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Old 10-17-2012, 09:44 PM   #1
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A class cover

Just looked at an advert for covers from CW , any advice on best fabric and prices
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:54 PM   #2
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Just bought & installed an ADCO from CW. I did not search the continent but the price from CW seemed to be pretty good for a 42' cover for $412. However, I see them on the ADCO website on a clearance sale (some sizes are sold out) for less than CW.
It was simple to install with two people and seems to be fairly well made. I guess we will see how well come spring. Bought the "unconditional CW warranty" for 3 years just in case.
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We use a Formosa from an Amazon ad. We don't have the ca$h for covered storage but the SoCal sun makes it worth the time to install and remove.

Adco, and the other mid level covers like the Formosa will serve well being made from a water weeping material.

I would avoid the less expensive "bag" style covers that don't have straps on the ends...too much flap in the wind.

I have a custom made cover for my boat made from Sunbrella material and it is awesome, but would have cost $1,200 for my 37' RV...so the mid-grade cover was the way for me to go. I know it will only last about 3 years, but thats OK at about $250 thats almost 5 times less expensive.
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We use a Formosa from an Amazon ad. We don't have the ca$h for covered storage but the SoCal sun makes it worth the time to install and remove.

Adco, and the other mid level covers like the Formosa will serve well being made from a water weeping material.

I would avoid the less expensive "bag" style covers that don't have straps on the ends...too much flap in the wind.

I have a custom made cover for my boat made from Sunbrella material and it is awesome, but would have cost $1,200 for my 37' RV...so the mid-grade cover was the way for me to go. I know it will only last about 3 years, but thats OK at about $250 thats almost 5 times less expensive.
Interesting, that was my logic when I purchased the ADCO. If I get 3 years I will be happy. If all goes to my plan, I won't need it for a while anyway.
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