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morley

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Posted: 01/15/21 08:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

After over 10 years of great service the Adco cover for our 5er succumbed to an unbelievable wind storm we had this Wednesday night past. The front of the cover got badly torn (it was starting to get pretty thin already)
Looking for your suggestions on which model, brand of cover would be the best to purchase. We cover our 5er for the winter months from End of October to mid March each year.
We want something that will last hopefully as long as our current one did.
Thanks for your thoughts.


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morley wrote:

After over 10 years of great service the Adco cover for our 5er succumbed to an unbelievable wind storm we had this Wednesday night past. The front of the cover got badly torn (it was starting to get pretty thin already)
Looking for your suggestions on which model, brand of cover would be the best to purchase. We cover our 5er for the winter months from End of October to mid March each year.
We want something that will last hopefully as long as our current one did.
Thanks for your thoughts.
you want something that will last as long as the current one, why not buy the same one?

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Posted: 01/16/21 08:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ten years is fabulous. Buy a new one of the same type.


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Adco. Why would you switch?

MitchF150

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Yep, Just get another ADCO.. No cover is going to last "forever".

I've had ADCO covers over the last 18 years and the first one lasted at least 12 years and only got rid of it because the zippers finally gave up and it was pretty dirty.. Got a new one, then traded that trailer for a bigger one, so now have yet another ADCO for the new Rockwood.. Very happy so far.

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