Rv Trailer covers?

The Peddler

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I bought an Adco Designer Series this year for my trailer. Wasn’t too spendy, but I am happy with all the tie-down straps, cinch straps, reinforcements, etc. It’s got some zippers to allow entry even when covered. It’s only been on the trailer for about a week though, so cannot comment on life expectancy.
 
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    Look for a used one. Lots of people buy one and find out it is too much effort to put on so they sell it. I used to buy them this way to cover my boat. Lasted about 4 to 5 years. Then I would buy another one. It was a great option to cover the boat. You should be able to get one for half off.
     
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    Polarbill1999

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    I bought an adco aquashed a few years ago. Used it through 2 winters so far. I wouldn't be surprised if I only get one or two more winters out of it. I don't necessarily think that is bad since it wasn't very expensive (200-300 bucks I think). It does have a couple holes where the cover wraps around a couple sharper edges and I had one strap rip out of the cover the first year because I tightened down too much at an angle.

    IIt is worth noting I keep the trailer in a spot that doesn't get much wind.

    So overall, not thrilled but not dissapointed in it. If you want something that will really last you will need to spend more money.
     
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    Captain Decent

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    Is a Costco style soft carport an option?

    ive battled those covers for long enough. Bitch to put on, bitch to take off, usually sustain damage within the first year. I always expected that the way I go out is probably going to be falling off a boat or rv while wrestling with one of these covers.

    I had a soft top carport for a little while and it was well worth the extra initial cost and setup
     
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    TwoTapPat

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    Is a Costco style soft carport an option?

    ive battled those covers for long enough. Bitch to put on, bitch to take off, usually sustain damage within the first year. I always expected that the way I go out is probably going to be falling off a boat or rv while wrestling with one of these covers.

    I had a soft top carport for a little while and it was well worth the extra initial cost and setup
    Unfortunately that's not a option
     
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    The Peddler

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    Maybe you can find an old pot shop billboard tarp?
     
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