I want to buy a cover for my sunset trail reserve ST28FL. I cant get to it to measure from bumper to front minus hitch area. dealer tells me it is 31 ft. but im surethat includeslp tanks a, batteryand hitch
I live in the snow belt country and I covered my Everest and Mountaineer. We get 150 to 200 inches of snow in the winter. The coverdoes wear the roof and anything else that the cover can chafe. I will not cover my Crossroads for the first year and see how it goes. I'll clear the roof as needed to prevent snow build up.
Unless your keeping your unit indoors with no air currents, I would NOT cover. I have never seen a cover that has fit well and hasn't flapped in the wind. With any flapping you have friction resulting in wear. Not to mention the lack of air flow in the unit creating a possible moisture issue.
Thank you all. I have been covering my old jayco with just regular tarps you buy at menards, putting sausers of oil of peppermint in it and storing it in a unheated building. My main purpose on my new one is to keep the bird droppings , and dust off. This would just be easier to put on and make it more presentable than the old tarps. The moisture problem you mentioned might be a concern. I never had a problem with the jayco and tarps but this one is a little better insulated.
The flapping is a concern and almost inevitable...if you decide to do it make sure the dark vent covers, A/C cover and front cap are not in contact with the cover. They will show scuffing and rubbing much more than old school white trailers do.