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Old 01-21-2021, 02:10 PM   #1
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New Cover - Classic Accessories Poly Pro 3

New in box - we have covered storage
Classic Accessories Poly Pro 3
Molded Fibreglass Travel Trailer Cover
Model 3 - 80-409-161001-RT
Fits Escape 19 and 21 (possibly 5th wheel?)
$300 willing to ship at your expense
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Thanks for looking
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Old 01-25-2021, 02:26 PM   #2
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New in box - we have covered storage
Classic Accessories Poly Pro 3
Molded Fibreglass Travel Trailer Cover
Model 3 - 80-409-161001-RT
Fits Escape 19 and 21 (possibly 5th wheel?)
$300 willing to ship at your expense
Whistler BC
Thanks for looking
That cover will NOT fit an Escape 21.

I have that identical cover and it barely fits my Escape 19.
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Old 01-25-2021, 02:41 PM   #3
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Thanks for this. I have a 19. Will not fit a 21
Can you post a pic of your cover on a 19?
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Old 02-01-2021, 10:24 AM   #4
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Yes, a photo please

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That cover will NOT fit an Escape 21.

I have that identical cover and it barely fits my Escape 19.

I inherited a too large cover with my used rig. It works well enough, but sure ain't a custom tailored fit. Pics attached.


I'm interested in seeing the fit of your model cover.
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Old 02-06-2021, 10:07 AM   #5
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Can you post a pic of your cover on a 19?
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I'm interested in seeing the fit of your model cover.
Here are pictures of the cover on my 2020 Escape 19.
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Thank you

For me, it looks like too big is better than too small. My cover even extends below my tires.
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Thank you for the pictures

For me, it looks like too big is better than too small. My cover even extends below my tires.
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For me, it looks like too big is better than too small. My cover even extends below my tires.
I have the same style cover as you from my old trailer. One thing to keep in mind with the cover that far down is it makes it easy for mice to climb up the cover. We found mice nests on our roof under the cover on our old trailer. So, I'm not sure bigger is actually better.

The old cover was getting worn so I'm using it for material. My wife is very good at sewing and is using fabric from the sides of the old cover to make a cover for the storage box. We are also planning on using material from the roof of the old cover to add custom fit boxes over the solar panel and AC. That will allow a little more material for the sides. Both places where we park our trailer when not travelling don't have a lot of sun exposure on the tires anyway.
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Too dang cold

No mice issue here, this year or last winter with the cover. Even mice don't want to live in a tent, in the frozen, wasteland tundra of Wisconsin winter.
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