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Pod cover - Event Date: 28 Apr 2017

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    Posted: 28 Apr 2017 at 12:54pm
First post to this group.  I ordered new Rpod and should have it sometime in May.  Can't wait to get it!   I have been lurking a bit on this forum, keeping track of  the clever suggestions on a number of sundry items.  Thanks to all for great advice.   Currently,  I am looking at Rpod covers.   Found Classic Accessories Brand with PolyPro 3 fabric on Amazon.  Price  is ok, but reviews poor.   I'm in MN, so weather  will tax the integrity of a cover.  Looking for recommendations on Pod cover which might last longer? 

Somewhat related, looking for campground suggestions between Hamilton, OH and Minneapolis for our return trip with new Pod.  I intend to cut further west towards Peoria,  avoid Chicago traffic.  I may post this same note on campground area as I realize I am mixing apples & oranges here with the disparate questions. 
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Look on camping world...they may have the same cover (not sure, haven't checked) but it rates well on their site. May have to do a car cover with your type of weather!

Good luck!
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I bought a PermaPRO from Amazon. It's pricey than the one you mentioned but it got good reviews and we were really pleased with its performance this past winter in upstate NY. Our pod is a 183G with door in front.
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We have the Classic Accessories cover for our Pod 173.  We have used it for at least 4 years. This is the 5th season. We like it because it fits perfectly, keeps the oak leaf stains and pollen off .  We got it on sale through Northern Tools .
I would buy another one if necessary.
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Thanks all for responses.  I ended up with with the Polypro thing, will install tomorrow after I wash & wax the pod.  
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Do they all fit over the air conditioning units?

Thanks in advance,
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