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Old 04-01-2015, 06:47 PM   #1
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Cover for our 19'

After 6 years the cover for our 19' has finally bit the dust. It was a 7' wide fitted cover that we bought from Escape Industries.
Does any one have any idea where we can buy another one?
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Old 04-01-2015, 07:28 PM   #2
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We had the same polypro 3 cover for our 2009 19 also and loved it. I just ordered and received a new cover (polypro 3) also for our soon to be arriving 5.0TA, it was ordered through Walmart.ca.

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Old 04-01-2015, 09:59 PM   #3
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Thanks Doug and Eileen;
I will try them. Do they have 7' wide covers?
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Old 04-01-2015, 10:21 PM   #4
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Not sure as we did the same as yourself and purchased it from ETI, you could probably call Tammy and find out what model number they sold as it fit not to bad. As I recall (we sold our 19 last year) some of the white roof material came down the side so they could have been for a wider trailer.

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I have used my cover for two years and it is holding up really well. Check this out. Trailer cover
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A compromise between full cover and just leaving trailer bask in the sun is to diligently wash and wax using a quality wax.

To all non fiberglass details such as roof vent covers, window moldings and tires ( which can be easily covered anyway ). A quality UV protectant such as 303 Aerospace Protectant will act as a sunscreen.

A cover is still the best but has a few drawback already mentioned.

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Old 08-15-2015, 03:01 PM   #7
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A compromise between full cover and just leaving trailer bask in the sun is to diligently wash and wax using a quality wax.
This is our compromise. We have a full cover, Adco 4 seasons, that we put on for the winter months. We use this one all the time, between uses, to keep debris off the roof and for UV protection. It's a cover from a Toyota Corolla and it's easy to put on and remove. Perfect for our 19.

I've seen comments about covers damaging gelcoat etc. We do wash our trailer before covering it. Still has a mirror finish. I think if there's any grit not washed off that could create problems.

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This is our compromise. We have a full cover, Adco 4 seasons, that we put on for the winter months. We use this one all the time, between uses, to keep debris off the roof and for UV protection. It's a cover from a Toyota Corolla and it's easy to put on and remove. Perfect for our 19.

I've seen comments about covers damaging gelcoat etc. We do wash our trailer before covering it. Still has a mirror finish. I think if there's any grit not washed off that could create problems.

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Smart idea Ron . What year for Toyota Corolla ? Pat
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It was for a 1998. It, now given to a niece and still going strong, was my wife's "winter car". So the cover was on for many summers. It's still usable. Got great service from both the car and the cover.

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It was for a 1998. It, now given to a niece and still going strong, was my wife's "winter car". So the cover was on for many summers. It's still usable. Got great service from both the car and the cover.

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Thanks Ron .Would like to use that idea in between trips . Pat
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