should be able to cut that time in half at the end of next season.

Fits well, should give me the protection from the elements I was looking for over the next 5+ months.
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