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Old 10-12-2019, 06:32 PM   #1
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Looking for a quality 5th wheel cover 40ft

I have a 2019 40ft 351M Momentum Grand Design toy hauler.



I tell you, I have been researching covers and I am at a loss as to what to pull the trigger on.

I find one I think will do the trick and then read the reviews or should I say the nightmares people have reported on.


I live in Minnesota and it will be stored outside. Rain, wind, snow and bitterly cold for weather.
As of this date we have already had snow, rain and in the 30's for highs. Not allot of snow, just enough to remind me that I live in the frozen tundra and to get ready.


Any suggestions? Make and model numbers would be very helpful.
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FWIW, the wind blowing against the cover can create abrasion marks on the paint.
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Having a custom cover made is going to ensure the best fit; however, it could prove quite expensive. The "one size fits all' will give you 2-3 years, or at least that's what I'm getting in Texas summers and wind. If you tie it down good there won't be any flapping. Just pad the corners and anything that could tear the cover. Get one 2-3 feet longer than the camper to give enough allowances for the AC units.

ADCO or Camco seem to be the most popular brands. I currently have the cheapest ADCO on Amazon for my camper. I can start to see some tears, so I've probably got another couple of years, then it will be another cheap one.
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We use an ADCO with Tyvek too on our Momentum 350M in Ohio and it does a nice job. Life expectancy is 3-5 years though. Ours is going on 4th year and has one small tear.
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