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Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long - All Climate + Wind - Gray

Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long - All Climate + Wind - Gray

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Live where strong winds come whistling through and need a cover to last without tearing
  • Hate the idea of having to use makeshift rain gutter guards - this cover comes with them

No, if you:

  • Are storing your camper for an extended length of time and want everything (including tires) to be covered
Throw this storage cover over your Class A motorhome to protect it while you're storing it for the season. The contoured cover conforms to the shape of your RV and secures with the integrated straps so it won't flap in the wind. Great Prices for the best rv covers from ADCO. Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long - All Climate + Wind - Gray part number AD74ZR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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ADCO RV Covers - AD74ZR

  • Class A RV Cover
  • Storage Covers
  • 34 Feet Long
  • 35 Feet Long
  • 36 Feet Long
  • 37 Feet Long
  • Gray
  • Best UV/Dust/Weather Protection
  • ADCO
  • All Climates

Throw this storage cover over your Class A motorhome to protect it while you're storing it for the season. The contoured cover conforms to the shape of your RV and secures with the integrated straps so it won't flap in the wind.


Features:

  • Cover shields your Class A motorhome from the elements during long-term storage
    • Lessens the need for frequent washing, waxing, and roof treatments
    • Extends the life of your RV and helps maintain resale value
  • White Olefin top panel blocks harmful UV rays that can cause cracking and fading
    • Beads water on contact to eliminate black streaks and corrosion
    • Stops dirt and dust particles from caking onto the surface of your RV
  • Triple-layer polypropylene side panels are non-abrasive and breathable
    • Gray sidewall design provides your RV with a contemporary look
  • Contoured design conforms to the shape of your trailer for a custom-fit look
  • Integrated straps and ropes prevent the cover from flapping in the wind and damaging your RV
    • Weighted straps buckle underneath your RV to secure the cover
    • Cinch ropes at the front and rear of the cover remove any excess slack
  • Zippered panels on the passenger's side give you easy access to the inside of your RV
  • Built-in vents reduce the interior buildup of mold and mildew
  • Ladder cap and rain gutter covers help keep the cover from tearing at those sharp points
  • Included storage bag lets you stash the cover away at the start of the camping season


Specs:

  • Application: Class A RVs that are 34' 1" - 37' long
  • Overall dimensions: 37' long x 8' 10" wide x 10' tall
  • 3-Year warranty


Adco Olefin Installed

Summer is over, and you're worried about your Class A motorhome getting dirty and damaged in storage during high winds, snow flurries, and spring thunderstorms. Whether you're storing your RV in the sunny south, rainy northwest, or snowy north, this heavy-duty cover is designed to protect your RV in any climate. When you keep your RV covered during the winter, you are less likely to need to wash and wax it at the start of the camping season. And if you want to trade your RV in for a newer model later down the road, this cover will help maintain that resale value.


The durable, high-density Olefin top panel won't crack or fade when exposed to harmful UV rays and won't let dirt and dust particles cake onto the surface of your RV. It also beads water when it rains to eliminate the black streaks and corrosion you tend to see on the sides and roof of your RV.


How to Measure Your Class A Motorhome


Adco How to Measure Class A RV

To determine if this cover will work for you, measure the overall length of your RV from the front bumper to the rear bumper, making sure you're accounting for any spare tire carriers and ladders on the back. Then measure the overall height from the bottom of the RV chassis to the top of the roof. Do not include any AC units, vents, or antennas in your height measurement, as the cover is already designed to accommodate them.


Securing the Cover onto Your RV


Adco Olefin Secured with Integrated Straps

The included ladder cap and rain gutter covers help prevent the cover from splitting on those areas of the RV, so install those first. Then unroll the cover and carefully spread it evenly around your motorhome, making sure you don't pull too hard and tear the fabric. Once the cover is in place, pull on the cinch ropes on the front and the rear until the cover fits snugly around the contours of your rig. These ropes remove any excess slack in the material, especially if your RV is slightly shorter in length. Then toss the weighted straps underneath your RV to the other side and buckle them together. These straps keep the cover secure on your RV, preventing it from flapping in the wind and damaging the paint job.


Adco Olefin Zippered Access Door

And if you still need to winterize or access one of the cargo compartments, you can use the zippered panels on the passenger's side to easily access the interior of your RV without having to completely remove the cover.



