Heavy-duty flannel-backed vinyl reflects heat and light and repels liquids. To determine correct size, measure tire diameter from tread edge to tread edge, across center of wheel cover. NOTE: All 19.5" wheels require #21648. Add 1"-2" to diameter for protruding wheel covers. Price is for a pair.
Since I have owned my RV for over 11 years, protecting the tires from the sun and elements by using tire covers has been the easie...st way. I just purchased my third generation of tire covers and not much has changed...they are still very good and should least 3 years. The only drawback is the elastic bungee chord. If you are putting the cover on your front tire, getting the bungee cord around the back of the tire requires you to get on knees (usually gravel or mud is present when I attempt this) and bunch up the cord to throw around the back of the tire...then you pull it around the tire and pull the loop over over the knobbie. No problem, if you are wearing pants that you don't mind getting dirty ( or scrapped knees)...not to mention the reaching behind the wheel when I quite did not make a good throw. As for my back dual tires....the bugee cord is useless...I just attach it to a metal strut.
My hope is the company that makes these covers considers how to attach the covers when you have dual tires, as well as the ease secure the covers with a little more ease.
I have found it easiest to mount the cover on my boat trailer by wrapping the cover over the tire then coupling the bungie in fron...t of the tire. Then simply lift the coupled bungie over the top of the tire and pull it down around it as low as you can get it. This eliminates getting low on the ground and reaching around the tire at ground level while trying to couple the bungie. Saves time, effort and expletives.
I agree with the previous review, you've got to get down on your knees and fish the cord around which is inconvenient. I did find ...a way with the duallys to bring the bungee cord around the front of the tire after fishing it between the duallys, and this method works well.
If your in need of these now is the time to purchase them ,while there
still on sale. We purchased ours and the installation wa...s a breeze,so
if you need protection from weather and UV rays these are a absolute
must.Take your tire size in with you and a Camping World Associate
will find the correct size for you.
While they may not last forever (depending on how the sun
hits your trailer) they do what they're designed to do and that's save ...your tires from harmful UV rays resulting in dry
rot. I currently have these on all my trailers and have inthe past. I live in Phoenix Arizona and mine last an
average of 2+ years.
Tire covers work great, look great and at a good price. I bought these for off season outdoor storage covers. I got
the polar w...hite color which is really white compared to an off white travel trailer, but still looks good. So far hold up to wind pretty well. Only complaint is the installation is not as easy as I would like, but it isn't bad. overall good product.
I have four brand new tires on my TT and want to keep them out of the sun. Here in Colorado,
UV protection is very important. He...avy duty material. The only problem I had was reaching
around to tie the cord. I'm old and it took a little maneuvering but I finally got it. Very impressed
with the quality....
In spite of the British spelling, this is a good product. As long as it's the correct size, these guards will delay sun damage and... protect against cracking. This is especially important down here in south Texas.
Previously, I have tried the covers for individual tires as well as a dual version that covered two wheels at a time. The dual covers were slightly easier to install but hung low enough that they got a lot of water damage and some rot.
We recently moved from a 31' travel trailer to a 20' R-Pod with just two wheels and fenders, so I think the problem with securing the cover on the back side of the tire/tyre will be a lot easier - I'll know soon, as the trailer will head for storage this weekend.
The first time I used these covers, two of the metal grommets came loose. I'm not very fond
of the tie-down cords, I replaced th...em with regular bungees with hooks on them. They do
cover the tires well, and the snug fit has withstood some very strong winds, despite the
These covers work good. They fit well and are not too bad to install. When installing you
have to get on your hand and knees bec...ause you have to run the cord behind the tire. The
major flaw I have found is the first time I took them off the reinforcement ring for the cord
ripped out of two of the four covers. Other than that I am happy with them.
If you have 22.5" rims you will likely need 40"-42" or 43"-45" tire covers as the selection is based on overall diameter of your tire. You can use ADCOs Tire Cover Sizing Chart as reference, but recommend measuring across the center of your wheel from outside tread to outside tread or use the tire make/model information to obtain the overall diameter from manufacturer.
These covers are sold as 2 covers per box. For 4 wheels, the quantity will need to be changed to '2'.
by Camping World – July 31, 2015
Yes, as long as the diameter of the tire matches the range on the cover. These will extend approximately 6 inches down the back side of the tire.
by Camping World – March 07, 2013
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