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Old 10-15-2007, 08:01 AM   #1
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Cover for Que

Does anybody use a cover for their Que? I do not have a building for my Que and don't want to leave it in storage so I was looking at various different covers. There are some breatheable fabric covers of good quality material offered it seems. Some of these companies even custom make them to fit your measurements.

Does anyone have any experience or opinions?

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Old 10-15-2007, 06:08 PM   #2
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I'll be keeping an eye on this one. I'd like to know too.
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Old 12-29-2007, 05:58 PM   #3
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Got my Adco custom cover in the other day from Camping World. I sprang for the best fabric as there was a good sale on it ($655.00.)

My son and i put it on day before yesterday (with some choice words shouted while going through the learning curve)

My opinion: I LOVE IT! It fit perfectly and and so did the tire covers they threw in. Once we figured out how to get it on.....it won't be so bad next time. It takes 2 people on step ladder working together.

It rained that first night and the water rolled off the Sunbrella fabric like it was waterproofed well. The fabric is also guaranteed to breathe and let moisture out.

The rear has a double zippered door to use for entry into the trailer.

Very pleased with this product and it should go a long way to keeping my Que stay clean, look new and be protected from damaging UV rays.

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Old 12-29-2007, 07:27 PM   #4
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Well as most of you know we traded in our 1950 for our 2499 and low and behold our nearly new ADCO RV Cover - SFS Aqua Shed - Top Panel 100" wide fitting RV's up to 20' does us no good!

We bought the cover new in 2005 - have only used it to cover the TT when it was in INDOOR winter storage (2 seasons)....we store the TT in a barn and used it to cover the TT in case birds got in..... The cover has never been in the outdoor sun, rain, sleet or snow...if you can believe that!

This cover is almost new! We paid almost $200.00 when we bought it! We are willing to sell it for $125.00 + actual cost of shipping.

If you or anyone you know is interested, please PM or e mail me.....DH wants it out of his attic storage!
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Old 01-01-2008, 06:09 PM   #5
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Kathy, if it weren't more than twice the size of the cover I need, I'd take you up on it...but the SunSpot is only 10' long and only 5 feet tall.

I meant to pick up a cover when I found out that the guy I'd bartered with for storage space lost his garage space and was going to pay me cash for the dog training consultation instead. Then we got hit with early snow, I got tied up in NYC with medical appointments, and...and...and...

So the SunSpot is in our spare condo parking lot, uncovered because now I can't cover it until we have a couple dry days in a row, and we're a little short on those just now (3 inches of snow this afternoon, and lake effect expected tomorrow.)

Aside from continuing to brush off snow accumulation and check the trailer regularly for dampness/water, any other suggestions until we hit the mid-winter thaw and I get a chance to toss a tarp on it?
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Kathy, if it weren't more than twice the size of the cover I need, I'd take you up on it...but the SunSpot is only 10' long and only 5 feet tall.
Well sooner or later someone will need one and hopefully they will remember mine!
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