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Old 10-19-2021, 03:23 PM   #1
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Looking to buy a cover for my motor home for winter, who has the best and which ones to stay away from
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I cheaped-out and bought a 60'X40' farm tarp from Harbor Freight and a dozen elastic bungee cords. When I got home I installed extra "eyes" between the existing ones.
It took me an hour to put it over our 5er and lash it down.
The extra "eyes" and bungee cords worked great. I never did find any wear places on the RV, and the tarp stayed put all winter.
The only downside was sun rot ruined the tarp after 4 years of winter. The it was back to HF and buy another $70 tarp.
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We’ve used ADCO covers for our current Class A and the previous one. Right from Amazon. ADCO makes several series of covers. I guess ours is a “higher end” one but it works well. Breathable and durable with zippered access points. Get one as close to your size as possible to eliminate bunching and extra material. Cinch it snug. We’re kinda sheltered in trees so it doesn’t billow. Be sure to cover sharp corners. Bulky but not bad, I can do it myself but some help is nice. Going on 4 years with this one in MN and looks great. Cost has gone up, go figure.
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