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Rooftop cover

I have not had good luck with RV covers. I have a class A RV. The top of the last full RV cover I had rotted within a few months. Now because I am somewhat handicapped I am looking for a rooftop cover not a full cover. I specifically want a brand name "Tyvek" material because of its UV resistive quality. I have seen them for sale. But as of this writing and research with various RV cover companies, NO more rooftop covers for class A RV's are being made. Can anybody tell me where I can get enough Tyvek material to sufficiently cover a Class A that is 37 ft. long.? At this time the front upper cap of the my RV is oxidized by exposure to the sun and it looks terrible. It will cost between $1800 and $2500 to make it look like the rest of the RV.
blazenpm 10/27/21 09:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV roof protection

I appreciate all of the responses. I recently spent close to $1000.00 having my roof recaulked as a result of sitting in the storage lot baking in the oven of So. Cal. I really wasn't looking for the merits of covering or not covering. What I was looking for is: Does anyone out there know of a manufacture that makes "Tyvek" roof cover for a 37ft. Class A. If someone doesn't want to cover their RV when it sits outside, then that is certainly up to them. Believe me I have been RV ing for over 35 years and seen my share of roof damage from the California Sun. I am disabled to the extent that a full cover is not practical for me to deal with. I was thinking just a roof cover would be something that I and another person could handle.
blazenpm 09/17/21 09:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RV roof protection

I own a 37 ft. Forrestriver Georgetown XL Class A motorhome. It is stored outside in southern California. It gets real hot in the summer and other times. I have purchased a complete RV cover. The top rotted in less that 4 months. The cost to send it back to the manufacture at my expense by the way, was close to what I payed for it in the beginning. Anyway, I am looking just for a Tyvek roof cover. ADCO stopped making them. Does anybody know where I can get a Tyvek roof covering for my 37 ft. Class A motorhome?
blazenpm 09/16/21 07:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RV pulling a tow through San Francisco

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blazenpm 05/13/21 05:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RV pulling a tow through San Francisco

My bad, I knew that 5 did not go through S.F. but 101 does. I do remember going through that downtown area and yes watch your lanes. I think I will go around and avoid San Francisco. We are headed for the Sonoma County Fair grounds.
blazenpm 05/13/21 05:22pm Roads and Routes
RV towing on 5 through San Francisco

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blazenpm 05/13/21 01:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RV towing on 5 through San Francisco

My motorhome including my tow is a 60' rig. I am wondering if that is too long to go through San Francisco on State I-5? Anybody have similar experience?
blazenpm 05/13/21 01:10pm Roads and Routes
Road conditions

Can anyone provide me with information regarding the abilities of a 36' Class A with a tow vehicle traveling from Visalia,Ca. via Hwy 152 to Morgan Hill,Ca.? I just want to know if there would be any elevation or grades that would challenge my rig. Again this is Hwy 152 (Pacheco Pass) in Central California.
blazenpm 05/06/21 11:53am Class A Motorhomes
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