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Old 09-13-2017, 02:43 PM   #1
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Cover for Tiffin 31 SA - best manufacturer?

I want to cover the MH this winter (in NJ) and found several manufacturers .... Calmark, Camco, ADCO, Elements, EEVELLE ..... and would like to know what folks out there have used that they recommend (or advise to stay away from!). Many Thanks!!
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Save your money. Your motorhome does not need to be covered as it is designed to be out in the weather. Cover your tires, but not the whole rig. Here's some reasons:

- tie downs can scratch the coach
- moisture build up which causes mold/mildew problems
- covers rarely last more than one season
- installation is difficult
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I totally agree with Luvlabs. If you can't or don't want to do it yourself, have the rig professionally detailed twice a year. It will be money better spent.
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