36826 Adco Olefin HD Designer Series Class A Motorhome Cover for RVs - Grey

Replaces Adco 290-34826





Video of Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long - All Climate + Wind - Gray

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Adco Olefin HD All-Climate + Wind RV Cover Review

Whenever we put our travel trailer or RV in storage we do want to cover it just to protect it for the months that we're not gonna be using it. And today we're taking a look at the ADCO Olefin HD cover. The ADCO cover is going to protect your travel trailer or RV from the dirt, rain, and also the UV rays. This works best for your long term storage solutions for all the different climates that you may have your travel trailer RV in. And it's also going to just keep its retail value whenever you try to resell, but also just preventing you to have to clean it more and wax it once you take it out of storage. The side panels are gonna have vents up top.

That's just going to help it breathe a little bit just to make sure that there's not gonna be any moisture build up or mold or mildew. And a whole entire side is gonna be made of a polypropylene triple layer, not abrasive material so it's not gonna scratch, but it's also gonna breathe. The top construction's made of the Olefin fabric and this is going to protect against the harmful UV rays, but also it's gonna bead the rainwater at contact, so it's not gonna seep in and it'll eventually make its way off the cover. You notice the little humps on top of our roof. Those are our vents in our AC units.

It fit over there pretty good. If you're storing your travel trailer or RV close to your house, or you forgot something on the inside we have a zipper over here on the passenger side. Once we undo all the little clips and stuff we'll be able to access our door and get to the interior. Also have another zipper on this side as well. And this is gonna give you pretty good access, once we undo everything and you can go ahead and kind of roll this up if you want, throw it on the roof but now we have access to our door.

To access the inside, unzip the two zippers, disconnect everything holding that panel in, roll it up, and you do have some hook and loop up top that you can secure. There's gonna be one in the front, one in the middle, and one in the back, which gives you plenty of access even with the door to get in. What also comes in the kit is some RV water spout covers. We don't have any on our RV, but if you do have 'em you're gonna put these on first before you put the whole entire cover on, this is just gonna make sure it's not gonna rip the cover that we put on. And also it has a ladder cover as well.

