ADCO All Climate + Wind Designer Tyvek RV Cover - Toy Hauler, 37'1" - 40'

Catalog Item # 82653

All Climate + Wind RV Covers are designed for wind resistance like you've never seen before in an RV cover plus they offer top protection for any climate.

They protect your RV against the sun’s damaging UV rays, rain and snow. These three-layer, Universal-Fit RV covers offer many of the same great features of the original Designer Series Tyvek covers, including a Tyvek RV top panel that reflects sunlight, keeping your RV cooler inside; a weighted buckle toss-under for easy installation; an included ladder cap that reduces wear, zipper side panels for easy access to door and storage bays, and water-resistant yet breathable fabric to help fight mold and mildew formation.


  • NEW! * Slip-seam strapping system cinches at the top and bottom for snug fit
  • NEW! * Extra reinforcements throughout top and bottom of side panels
  • NEW! * More durable polypropylene sidewalls that resist rips and tears
  • NEW! * Ultra-modern, two-tone Grey side walls with Designer graphics
  • NEW! * Four FREE Tyre Gards included with every cover
  • NEW! * ADCO 3 year warranty protection—an extra year of protection over other ADCO Universal-Fit covers!

    Note: Cover includes entry zippers for ramp access.

  • Technical Specifications

    43.8 lbs.
    37'1" to 40'

    ADCO's contour fit covers like item# 82653 are generalized for a size range and RV body type. The manufacturer does not test the fit of a cover against every Year/Make/Model RV that is introduced to the market. RV Owner's are requested to physically measure their RV for cover selection and not rely on general Foot size listed in a manufacturer brochure.

    Measure your Toyhauler end to end at the longest point including the spare tire, bumpers, and ladder.

    Do not include propane tank or hitches at the front.

    The cover is for storage purpose and not designed for the RV to be lived in simultaneously, thus slideouts can be discounted since they can not be used with the cover in place.
    by Camping World – May 22, 2015

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