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Old 02-10-2016, 10:51 PM   #1
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I have a Winnebago Travato and need to cover it. any suggestions on the best brand and covers, any to stay away from

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Old 02-12-2016, 09:54 AM   #2
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This is ADCO's Class B cover on the Travato.



It fits OK on the sides, top and back. It's a little poochy in front and I take up the extra with some small spring clamps, the ones with the orange vinyl handles. You can tie the cover down with the included straps and rope tight enough so that the wind won't whip it. Like all covers, it's a bit fiddly to get on and you must remove (unscrew) both radio antennas. Depending on where the rear antenna decides to separate, you may or may not have to protect the cover from a piercing. No big deal.

When the sun kills this one in two or three years, hopefully someone will have come up with a Promaster specific cover. I rate this cover a B.

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FWIW: There are lots of people who think that vehicle covers do more harm than good, due to abrasion caused by the fabric and grit associated with the cover flapping in the wind, and also due to the trapping of moisture.

I personally simply close off the windows to protect the interior from sunlight. Modern automotive paints are pretty darn resilient.
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I knew you'd chime in.
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What avanti said.....
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