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Old 04-23-2009, 12:19 AM   #1
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We have a Damon Daybreak 3270 here in England, as its kept outside all year we need an RV Cover, any idea where in the USA we can order one form

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Old 04-27-2009, 05:08 PM   #2
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Camping World has a good selection shipping should be a killler

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Old 04-27-2009, 08:42 PM   #3
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From what I have read the cover can be worse than leaving it out in the weather.Movement from wind can cause chafing and wear holes in the paint.

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We ordered ours from RVUpgrades - one of the sponsors of this site.

That said, you might wanna check out this previous discussion on rv covers & also check out my photos linked in that thread. Bldrbob is correct that cover movement from wind can rub. A cover should fit snug, but not too tight, so rubbing is minimalized. I shoulda ordered the next size smaller, since I didn't go custom, to get a better fit than the one I got. Lesson learned: we're, most likely, gonna build an rv port this summer.

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I have one on my full body paint Tiffin Class A and anytime I am not using it for 2 weeks or more, I cover it up. But first I completely wash and allow it to dry. I have not had any issues with rubbing etc and I guess that a cover will last me 3 years in the SE-USA. Then it will be worn enough for replacement. But its a small price compared to the sun damage I am saving and resell advantage on the RV

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Thanks for your replies, any websites would be of help!
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Adco makes a nice product. We never had a problem with rubbing on our travel trailer. They recommend a rather loose fit, and advise that you not cinch it too tight. We followed that advice and no scratches or abrasions occurred. It's a breathable material and seemed to do a good job with water protection, never staying wet underneath.
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Old 04-30-2009, 06:53 AM   #8
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Adco covers w/Tyvek top is a fine product. Used it for 3 years and the rig looked better than new when I finally sold it. No sun fade, no scratches, no tree sap, no heavy rain seeping into joints, perfect.

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