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chrisking

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I just put on new tires and since my old tire covers were cracking need new ones. Had Adco that lasted for about 12 years. Went to localCamping World and they did not have Adco just Elements brand and found no reviews. I can order Adco on Amazon

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Order ADCO on Amazon. Probably cheaper and better quality than Elements, which I never heard of.

Just my opinion!

From experience I have found you can buy anything you need on line, cheaper than Camping World, if you have time to wait for it.

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All of my tire covers I've ever had came from camping world and they never did wear out - rather I sold the RVs they were on. I don't recall what brands they were.


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An old adage my dad taught me many many years ago. "Go with what you know" That sage advice has held up over the years. ADCO served you well for 12 years, I'd stick with them...Dennis


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I had the Elements,buy the Adco s

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Been using Adco since the very beginning. Replaced them only once.

Check WalMart. Sometimes (in some locations), WalMart stocks them. Or purchase them on line: WalMart - Adco tire covers - click here.

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Magna Shade makes the nicest tire covers on the market....check them out, I have six: https://magneshade.com/


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U Used tire covers when I was stuck for years without moving. When I finally called the tow truck and haulded it to the shop for a new (used) engine the covers hit the trash for they were shot.

Basically I do not recommend. If you get 'em make sure they block UV. most do not.


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I replaced my ADCO covers with the Elements covers a year or so ago. The Element covers are holding up very well. I washed mine off last month and was surprised how good they were holding up. My ADCO covers got hard and brittle but the Elements are still soft and pliable. I would recommend the Elements. And this is after using ADCO for 10 years.


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