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Old 03-19-2016, 08:26 AM   #15
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Thanks for the insight everyone. I chose to purchase an Element cover and installed it before a big snow and windstorm of about 40 mph we received in Denver this week. Checked on it today and all was well, very secure. I did cut some slits into tennis balls and put them over the drip edges to help with those not cutting into the material. Everything looks good for now. It took me about 30 minutes by myself to install it this time. Next time I think I will be able to get it down to about 15 minutes now that I know what I am doing and with my wife helping possibly 10 minutes. I'm pretty happy right now with the purchase, I will keep you posted if anything changes.

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Old 03-19-2016, 09:50 AM   #16
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My father had always used an RV cover and his Coaches have always looked great. He is no longer with us so I could not ask him this. I am considering an RV cover and going to buy it from camping world. They are offering a four year warranty for parts and labor for $99.00 it covers wind, rain, hail damage and normal wear and tear. I was wondering if anyone has purchased this warranty and had to use it. If so, what did the warranty cover.
Looking forward to hearing your responses.
Camping World lost their way when they were bought out and are no longer a quality organization. Go anywhere else.

You really have to have a lot of motivation to cover a motor home. And it has to be cleaned before you cover it. Praise to you and your Dad if you have that kind of motivation.

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