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Old 05-27-2015, 12:23 PM   #1
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Tire Covers - What brand?

I did a search on tire covers but most of them talked about covering vs not covering. We want to get some but am wondering if there are some better than others and some easier to put on than others. Which brand do you have and do you like them?
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We got camco the double axel version for our tires. They have a cord on the back that allows you hold them in place from the wind. They are very very easy to install. Yes we cover them to protect them from the sun. The Sun is not friendly with rubber tires.
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If i remember correctly,got ours from Sportsman Supply, they have elastic around the top and stay on fine. Be sure to by them by tire size, not s,m,l,xl.
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I have had these Adco covers for about 3 years and in the weather in my drive. In my opinion they are great along with the cover in the winter.
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MagneShade tire covers. Exceptionally easy to put on and take off and look awesome. Home | Magne Shade | Sunshade for RV, RV Shade, Installs from the ground, Magnetic Shade, Magnet Shade
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