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Old 10-31-2012, 12:30 PM   #1
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Travel Trailer Winter Cover

Over the past few years I have used those blue traps to cover my camper , now I would like to purchase a fitted cover for my Sunline 2054 . Would anyone like to recommend a brand name . This cover will be used in the harsh winters in New Hampshire . I made up some plywood covers of the a/c unit and roof vents to protect them . Thanks
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Old 10-31-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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I've looked at the ones in Camping World in Chichester. I'm not sure what's good or not, where they have 2 brands in stock and can order others.
I want to look into one of those rhino shelters to park mine in.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:39 AM   #3
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We bought the designer series Adco cover this year because it has Tyvec on the top. Best price was Camping World. Used silver tarps on prior campers with a frame we built out of strapping to support the tarp and allow snow to slide off. Our camper is bigger and we are older and hope the Adco will suffice. We live in Maine so while I cannot say now, in the spring I will be able to judge how well it does in snow. We plan to use the roof rake to keep it mostly clear of snow.
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Old 11-03-2012, 10:32 AM   #4
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I just ordered the designer series Adco cover from camping world yesterday this is my first time using a cover. camping world has a good sale going on till November 5 on covers plus free sipping.
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:00 AM   #5
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Thanks for your input, will check out camping world to see what they have and place an order, thanks to all that have replied , much appreciated
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:54 AM   #6
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We have an Adco Cover with the Tyvek roof for our Sunny. This will be the 5th winter that we've used it and it's still holding up well except for a couple rips from the wind and one zipper. I called Adco customer service and they sent me a patch kit for free to fix the rips. But the zippers remain a problem. They have a tendency not to mesh when you are trying to close them and now the one I use to access the door is broken and I have to use some velcro to close it. I haven't noticed any abnormal wear or anything on the camper exterior. We have had 12"+ of snow on top of it with no issues.
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I own the Saturn 1850 and am looking to cover it for the winter here in Colorado. We tend to get lots of snow and I'm not able to build a new winter home for my camper this year. I see amazon carries the Expedition RV Trailer Cover to Fit 18'-20' trailers. Amazon also carried the Traveler Series cover, and its listed as sold by Brookstone. Any comments? recommendations?
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I see Camping World has them on sale again online only, through November 26.

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Old 11-22-2012, 12:52 PM   #9
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Hey , thanks for the tip on covers on sale again , always puts a smile on my face to save a few dollars .......thanks again Gene
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Update on the winter cover. We had lots of snow this year (almost 100 inches) including a blizzard. Our Adco Designer series Tyvek cover held up well. We used bits of old carpet to cover the gutter ends before covering and with all the wind, no torn spots, zippers work and no chafing of paint. Very happy with the ease of use and how light it is to install. The only thing we did was if there was enough snow, we used the roof rake. Hope this helps.
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