|Item Weight||29 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||399.75 x 105 x 108 inches|
|Item model number||79563|
|Manufacturer Part Number||79563|
|Cover Included||Classic Accessories 79563 PolyPro 3 Deluxe Class C RV Cover - 29' to 32'|
Classic Accessories OverDrive PolyPro 3 Deluxe Class C RV Cover, Fits 29' - 32' RVs
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- CLASS C MOTORHOME COVER: Fits 29' - 32' long and up to 122" from ground to roof
- RV ACCESSORIES: Adjustable front and rear tension panels and elasticized hem corners provide a custom fit, integrated air vent system combined with quick drying PolyPRO 1 sides reduce wind stress and vent inside moisture
- RV STORAGE COVER: 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, integrated rope attachment system and a provided toss bag helps reduce crawling under the RV
- RV COVER WITH ACCESS PANELS: Zippered panels allow access to the RV doors and engine areas
- CAMPER COVER WITH WARRANTY: Stuff sacks are included on all covers and ladder caps are included on most, includes 3-year warranty
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Protection In Any Climate or SeasonWeather and Damage Protection
Heavy-duty, triple-ply PolyPRO3 fabric tops provide maximum weather protection against rain, snow, dirt, nicks, and scratches, while lighter, single-ply PolyPRO sides protect while reducing bulk. Perfect for wetter climates, these covers are easy to use, easy to fit and add years of protection and value to any RV.
An integrated air vent system combined with quick drying PolyPRO sides reduce wind stress and vent inside moisture
Easy to Use
Integrated rope attachment system and a provided toss bag helps reduce crawling under the RV
Fits to Your Vehicle
Adjustable front and rear tension panels and elasticized hem corners provide a custom fit.
Zippered panels allow access to the RV doors and engine areas
Stuff sacks come with all covers. Ladder caps are included on most
Three year warranty on Polypro III
From the manufacturer
- 2: 20-23'L 122"H*
- 3: 23-26'L 122"H*
- 4: 26-29'L 122"H*
- 5: 29-32'L 122"H*
- 6T: 32-35'L 125"H*
- 7T: 35-38'L 135"H*
PolyPRO 3 Class C RV Covers
Color: Grey/Snow White
The PolyPRO 3 line features a triple-ply top with breathable single-ply sides for all-season protection for your RV.
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
- Includes convenient storage bag
- *Not designed to entirely cover the wheels
- Height is maximum recommended measurement from the ground to the roofline
PolyPRO 3 and PolyPRO Fabric
PolyPRO 3 covers have a triple-ply non-woven polypropylene fabric top for extra weather protection and single-ply PolyPRO fabric sides for breathability.
Front and rear tension panels and elasticized hem corners provide a custom fit for your RV.
Air Vent System
Air vents reduce wind stress and help reduce inside moisture and mildew build-up.
Extra long zippers allow access to the RV, even when it’s covered.
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Follow-up: It's now the end of May 2018. We had a pretty normal winter for Northern California with a few bad storms, and the cover worked fine to protect our Lazy Daze RV in the driveway. After using it for a year, we've gotten much better at putting it on. We first did it by bundling it up, hugging it and carrying it up a ladder and basically tossing it on the RV roof. Then I'd go up on the roof and spread it out until it draped and covered the RV. That was not the easiest approach because it would get twisted or some of it would be upside down, etc. and I'd have to keep tugging and flipping it - kind of dangerous with the wind blowing it around. Now, my technique is to spread it out on the ground next to the RV making sure the front is in front and the back in back. Also, I make sure it's oriented inside in. I next place the ladder at the midpoint of the RV. With this setup, I can climb the ladder while holding only the middle of the cover letting the front and back ends of it do what they want. Once I can reach the top of the RV, I push the much smaller bundle of cover behind the refrigerator vent cover on that side of our roof. That holds the cover in place. To finish putting on the cover, I get on the roof and pull the cover up onto the roof. Because it's inside in already and I know where the front and back are, it's much easier and faster to put it on. And, it's safer because you only pull it up part by part so the whole cover isn't up there to catch the wind. Regarding wear and tear, the fabric does show some signs of abrasion from rubbing against protruding parts of the RV, but it hasn't started to tear and no holes have formed. If they do, I will put duct tape beneath the hole to patch the cover and keep it going. Apparently, cats like to sharpen their claws on RV covers (trued to capture that in the photo). Overall, one year in, we really like the cover and feel it's doing a fine job protecting the RV parts that take such a beating from the sun. Happy camping!
I had to decide between the version that was listed as 32' to 35' or the one that was 35' to 38'. We got the 35'-38' to be safe.
Packaging - it came double boxed, with only the part number on the outside to identify it as the right length. The cover itself was inside a carrying bag, and seriously vacuum sealed like a bag of coffee.
Installing - I had someone help me to lift the cover (in the bag) onto the roof of the RV. It was pretty heavy, but it wasn't too hard. It would have been challenging to do by myself.
The limited instructions that came in the box said to "Place the rolled-up cover at the front center of the roof and unroll down the center of the RV toward the back." Then, "Starting at the front, unfold your cover from the center outwards. Continue unfolding the cover as you work toward the back, letting it fall over the sides of your RV."
That sounds nice and easy, but the cover was not rolled up as described. It was folded in half the long way, and then folded the short way, and then the long way again so that it was not possible to just unroll it toward the back. I had to unfold it and it was in a big tangled mess on the roof while I went back and forth trying not to trip over the A/C and vents and TV antenna and fridge vent, etc. Luckily we got the correct end toward the front and eventually, once it was spread out it was pretty easy to line up the corners and get it hanging down the sides.
Then we used the toss bag to send the straps under the RV (there are lots of them) and cinched them down, then cinched down the front and back double straps.
The front and back have elasticized hems, which fit nicely under the front bumper and the rear bumper of the Kodiak C5500 truck that our RV is on.
There are only zippers on one side, so if we had put it on backwards then we couldn't access the RV door. There is a zipper right at the door, so it is pretty easy to zip it up and get in the door, even without rolling the whole panel up.
I did put one hold on the back near the bottom because it caught on the sharpish corner of the rear square bumper. It ripped easier than I thought that it should.
When I take it off next Spring, I would roll it up the way they describe in the directions...
Rating is 4 due to the way it was rolled up not consistent with the directions, and for the ease that it tore a hole.
It seems durable otherwise, and the strap system was easy to use. It is supposed to be windy this week, and snowy, so I'll see if it blows around a lot or not.
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Overall, we like, but time will tell, if we get 3 years out of it, we will be happy. Satisfied.
The front of the covering is marked. Roll it out and drop the sides down and the job is basically completed.
Well ventilated and quick drying.
Need to climb up on the roof for install, but not so for removal. It can be done from the ground, even by a single person.
Worth every penny! Very pleased.