|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29.1 x 1 x 8.6 inches|
|Item model number||45355|
|Manufacturer Part Number||45355|
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Camco 45355 Vinyl Spare Tire Cover (28 inches , off-white)
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- Fits 28" diameter tire; cover measures 29.06" in diameter
- Heavy nylon thread helps ensure weatherproofing of seams
- Helps keep dirt, rain and sun away from spare tire
- Long lasting and durable
- For additional sizing information see sizing chart PDF below (technical specifications)
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Camco 28" Diameter Beige Vinyl RV Spare Tire Cover helps keep dirt, rain and sun away from spare tire. Heavy nylon thread helps ensure weatherproofing of seams.
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Update: Well after about 2 years of service this cover started cracking and getting holes. Not bad. Unfortunately the felt-like lining turned out to be an algae magnet after a particularly heavy rainfall a few months ago, and the cover turned into a slimy mess with no hope of being cleaned. I had to toss it out. Given its cracking I don't think it would have lasted another year anyway. So with this experience I still say it's a decent product, but I've removed one star because it doesn't seem to last all that long for the price, and because if you are in a humid or wet climate the felt lining will prove to be a very bad idea.
I decided to look for a vinyl cover for now, White vinyl covers are VERY HARD TO FIND! I've had this longer than I thought since my original intention was to sell my car, but I still have it.
What I've noticed is from a distance, it blends in with my car very well and you don't even notice it's not part of the original car, but closer up it's obvious, especially with the thin black stripe that circles around it. Regardless, it's sturdy and is an extremely affordable emergency cover option. Needless to say no thieves are interested in this $13 cover vs the $500 original. I get so sad when I see other SUV's driving around with a missing tire cover, it's clear it was stolen, looks Horrible. This is the LAST SUV I will buy with a vulnerable cover, I really prefer the tire to be hidden anyway.
My only complaint is that it does turn yellow on the top where the sun hits it, but I have an outdoor parking spot in sunny California so your experience may be very different if you park in a garage or live in Washington etc. I have to replace this yearly so far, but I still think it's a great value and really helped me out during a tough time.