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Old 07-21-2006, 08:55 PM   #1
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We are in the process of purchasing a new RV cover, the last one split in half after a bad storm....we live in Arizona and can't decide what will survive the sun and wind the best, any suggestions? or hints would be great....
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We are in the process of purchasing a new RV cover, the last one split in half after a bad storm....we live in Arizona and can't decide what will survive the sun and wind the best, any suggestions? or hints would be great....
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I just had my first one replaced under warranty by Classic Accessories since it only lasted one summer in Phoenix. It was the less expensive Polypropylene material. The new one has a 3 year warranty so maybe I can squeeze that out of it. It's made of the PolyPro III.

There are also the ADCO Tyvek covers which might last longer. I guess I'll try them next time.
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