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Old 07-09-2022, 11:18 AM   #1
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Cover recommendations for 19' 2016 Escape classic

I've seen the Classic Accessories (CA) and Adco brands. The CA at 13'-16' looks tight. I do have a storage box I'd like to cover.

Anyone have any recommendations for brand and model that would work for me?

The Sunbrella fabric one would be more than I need.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 07-09-2022, 12:42 PM   #2
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We bought an Adco cover for our 19 from Camping World. Thought it was the right size but it was a little on the large size. Wasn't a problem though.

We still have and use it on the 21. It covers right up to the hitch.

It's important to establish if the sizing quoted is the trailer shell or the total overall length.

Being that an Escape a lower height than most stickies the cover goes right to the ground. We solve that by rolling up the drivers side.

Should add that it's 7 years old and still in very good condition.


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Old 07-09-2022, 01:45 PM   #3
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When I got my 2017 E19 the PO had provided a CA cover one size larger than the trailer shell. It covered the box, propane tanks and spare. The side excess hung on the ground and I tried to pull up with straps. I used it for 2 winters here in the PNW and found the water/snow pool in rolled excess, the zip door wasn't centred and basically a poor fitting suit. I decided to sell and bought from ETI the CA poly pro that fit the shell. Although snug it is way better for door access and no more pooling of water. I now remove the spare for storage and am covering the box/tanks with a BBQ cover. This is now my next project to replace the poor fitting bbq cover. I like the cover and bonus is solar panel charges the batteries through winter.
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