It's just gonna go on the top of the ladder if it's a little sharp, ours wasn't, so you can put this on first as well, just to add an extra little barrier. There's a couple different ways to find the right cover for you. You can use the fit guide, which is at the center on the top of our website and that you can put your year, make, and model of the travel trailer or your RV to get the right one fitted for it. But also you can go by length, so just measure from the very front all the way to the very back. And, and that's another way you can find the right cover for your RV. Well, we took it down. We pretty much took it down and folded it like we did originally. So now it's kind of ready to bring back up on top for next time, the storage bag might fit around it, but this is just to give you an idea of where you're really gonna store it, how it's gonna store, really living with it. I would think definitely garage or basement, at least for my situation Do your best and try to get it in this storage bag Tighter the roll, the better it's gonna go in the storage case. I have it in the bag and I have all the excess parts like our ladder cover and our gutters covers in here as well. Now, once you're done, there's gonna be two little pull strings. You can pull this to cinch everything tight and tie it up and put it away in storage. It's gonna be a little difficult to get up there for the first time. It's gonna be a little difficult to get in the bag but it's only a one time, a year thing to put it up. And one time, a year thing to store it. That's what you get with all the covers on our site. None of them are gonna be super easy compared to the others. But we're gonna run you through the whole entire installation process right now. Right when you get your cover out of the box, just pay attention to how it's kind of rolled up. It's not gonna repack this pretty most likely. So just take note of that. Now what we wanna do, we wanna roll it out. And the goal here is to identify the front first there's gonna be a tag in here. So we'll find that. The tag looks like this. It's gonna say front. There's also gonna be another one that says rear. So identify those. And we're gonna keep the front towards one side. And then the rear to the other side. The goal here now is to get the outside of the cover to be on the outside. So identify that, you can notice that some of the stitching and stuff is on the outside, along with our little straps. So start to kind of fold that in on both sides all the way down throughout the length of the cover. Now, with it folded in and the outside facing out, we're gonna start on the rear side of our cover and let's roll this up. And we're gonna leave a little bit of excess on the end, right here. Then you can carry all this to the back of our motor home. Now we can take our cover, the front side that we left unrolled, and we're gonna climb up this ladder and start to bring it all the way to the front of an RV. And as you're pulling this it's gonna unravel what we rolled up earlier, and bring this all the way to the front. Try to stay away from any sharp edges or anything. Now that we have pretty much all the excess. You do wanna maybe bring a little bit more over the edge and then we can start kind of flapping everything out. And then again, go down the sides and start draping our cover over. There's a little seam of white and gray where it meets, the white's gonna go on your roof and the gray's gonna go down. So you can use that as a reference point to make sure it lines up with the corner of the side and the top of our RV. Once the sides are pretty much taken care of we can start to kind of roll the front over get it kind of lined up to where we want it. There's no secret sauce to this. You just kind of have to really handle the cover and work with it nice and slow, especially since we're up top here. If you do have some antennas like this and you are concerned that it's going to bend or break your antenna you could always cut the cover a little bit just to make sure it's not going to damage anything that's on top of your RV. One thing that I did, I just removed the antennas. So for the long term storage solutions I would just take 'em off. You're not gonna be using them just storm 'em somewhere safely. Now that we have everything pretty much even on the right and the left and we have the back snugged up as much as we can, we can take the excess, that we have, to drape it over, our front. And then, we can come on down. The goal here is to get it to where we can at least grab it from the bottom. So we don't have to come back up here anymore. I think we are good there so we can get off the top. Starting at the back at the rear, we're gonna take our little straps right here. I'm gonna start with the bottom one. We're gonna go from one bottom strap to, this on the other side, and then we can pull this pretty tight. I'm not gonna pull it all the way right now. I'm just gonna kind of get everything connected, but it still is relatively tight. There's one more up top. We can do, like that. Now that the back is secured, we can go and start doing some of the ones on the bottom in the back. We're gonna have these little short straps and it has weights on them. So grab these and we're gonna use this side to connect to our straps. It's gonna make it a lot easier to get it underneath the whole entire rig. So you don't have to crawl underneath there. So connect them, grab the weights and slide 'em on over. You can pull the rest through on the other side, we wanna make sure they're not tangled up or anything. This one is farther forward than this one. So we're gonna disconnect our weights, cuz we will use these for all the clips underneath and then we can line it up with the one right across from the strap. Pull this down a little bit, just to get the tension going but we'll tighten all this stuff up at the very end. Same thing with the front, just connect these two straps across each other. Then we can do the same as we did in the back with the bottom two straps. Now that all the straps are connected, we can go through and tighten 'em all up and there's gonna be one more thing to do on the corners here. So really short straps. Their not gonna do a whole lot but might as well connect them. It's just gonna protect those corners. Keep it a little bit tighter than it was if we weren't to hook these up. Most likely you're gonna have to pull it all the way, especially if it covers a little bigger, but we're gonna have that for all of the four sides on the bottom and also on top. May as well protect your investment whenever you're storing it. And that's pretty much it for a look at the ADCO Olefin HD cover..

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Customer Reviews

Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long - All Climate + Wind - Gray - AD74ZR

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (277 Customer Reviews)

Throw this storage cover over your Class A motorhome to protect it while you're storing it for the season. The contoured cover conforms to the shape of your RV and secures with the integrated straps so it won't flap in the wind.

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Your customer service was easy to work with and answered all my questions and delivery was quick. Cover fits just right




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Haven't opened the box yet, don't want to drag this monster out and then have to put it away till the fall. Subsequently, won't have a review till I actually go to use it. Fitment shows 34 to 37 feet. My Class A is 36 feet 6 inches....we'll see how it fits.


Comments
We would love to hear your feedback when you are able to use the item. You can always update your review by clicking the link that was sent to you via email.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 08/22/2022


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Good quality overall. One of the strap clips broke as I was throwing it to the other side. Could be a little heavier duty. Also, the storage bag is about half the size of the box that the cover came in. I doubt if it will fit in there.
Looks nice and fit well. I would recommend this cover!




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Product is as advertised, arrived sooner than expected.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


I have a 34'8" Reflection 28BH 5th wheel RV. Good fit with plenty of straps to secure the cover to the RV. Very good quality with nice stitching throughout. Bulky and a bit too heavy to install by one person on this type of RV. Recommend having an assistant to help place it over the roof and obstacles such as the A/C unit and vent housings. Installation took about an hour. Much easier if one person is on the roof to pull it up, unroll it, and position the cover. Installation instructions are adequate, but watching a video helps with the procedure if you haven't done this before. Mating and positioning the strap ends required some trial and error for best fit. The zippered access openings are correctly placed to allow access to the side door. The rear panel provides access if you have a toy hauler. There are no wheel covers provided, and wheel coverage is about 75%. So far pleased with this ADCO cover.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


The website said this cover would fit my specific motorhome - An Entegra Vision 27A, which is 30' long 8.5' wide and 12'5" high including A/c and satellite. This cover is supposed to be "up to 31' long", but overlaps in the front and back at least 2' and doesn't reach all the way to the bottom of the coach. I'm afraid it might tear if I tighten the bottom straps too much. A couple of them barely reach all the way underneath the coach. Otherwise, it was fairly easy to put on and take off.


