Classic Accessories PolyPro 3 Class B RV Cover fits 23'-25'

Catalog Item # 60298

Specially designed for Class B RVs.

  • Triple-ply PolyPRO 3 keeps out rain and snow. Thick, triple-ply top and single-ply sides protect against rain, snow, dirt, nicks and scratches for all-season protection.
  • An integrated air vent system combined with quick drying PolyPRO sides reduce wind stress and vent inside moisture
  • Adjustable front and rear tension panels and elasticized hem corners provide a custom fit
  • Integrated rope attachment system and a provided toss bag helps reduce crawling under the RV
  • Zippered panels allow access to the RV doors and engine areas
  • Stuff sacks are included on all covers. Ladder caps are included on most.

    Fits up to 25'L X 84"W X 117"H

  • Technical Specifications

    22 lbs.
    Fits up to 25"L X 84"W X 117"H

    by Jay – June 06, 2016
    OUR RV is 24 feet long class B sprinter chasis. It has a TV antenna that sticks up about 18 inches. Will this affect the fit of the cover.
    No, the antenna will not interfere with application of the cover. RV covers like this have rooftop accessories accounted for as part of the cover design.
    by Camping World – June 07, 2016
    by Bob – December 15, 2015
    For accurate selection of an RV cover, said RV will need to be measured. Instructions on how to do so can be viewed on our Elements webpage.
    by Camping World – January 26, 2016
    by Anonymous – August 13, 2015
    I have a 2002 Trail Lite by R-Vision B+ motorhome, 21 ft long. I don't know whether to buy a cover for a class B or class C. If you don't know what it looks like, there are some for sale on Could you please look at the picture, and let me know which cover to buy? Thanks.
    A Class C cover like #78485 would be better suited for your motorhome since the overall design is more Cab/Chassis like a typical Class C versus a full van body with fiberglass bubble on top to raise the interior height. The additional height and width is needed that the Class B cover will lack.
    by Camping World – December 11, 2015

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