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Customer Reviews for Classic PolyPro III Deluxe 5th Wheel Cover - Fits 23ft.-26ft., Model# 75363

Classic PolyPro III Deluxe 5th Wheel Cover - Fits 23ft.-26ft., Model# 75363

Item# 453035
Adjustable front and rear tension panels provide a custom fit. Repels rain and snow, yet vents inside water vapor out. Prevents mold, mildew and ice buildup. Material Type Polypropylene, Product Style 5th Wheel, Top Layer qty. 3, UV Inhibitors Yes, Fits Length ft. 23 to 26, Cover Height 122in., Side Layer qty. 1, Storage Bag Included Yes, Elastic Corners Yes, Tie-Downs Included Yes, Air Vents Yes, Zippered Access Yes. Includes rear ladder cap
Average Customer Rating:
4 out of 5
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Rating Summary (3 reviews)
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2 of 3(67%)would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Questions & Answers:
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Customer Reviews for Classic PolyPro III Deluxe 5th Wheel Cover - Fits 23ft.-26ft., Model# 75363
Review 1 for Classic PolyPro III Deluxe 5th Wheel Cover - Fits 23ft.-26ft., Model# 75363
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

May have fixed design flaw

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April 14, 2008
By ewat
from American Fork, UT
"This was the second 5th wheel cover we tried. I guess we were lucky that the first one ripped because it was also too big. This one fits perfectly. We thought we needed an extra tall cover, but this one seems to cover everything perfectly. They must have discovered a flaw with the rain flap and wind because this one had velcro instead of stitching that rips in the wind."
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Review 2 for Classic PolyPro III Deluxe 5th Wheel Cover - Fits 23ft.-26ft., Model# 75363
Overall Rating:
2 / 5
2 / 5

Review on RV cover

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January 14, 2008
By Scooby1
from Eastern WA
"I would not recommend this product because the first small wind gust, 20 to 30 mph, ripped the tarp. It ripped along the bottom where the tie off are located. I had to wrap plastic wrap around the whole trailer to keep that tarp from blowing away. Once the snow got onto the top, it seems to be all right. This is just my experience."
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