Comments
The dimensions of this cover are 31 feet long x 8 feet 10 inches wide x 9 feet 6 inches tall. I checked and we do not have a taller one to offer.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/17/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


Looks like a nice cover, but we bought it for a 20’ Carson Racer trailer and it’s more than a foot too short! The trailer measures exactly 20’ and it’s way too short! Bummer!!


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You mentioned that it was too short. I wanted to make sure that are measuring the length of the front bumper to rear bumper including spare tire or ladder, where applicable and the sidewall height from the undercarriage to the top of the natural roof line.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 08/09/2022
Our trailer is an unmodified Carson Racer 20’ rectangle box. It measures exactly 20’ long. Cover was way too short! Ended up ordering the 20-22’ cover and it fits perfectly with a small amount of extra room. You can see in the picture that if we put the back end where it needed to be, it would not fit over the front at all! We tried positioning the top white part before letting the sides down. Nothing worked. Definitely not the right size by the manufacturer.
-- comment by: Chris - 08/09/2022
I am sorry that it was not a fit. With the camper being exactly 20 feet I recommend using the next size up cover which would be part # AD47ZR
Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Travel Trailers up to 22' - All Climate + Wind - Gray
$338.78
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-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 08/09/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


I have a 2018 Lance 1995. This is the right size cover for this trailer. This is a good universal type cover ,but it is not a custom fit. This cover looks like it will work fine, but since the trailer has a curved from section it does not fit as well in the front as it does in the back. I have had to use bungee cords to help take up the slack and make a area for water to drain off the roof. I had to decide to either cover the propane tanks or the read bumper. I chose the tanks. If you get the next size up there will be too much cover and you will have issues dealing with the extra material. This cover is just long enough to reach the bottom of the siding with no extra material. It was arrived quickly from E Trailer. I suggest watching the installation video. It was helpful.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


The ADCO olefin cover works well. It fits and secures well for high winds,rain & snow.
No leaks or wear marks on finish after 6 months of use. It looks exactly the same as when I purchased it. It’s just been installed for the second year & I’m sure I will be reusing again in the following years.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


2 people installed the cover today in a light wind. I am a mechanical designer. I am not receiving any compensation for this review. This is our first cover going on our first RV. We ordered/received the the 22' long cover for the trailer which measures ~22' bumper to hitch ball plus some for the spare tire on the bumper. I am happy with the fit though it looks like it would fit a trailer whose "box" is about 3' longer and still go over the tanks and spare tire. I thought the ordering instructions said to include the tanks in the front and the bumper/spare tire in the back when determining the length.

There were no instructions except to "dull" sharp corners. The little foam tubes went on the gutter ends and I used black tape around sharp points on the bottom.

The only bad thing about the cover are the buckles/buckles: they worked but 1) they are too light duty, too weak, and the sections too thin in my opinion and 2) the design stinks because I want to hold the female end right where you press to release the buckle which was annoying but I figured out how to do it and it was more awkward than it needed to be considering other similar buckle types.

I got on the roof to pull the cover over from the side (not the front or back) over the ac, tv antenna, bathroom vent, etc and that worked well. It was too hard to pull the cover over the first top corner with me on a ladder and wife on the ground. If I could not get on the roof, we both would need to be on ladders. Or tie a rope to the straps and try to pull it over the top. Maybe try to pull it over from the front.

The fit is very good: good width, more than enough length and good height. I am glad the height was no taller so as to keep it from wrapping around the bottom which is sharp and the trim ends are sharp. We connected the underneath straps first, then the front and back then cinched the top and bottom corners to pull the whole thing tight along the perimeter.

All of the buckles are the same so I was able to repurpose some straps to wrap around the spare tire and bumper and connect to some other buckles for a better tie down arrangement. I would have liked a strap in the front middle to tie down under the tanks.

Otherwise, there are just the right number of straps underneath. I don't think more would help and less would make me nervous.

