Adco Single Axle Tyre Gard RV Wheel Covers Review and Installation

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Review and How to Install the Adco Single Axle Tyre Gard RV Wheel Covers


Adam: What's going on, everybody. Adam here with etrailer. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Adco Oak Camo Tire Gards. So these are going to be great to put on your guys's tires, whether it's just an RV here, or if you guys have a couple trailers or something like that down at the farm, and you're wanting to maybe kind of cover it all up. Maybe some of that nature will kind of come out and maybe it'll kind of block this tire from looking like a tire. This is going to be made of a thermoplastic polymer material.

It is going to be water-resistant and it's going to protect your tire from the UV rays that you get from the sun and also from the elements whenever storms roll through. So that's going to be great for protecting your guys's tires and it's just going to prolong the life of the tire.So it's going to prevent it from dry rotting or preventing those cracks from starting on our sidewalls here. So we have a lot of different sizes, what you guys need to do first is measure your tire. What we did is we measure it from the ground all the way to the top there and that's going to get you within the range of whatever cover you guys end up going with. As of right now, these are the 32 inch tires, but we do have sizes that are going to range from 18 to 22, all the way up to 43 to 45 inches.

We're definitely going to have the right size to fit whatever kind of trailer you guys have.And these are going to be great for if you guys are just camping out for a couple of weeks or even a month, or if you have a lot of those different trailers. Whether it's on a construction site or even just at the farm that just stays outside, you guys just bought tires and you just have a little bit more peace of mind putting a cover on there and then going back home and working for a week or so. The material's going to do most of the work when it comes to keeping all that water out, but where the two materials meet, we are going to have a double stitch going down so we can be rest assured that all that water is going to stay out of those little cracks too.And if you guys have some nicer wheels or something like that, and you guys don't really want them to be all scratched up, you guys have high winds or something like that, the cover is going to be flapping against your wheel. But underneath we are going to have a little bit softer material that isn't going to scratch you guys as rim, so don't worry about that. And with those high wind situation you guys might run into with the elastic on the back and then the bungee ball court on the bottom, it really isn't going anywhere.

So don't worry about putting this on for longer trips and then leaving and not knowing if it's going to be there when you get back. Because it will, it's really, really nice and tight over here. And it isn't really too difficult to get it tight. So let's go ahead and go over the installation process with you guys now. First thing we want to do is take our cover.

And on the back end, we're going to have a little elastic strap, pretty much going to put that over our tire and fish it in our wheel.Get to the top first, make sure that covers not folding underneath itself like it is for me right now. Start working it back there. You get the best fitment. So now we're going to go ahead and take our bungee ball cord here. And I'm going to go ahead and put the little loop section through first, pull it all the way through. And I'm going to fish the rest of the cord up and behind the tire to the other side. And now I'm going to go ahead and grab it on the other side, push it back through, and then we're going to send it all the way over, back to the ball on the other side, we are going to have to get down and grab it. Then we're going to go ahead and loop the loop around the ball on the end of our cord here, just like that. Once it's on there, we can make a little minor adjustments. So hug that tire and we're pretty much done.It does come in a pack of two. So we can go ahead and do that same exact process on the other side. All right guys, that's pretty much it for the video. So hope you guys enjoyed it. And again, this was the Adco Oak Camouflage Tire Gards.


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