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Old 06-19-2015, 07:13 AM   #1
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newbie to class a need advise covers

I have a new Winnebago 37F that I store behind my house. It is between a tree and the house and a RV garage would prevent me from putting the unit in place. My question is are the fabric covers any good and worth the money. What experiences have you had and what brand to buy.

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I bought one of the best semi-custom covers available from Adco. I used it for one season. It did a good job of protecting the coach same model as yours. [ moderator edit ]
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Putting a cover on and taking it off are monumental tasks. Our used purchase came with one and, after looking it over and weighing it, I decided it would not be used, except by the next owner.

Also, my MH had a rubber roof, The owner's guide said not to walk on it, which is why the rig had a roof-access ladder??
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I had one for a 24' WGO View. It was a major PITA and caused rub spots regardless of how tightly I secured it. Other than places like AZ where the sun is just a preview of my final retirement home, I wouldn't bother. As pointed out in other threads about covers, RVs are designed to be outside. Some rain, snow or sun isn't going to hurt it.

If the tree drips sap and or other nasty secretions, I'd rather consider cutting down the tree. Then, you'd have room for a simple open-ended structure to keep it dry and shaded.
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Thanks all, I believe I have my answer and will not get one.
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I used one one my previous RV but only during the winter storage I was to lazy to take it on and off during the summer it lasted about 4 years. There is nothing better than a carport just pull in and forget it.
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