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Anyone here using a full cover for their coach ? I'm considering one to keep dust and bird droppings off. My coach is 41 feet. Good / bad experiences ? Recommendations ?

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I do if it sits for a month or longer. It is a pain to install but has worked well with no paint damage as some talk about.

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In 2006 we covered our RV .We noticed damage from the wind rubbing the painted surfaces .Maybe today's covers are not as abrasive .Our 2008 Monaco sits outside, so we spend more time washing it .


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We have a full cover on our unit and are happy with it. Does a good job of keeping rain and snow off the roof. Just seemed like the logical thing to do in our climate.

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Posted: 01/02/12 07:32am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I bought a full cover for my 37' coach on E bay for around $100.00 I store inside and this cover is used to keep dust and bird******off of the unit.

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We also are in Illinois so winter is tuff sometime-we bought a ADCO cover works real good and has zippers by the door so we can check things out during the winter -no damage to exterior all though our MH is a 1991 which doesn't carry much of a luster anymore--Rich

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We have had good luck with ADCO Aquashed covers. Typically we only install it over the winter to keep the snow/ice off and in the spring to keep the pollen out (lots of hardwood trees in the yard). If you are physicaly able to climb onto the roof, the installation is not that difficult. Takes me 30 to 40 minutes if I do it myself, a little less with DW's help.

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