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JTeahan3165
10-20-2018, 04:03 PM
Looking for the best winter cover for a 2017 Mallard M-26.

Was hoping some members had one they could recommend..........

Thanks in Advance.
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Jack & Lee T.

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F_Goose
10-20-2018, 11:49 PM
Hi Jack,
Not going to find many that recommend covers on here. Most don't bother.

I try and cover my North Trail when we have extended periods between trips. We have bought a Classic cover previously; they are inexpensive and do a good job but don't last too long. We made ours last for 2 seasons before it tore. We recently purchased an Adco Tyvek cover that is warranted for 3 years. We think it should last at least 4 years.

We bought ours through camping world as it was on sale and free shipping. But I recently saw it on etrailer.com for a much better price (about $40 cheaper). Too late for me but hopefully you can take advantage.

Fred

Gaffer
10-21-2018, 11:33 AM
Covers are not a good idea in wet climates. If you leave it on all winter there will be a moldy mess to clean off the roof in the spring. If you get a cover, get a good one. Check out Calmark https://www.calmarkcovers.com/product-info/why-buy-calmark