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Old 11-17-2015, 12:17 PM   #15
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Not sure if I had a dream or if I actually saw this but do they make a half cover for motor homes ? It would basically cover the roof and about half way down the sides ???
Yes there is a cover like this you mention. I have been thinking of one just to keep the sun off the roof and top edges. Roof Top Covers
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Old 11-17-2015, 12:33 PM   #16
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We cover our RV. Yes, it is a bit of work to use - because these covers are BIG!
The reason to cover is obvious, the RV sits in the elements and a cover will save the finish, seals and caulking, and soft materials (like a rubber roof). If it is marring the finish, it is the wrong size or is installed WRONG
X2 I had an Adco cover on my TT for 3 years and it never damaged anything. It also kept the exterior much cleaner than not using one.

3 - 4 years is the life expectancy. Mine would have probably have lasted longer if I would have thought to rotate it every time I put it on. The side that faced the sun shredded, while the backside was like new.
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