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Old 05-16-2010, 11:07 PM   #1
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I have recently purchased a 2004 Dolphin (36ft) and am wondering about RV Covers. There are different brands and materials out there. Anyone have any suggestions on what to look for or stay away from.
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Ours is an Adco. They seem to be the big manufacturer of covers. Shop around online when you decide. We ended up ordering ours from Camping World and getting their Presidents club card to get a discount. Shipping can be expensive. We went with the "Designer" cover that is tan with a graphic on the side apposed to gray for only a few dollars more. There are differences in material that depend on what climate you live in. Ours is Tyvec but we (for now) have it parked most of the winter in a nasty climate.

Take a close look at anything that sticks up and might poke a hole through. The little arms on one slide topper put a couple in our brand new cover. Two tennis balls with a knife slit fit over them and would have saved us patching it.
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