There are 2 flaps zipped on one side for a door at the front and/or the rear. I unzipped the front flap, sloppily rolled it up and attached the 3 velcro straps that hold the roll up. I had to undo 1 bottom strap from the flap so I need to rereview this after we have a good wind/rain storm but I think it will be ok. See pics. The trailer is parked in between a tree, shrubs, the house and the neighbors house so it is somewhat protected from some wind. Someone else may need to add a tie along the side bottom to take the place of the rolled up flap. When the flap is down, zipped, it is velcro'd at the bottom to the cover.

The perimeter cinch straps have a sleeve layered on top of the sleeve the strap is in which is great for 2 reasons. 1) you can stick your finger in it to grab it to push the cover back and pull out the strap, then 2) you can regrab it while pulling the strap through the buckle and keep the stress off the strap. This will keep the strap from scrapping and wearing while pulling through the buckle. I took pics and a video of this. And 3), this is another sleeve you can run a line through if needed.

Overall, I am very happy with this cover! It is reasonably thick material, aerated and the holes are covered with a flap to keep rain out, has a lot of straps which are well attached to the cover. The installation went better than expected at ~ 45 minutes and next time I expect to do it in half the time. The door access is a great feature. The cover went over the spare tire and the dual 20 lb tanks plus batteries in the front. One of the pics has the trailer model so you can see for yourself how well this cover fits this trailer. I expect this cover to last until a sharp corner some place tears a hole or the sun finally gets to it. The cover comes with a bag but I have not used it yet. And found a piece of velcro but not sure what for.

PS: Finally looked at the storage bag and found the instructions, self adhesive material to fix holes and weights that can be attached to the straps to throw underneath the vehicle (not over b/c the weight could break a window or make a dent) in a side pocket.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


The quality of this cover is great. I considered going with a cheaper cover but am glad I didn't. One note: I didn't measure the actual length of my trailer as the etrailer instructions recommended. It turns out it is 24 feet even though the trailer specs say 27 feet. It all worked out ok for me because the additional length of the cover protects the propane tanks and batteries but I will pay more attention to their recommendations in the future. The etrailer site is loaded with really good information. Thank you.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


The quality and fit are very nice. For reference, my Outdoor RV measured 20'10" and additional 16" for the spare tire for total 22'2" Plenty of room to install. The roof fabric was ample for the AC unit. Also noted the cover is full grey material and the white top is added over the grey to make the roof double thick which is a nice bonus. Please note that the manufacturer's paperwork says this cover is NOT water proof.




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


Pretty easy to install by yourself if there’s no wind. The 22’ to 24’ cover fit perfectly on our 26’ TT (23’ box). Corners pull in nicely and end straps work well. Plenty of under-trailer straps. Zippers for entry to the TT door are nice. It’s not been on long so we’ll see how it does this winter.


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Our cover has been on for one winter here on Colorado’s Easter slope. When I took it off in the spring of ‘22 it had a few tears and worn spots. Most worn or torn spots were at the solar panels and roof outcroppings. One tear was at a gutter where a cushion apparently fell off last fall. I thought it was worth patching and using it again this winter. I cut up a pool noodle to cover sharp edges before installing it this fall. I’ll be surprised if it makes it through this winter. Regardless, I’m satisfied with the protection it offered
David - 11/11/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


We have been very happy with the service and updates given to us on the cover for our Winnebago View 24D. Our cover came damaged and it was replaced right away. The new one fits the RV great as you can see in the photos




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


The ordering process was extremely easy and the website is user friendly. The cover we ordered fits perfectly and looks great. My husband and son covered the camper with no issues and the process was easy. The front and back are labeled so that was nice. Thank you so much etrailer!




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


Great quality cover. Ordering and delivery simple and fast. So happy I found their site.


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This is our second season using the cover. Still holding up very well. Couldn’t be more pleased with the purchase of this cover.
John - 12/10/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


This cover is an awesome fit and seems to be very well made. I have had a few covers on other campers we had and none fit this nice. I hope this holds up well it seems to be made well and I think the good fit will help.


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I have had this cover for more than a year now and the cover is holding up very well. We have had some very high winds this year and there are no rips or even stress points. I love this cover so far.
Bernie Z - 12/27/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


Didn’t last the year. The front portion that covers the propane tank area, it faces the sun here in Bakersfield, California. It’s just sun damaged and tearing and coming apart where ever you touch it. The sides and areas that aren’t directly facing the sun are still in tact. It gets 110*
In the summer and summer lasts 6 months, need to get another cover, just won’t be this one. The tire covers work fine.


