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Anyone with an enclosed trailer using a weatherproof cover they would recommend? Northeast Winter coming plus white streaks are driving me crazy. Really looking for something that fits snugly or has enough straps to keep it in place without flapping and causing damage to the finish and is waterproof as well.
 

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At our campground a fella bought a new trailer.
Dealer sold him a cover for it.
Supposedly does everything you are asking.
Check RV dealers.
 

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I purchased one of the toy hauler covers couple years ago, fits my 28ft ATC pretty good, plenty of straps to keep it in place, zippered side panel so you can still get in the side door.

Don't remember where I purchased, but ran around 300 bucks.
 

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Places like camping world sell the covers, you can check their website. They will still get moisture underneath but they breath so it dries out, not sure if it will stop the streaking though. I still have to polish the trailer every spring though...
 

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I have an ADDCO cover for an RV I purchased from Amazon. They last about three years in wet Washington state. I bought what they call the designer series. Fits well.
 
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