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Old 01-02-2013, 03:50 PM   #1
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Question RV covers with 5 year warranty -

I just bought a 32 ft. Class A Coachman and need to invest in a quality cover with at least a 5 year warranty. Can anyone offer some reviews and advice on what I should consider?

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Old 01-02-2013, 04:07 PM   #2
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Tyvek has a 5 year warranty, but read it carefully. It covers material and workmanship.

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Mine on a previous coach lasted 3 years due to edges of slides,ladder just wore holes in it and I just covered it in the winter months Jan-April so you figure a total of 12 months use. I now have a metal carport with this coach that covers it all the time.
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Had a Tyvek that lasted 11 years. About November to March each winter.
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Thanks everyone - this information helps.
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I bought a Goldline cover for my Class A that was damaged in shipping. No fault of Goldline and they could have told me to fight it out with the shipper but instead sent me a brand new cover.
I haven't had the cover long enough to provide a review but the company sure as heck impressed me already!
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Originally Posted by az bound View Post
Tyvek has a 5 year warranty, but read it carefully. It covers material and workmanship.
What he said...we use a cover 'cuz of the SoCal sun. Midgrade covers wont last over 5 years * and the high grade covers are made from stuff like "sunbrella" canvas, but cost MUCH more.

*All covers will wear at the sharp and high points, so pick the type cover that works best for you and your budget.

Do a search here and you will see many opinions and suggestions for vendors....I just suggest you avoid the cheap bag style covers that lack corner zippers and elastic...these covers are really cheap and you get what you pay for.

Safe travels and best of luck!

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