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ADCO Tyvek RV Roof Cover, 36'1" to 40'

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ADCO PRODUCTS INC 733
Super lightweight RV roof cover installs in a few minutes and fits like a glove to protect your stored RV’s roof surface and roof-mounted accessories against UV, rain and snow.
Allows easy access to RV door and storage bays. Patent pending slip-seam strap design lets cover conform to all shapes and sizes of RVs. Patent pending tire anchor system keeps straps from touching RV exterior. Less cumbersome, more affordable and easier to put on and take off than a full RV cover. Tire anchor points fit any size tire. Includes storage bag. 2 year manufacturer's warranty.





Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 14.45 lbs.

Dimensions: 36’1” to 40'

Manufacturer: Adco Products Inc

Mfg Part #: 36049



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Reviews


ADCO Tyvek RV Roof Cover, 36'1" to 40': Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(2 Based on 6 Reviews)

Pros
Easy installation (3)
Good fit (2)
Good quality (2)
Easy to put on (1)
Good cover (1)
Cons
Confusing directions (2)
Does not cover slide awnings (1)
Difficult to install (1)
Had to unroll to see front marking (1)

Reviewed by 6 customers

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High quality product that fits well


0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
September 10, 2015
Recommend thoroughly reading instructions before going on motorhome roof. This will save you much frustration. Be sure the cover is folded as described. Instructions indicate slipping wheel tie downs over the wheels. This will not allow you to secure the cover straps tightly. I laid them on the ground and fed one of the metal bars behind and around the wheel aligning them as parallel as possible so the cover straps are securely attached and wouldn't slip. When on the roof and unrolling the cover from front of coach to rear, be sure there are no sharp objects that may snag the cover such as a retractable dish antenna. Two major things to consider: one person will have a nearly impossible time putting the cover on as the straps should be attached as soon as the cover is in position so as to prevent it from moving around and getting misaligned, and DO NOT ATTEMPT TO INSTALL IF THERE IS A WIND OR THE SLIGHTEST BREEZE. The cover will act like a kite and want to take off. I spent a half hour trying to keep it from blowing off the coach before we (2 of us) got enough straps attached to keep the cover in place for final cinching down. The cover fits great, covering most of the windshield and rear of the coach. Its been through a wind and rain storm and is still securely in place. Purchased the largest cover for a 38 foot class A and very happy with the product. Have received several positive comments from other coach owners.
Pros: Good fit, Secure tie downs, Good quality , Good cover
Cons: Had to unroll to see front marking, Confusing directions
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Roof cover


0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
November 22, 2015
I noticed a hole in the cover from the material rubbing on a clamp. Had to put a piece of duct tape over it. Cover went on easy, and is plenty long but needs to be at least a foot longer on each side to cover slide out awning covers. It does look nice, we'll see how it holds up in the Oregon winter.
Pros: Secure tie downs, Good quality , Looks nice, Easy installation
Cons: Add this side up to help first time installation , Should be wider , Does not cover slide awnings
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Poor quality product


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November 25, 2015
Would be lucky to get one season out of this. Stitching on tie downs is horrible quality, if you pull a little too tight, the stitching breaks away from the cheap plastic hasp. The Tyvek material is about the same quality as disposable painters coveralls. I previously had an Adco full cover (32' class A) which was better quality, but was too big to be stored onboard the coach, Adco needs to make this smaller cover more durable.
Pros: Easy to put on, Looks nice
Cons: Tears very easy , I would not buy again, Poor stitching, Not durable
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Will it interfere with small solar panel on roof?
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does the 40 ft length take into account all roof paraphanalia and still fit a 40ft phaeton with no problem?
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what is the warranty of the roof?
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