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What's the best toy hauler cover? I live in Spokane, where we have a mix of rain, sun, wind, snow.

I see the adco ones on Amazon with mixed reviews. A forum search from 2011 mentioned calmark.

Please let me know your thoughts.


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We live in Kalispell, not too far from Spokane, and bought an ADCO cover last year. This will be our second season with it. It was on our trailer for 5 months through the snowy winter and worked well.

I was very impressed with the material on the cover and the way it secures with flexibility to adjust for a tight fit. Prior to using it the first time, we cut four 3 inch pieces off a pool noodle to attach to our rain gutters. Unfortunately, one came off over the winter and punctured a small hole in one corner of the cover, so we are going to secure the noodle pieces using saran wrap or duct tape to the trailer and repair the hole in the cover.

Overall, the ADCO cover worked well, though I don't expect to get more than 5 seasons out of it from reviews I have read.


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I have a calmark cover and would highly recommended. Their covers are custom fit to fit your coach exactly customer service is great you deal with them directly you can put as many doors or zippers in it as you want they come with a 7 year warranty a little bit more money than other covers but you pay for what you get.

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lak356 wrote:

I have a calmark cover and would highly recommended. Their covers are custom fit to fit your coach exactly customer service is great you deal with them directly you can put as many doors or zippers in it as you want they come with a 7 year warranty a little bit more money than other covers but you pay for what you get.


Thanks for the responses!!

How much is this cover? Online it says just to call them. But I'm curious if it's closer to $300 or $900. The latter i won't be making a call. [emoticon]

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Very happy with my Adco cover. Getting ready for season 3.


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2001400ex wrote:

lak356 wrote:

I have a calmark cover and would highly recommended. Their covers are custom fit to fit your coach exactly customer service is great you deal with them directly you can put as many doors or zippers in it as you want they come with a 7 year warranty a little bit more money than other covers but you pay for what you get.


Thanks for the responses!!

How much is this cover? Online it says just to call them. But I'm curious if it's closer to $300 or $900. The latter i won't be making a call. [emoticon]


They quoted me $700 for a truck camper cover. I bought a Classic Industries PloyPro 3 Deluxe cover from Amazon for less than $200. It's a good cover and looks well made. Looks like they have them toy haulers too.


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