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Old 09-16-2017, 08:04 PM   #1
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Class A RV Cover

We have a 36' 2001 Winnebago Journey DL motorhome and wanting to purchase an ADCO RV cover that will protect against UV rays, wind, rain and snow. Our motorhome doesn't have adjustable mirrors that we can turn in, from the pictures I have seen I'm not sure if they accommodate for the mirrors. Does anyone know? We are looking at the ADCO #34826.
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Welcome Irv2!

I'll give you same advice I give everyone who wants to waste, er spend their money. Don't waste your money. Why?

- your motor home is exposed to all the things you mentioned when you are using it. You don't cover it while you are using it, right?
- it's a pain to install it
- covers can damage your finish
- covers get torn up in the wind and rarely last a single winter
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