Jim, we purchased and used the ADCO Tyvek All-Climate cover (e-Trailer) for our travel trailer. I made an error in not covering gutter downspouts and material was cut. Wife sewed material back and we will use tennis balls (with a slit cut into them to go over the downspout this year.
people who got them fine out they are a good idea at first but after a few times they quit because of there age or afraid of falling off and being hurt in my case it was both. If you can find a car port use that pull under it and your done short term or long you will use it and when your finished with camping you cars gets it.
people who got them find out they are a good idea at first but after a few times they quit...
Agree. Bought a rather expensive ADCO. Used it once. A lot of effort to put up, take down, and store. Long term parking under extreme conditions -- I would go through the effort. But for a couple months in decent weather --Not worth it to me.
I have a Classic Accessories PermaPro cover I used last winter. It is a two person operation getting it on and off but it did a good job and held up well in our Michigan winter which included a couple episodes of 60mph wind.
I used pool noodle pieces to cover all the sharp points around the top edge of the trailer and there were no areas on the cover that looked like they were stressed in any way.
John & Cheryl
2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn
2019 Palomino Solaire 202RB
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