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LyS 10-20-2020 05:13 PM

Cover opinions?
 
Hi there,
Sadly time to put the trailer into hibernation for the winter. Our storage is outside, and here in the Toronto area of Canada, we get some cold temperatures and snow. We are considering purchasing a cover for our 23iKSS. Wondering about opinions regarding to cover or not to cover, as well as brand suggestions from those in favour.
Thanks!

Jfkmk 10-20-2020 05:19 PM

We’ve been using the same Adco cover since 2012. There are a few patches because I didn’t pad sharp points enough, but overall it is still very serviceable. I just ordered a new Adco cover through e-trailer. Not because it wouldn’t make it another year or two, but because it is really tight on our trailer (bought it for a previous smaller tt).

Bikemobile 10-20-2020 06:37 PM

Ive had this one for 3 years now. We get a few feet of snow and -30 F in winter. This covee has been perfect!


Classic Accessories Over Drive PolyPRO3 Deluxe Travel Trailer Cover or Toy Hauler Cover, Fits 20' - 22' RVs (73263)
by Amazon.com
Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009HYQ54..._1s3JFbCCZQT7B

Chuck_S 10-22-2020 09:32 AM

Not sure about GTA but in NE Ohio snow belt I always stored my Roo (and boats and sports cars) every winter at the county fairgrounds. Indoors. November to April. No sun, snow, rain, etc. Certainly more expensive than buying a new cover every year but 5 months of indoor storage cuts the environmental damage potential by nearly half.

Down here in Richmond I store indoors all year round. My cover didn't last two years here. Found it on the ground around the trailer one day -- like sweat pants around your ankles when the string breaks. :)

-- Chuck


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