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Old 07-30-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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ADCO Cover help

Looking to buy an Adco cover for winter storage for my Roo 21SSL. I'm looking at the "All Climate Designer Series" to handle the tough winter/cold/snow conditions in Canada. The actual "box" of my trailer measures just under 18' so I'm looking at model # 32840(up to 20') and model # 32841(20' to 22'). Not sure which to get but leaning towards the smaller cover #32840 as I'm not worried about covering rear bumper and spare tire...thinking the cover will have a cleaner fit by not having to go over the bumper or tire and this Roo having the toy deck in front, I will not be covering propane tanks, batts, or anything on the tongue. Anyone recommend or have advice for these covers as it applies to a Roo 21SSL or maybe a Roo 21SS? I will probably be ordering it through Amazon so returning it would be a real pain so I'd like to get the best fitting cover the first time around. thanks.
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Old 07-30-2014, 05:17 PM   #2
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I have nothing to contribute except that I have a 21SSL as well. I'll hopefully be able to convince my father to let me store it in his shed at the farm.

Although, if that falls through, I would be interested to see what cover you end up getting.
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Old 07-31-2014, 09:32 AM   #3
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I would guess the under 20 is going to be the best fit. I have a 20-22 for my 23IKSS, which is just over 20' on the "box" and even after covering the spare, I have a good amount of slack left on the back. I think the 20-22 is going to be too big for your tt. And if you have too much slack the wind is going to get it and the cover rubs on the gel coat.
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Call the manufacturer. Give them your model, measurements and how you measured. I ordered another brand and they were a big help when I called inquiring on which size to purchase.


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Spend the money and get the custom one with the better fabric. I am on my 3rd winter and last year was a doozy. High wind, deep snow, followed by rain, then dipped bellow zero. 3in plus ice. The cover looks like the day I bought it, and fits like panty hose on the camper, we get 35 mph winds. I am located in NE Pa. I have a 2010 Roo 232 which has the 4x8 deck on the front. The tech person there was great, they may still have my drawings.
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Old 08-13-2014, 09:25 AM   #6
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Looking to buy an Adco cover for winter storage for my Roo 21SSL. I'm looking at the "All Climate Designer Series" to handle the tough winter/cold/snow conditions in Canada. The actual "box" of my trailer measures just under 18' so I'm looking at model # 32840(up to 20') and model # 32841(20' to 22'). Not sure which to get but leaning towards the smaller cover #32840 as I'm not worried about covering rear bumper and spare tire...thinking the cover will have a cleaner fit by not having to go over the bumper or tire and this Roo having the toy deck in front, I will not be covering propane tanks, batts, or anything on the tongue. Anyone recommend or have advice for these covers as it applies to a Roo 21SSL or maybe a Roo 21SS? I will probably be ordering it through Amazon so returning it would be a real pain so I'd like to get the best fitting cover the first time around. thanks.
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I have nothing to contribute except that I have a 21SSL as well. I'll hopefully be able to convince my father to let me store it in his shed at the farm.

Although, if that falls through, I would be interested to see what cover you end up getting.

Can we start a SSL owners club?

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Can we start a SSL owners club?

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Lol!...Sounds good to me! But, back to the cover issue...I'm totally confused about it now. With the research I've done, it seems about 50/50 whether it's good or not to cover RVs with a cover. Valid points on both sides of the issue. I may hold off on a cover purchase for the time being until I really can justify the cost and am confident that no drawbacks or damage from use of a cover will happen...just don't know.
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As someone else said in a forum here....I cover it so I can sit and watch other people clean bird crap off their trailers in the spring. That was enough to sell me!
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