Comments
The sun can take a toll on RV covers however the cover does have a three-year warranty. I am happy to send you the warranty details if interested.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/30/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


Second Adco cover as first cover went with our first trailer when sold and needed new cover for new trailer. Was hoping using type, model and year of trailer on etrailer site would give correct size and it did! Fits perfectly and the two hours we allotted for this task was over kill. Had it done in less than half that. Keeps the leaves and pollen off RV when not in use and protects from snow and ice damage during outdoor storage in winter. Hoping it lasts and gives good service like our previous cover.


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Great. Took less time than last year except that I had to redo the corner and upper straps as we didnt realize they slid through that the tightening strap must be fed through the loops, otherwise, cant tighten properly. Easier to snug up. Seemed to have missed that last year. The cover did keep our trailer clean and protected last winter... well worth the cost!
Rod T - 11/09/2022


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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


We chose this cover due to its construction and material; we needed a cover for protection against wet Pacific Northwest winters. We relied heavily on previous customer reviews to make our choice. Our order was filled quickly, despite weather delays in shipping. The cover was received in excellent condition, and was easy to unpackage. Highly recommend watching the installation video BEFORE installing, as it will greatly help. Or any installation video on adcoprod.com.
The cover took a couple hours for me to install by myself, and would likely install quicker with a helper. Additionally, our toy hauler has solar panels, and care should be taken to avoid the sharp corners on the panels. We ordered the 43 foot cover for our 41 foot trailer, and despite being oversized, the corners have cinch straps to tighten the cover. Plenty of straps to keep the cover from blowing around, and zippered access to the main entry door and rear ramp door. We are impressed with the construction and the fit, and got our rig covered in time for the next rainstorm. Time will tell about water resistance and durability, but so far, so good!




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Review from a similar Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover in RV Covers


This review is for fit and installation. The fit is good. Just a little short. Installation is easy. Took about an hour. I will review again in the spring as to the condition of the cover and camper.



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    For a 35 foot Class A motorhome,the best storage cover is an all-climate option from Adco: - Adco Olefin HD All-Climate + Wind RV Cover # AD74ZR The Adco # AD74ZR cover is the best because it is specifically designed to offer your trailer the best protection against all the elements Mother Nature can throw at it, from rain, to snow, to wind. The reason it can withstand that is because of its top layer of Olefin HD fabric - which is an extremely durable and high-density fabric that beads...
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  • Recommended RV Storage Cover For A 2021 Dynamax Isata 5 36DS Class C Motorhome
    You're correct that there isn't an exact match for your 2021 Dynamax Isata 5 36DS Class C motorhome, but the Adco Olefin HD All-Climate + Wind RV Cover for Class A Motorhome # AD74ZR you were looking at is going to be the closest fit. The Olefin HD travel trailer cover works best for long-term storage in all climates. Cinch ropes at front and rear of cover will remove slack and reduce billowing while weighted straps with buckles secure the cover under vehicle to prevent the cover from...
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  • Recommended RV Cover For A 2016 Fleetwood Bounder 34K
    You are correct, the Adco Olefin HD RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes up to 37' Long # AD74ZR that you mentioned is the correct cover for your 2016 Fleetwood Bounder 35K. Additionally, the RV cover # AD74ZR is the exact same as Adco's 36826, there is no difference. # AD74ZR is just our part number for 36826.
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  • Recommended Storage Cover for Holiday Rambler Ambassador Motorhome with Rear Mounted Satellite Dish
    I suggest the Adco Olefin HD All-Climate RV Cover for Class A Motorhomes, # AD74ZR. This is for Class A motorhomes up to 37 feet. The, # AD64ZR is for up to 34 feet and will work just fine with the attached ladder but if you have need extra fabric due to a satellite dish, then the 37 foot # AD74ZR may be a better option. Each option has cinch ropes at front and rear of cover to remove slack.
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  • All Weather Heavy Duty Storage Cover For 34 Foot Class A Motorhome
    We have what you need. Adco Olefin HD All-Climate + Wind RV Cover for Class A Motorhome - Up to 37' Long - Gray # AD74ZR. This is an all climate heavy duty storage cover. It will work in the desert or the artic and everywhere in-between. It will block UV rays, beads water on contact, has built in vents to help prevent billowing in the wind. The fabric will breath to let moisture out and prevent mold and black streaks. I also recommend getting something to help with the long term odors...
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