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Camco UltraGuard Class A RV Cover - 42' Long

Camco UltraGuard Class A RV Cover - 42' Long

Item # CAM45737
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Protect your Class A RV during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. Length is 42'. Great Prices for the best rv covers from Camco. Camco UltraGuard Class A RV Cover - 42' Long part number CAM45737 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Camco RV Covers - CAM45737

  • Class A RV Cover
  • Storage Covers
  • 42 Feet Long
  • 43 Feet Long
  • Gray
  • Good UV/Dust/Weather Protection
  • Driver Side Access
  • Passenger Side Access
  • Rear Access
  • Camco

Protect your Class A RV during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. Length is 42'.


Features:

  • UltraGuard cover fits over your Class A RV to provide protection from dust, dirt, rain, and more during storage
  • Heavy-duty polypropylene fabric on sides resists UV rays, water, and tears
  • 3-Layer top panel beads water on contact, providing maximum resistance to rainfall and snow
    • Top and bottom layers are spun bond polypropylene
    • Middle layer is micro-porous breathable film, which repels rain and snow while allowing trapped moisture to escape
  • Integrated self-adjusting hold-down straps hold cover securely to prevent flapping
  • Heavy-duty zippers provide easy access to doors and storage even with cover in place
  • Vented design reduces wind lofting and inside moisture
  • Tough, interlocking seams
  • Recommended for use in cold, snowy regions
  • Storage bag included
  • Charcoal color


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 42' long x 110" wide x 120" tall
  • 2-Year limited warranty


45737 Camco Ultra Guard Class A Motor Home Cover - 42 Feet Long x 110 Inches Wide x 120 Inches Tall - Charcoal






Customer Reviews

Camco UltraGuard Class A RV Cover - 42' Long - CAM45737

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (248 Customer Reviews)

Protect your Class A RV during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. Length is 42'.

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This is a good cover, though not as durable as I'd hoped. I managed to put some small tears in it while removing ice and snow from on top. It came with a small repair kit that was adequate for the repair.
The cover easily goes over the spare tire and battery box and has elastic to hold it snug. I especially like that it came with a throw-bag for easily tossing the straps under the trailer. The four straps work very well to secure the cover even in high winds.
I folded and placed terry cloth towels on the four sharp corners of the trailer to keep the cover from wearing thru at the corners. This has worked well.



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During the long rainy summer of ‘23 there was not a drop of moisture on the roof of my pop up 10 footer. This past spring we had lots of wind , 60 mph and blowing rain and kept the roof dry. We took care in strapping it down securely and on the A-Frame just behind where the battery and propane tank would be sitting we strapped a 2x4 to hold the extra fabric down. We didn’t want the cover to be on top of the handle that raises the camper because it was stored on a hill in West Virginia where it can get pretty windy. Because of shoulder joint replacement we have not used the camper in the past year. But when I’m curious and peek under the cover, it is dry. I highly recommend this product.



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Pulled on brand new cover strap and it tore the fabric. It also is pretty short on the sides of my Thor Freedom Traveler A30. So far no better than the junky ADCO covers.??The ADCO cover is easier to install wi the a better securing system but I have have been lucky to get more than 1 Maine winter out of 4 of them.



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The biggest headache was to locate the front and rear. Unfortunately, had to unfold on the ground to determine and refold to put back up on roof; and at that time, tore a small part of the covering. There were no instructions when it came to the two, long rolled up straps. I did thread one of the straps thru the loops at the bulkhead and tied it down, and the other to the underside of the back of the 5th. Overall, it's a great cover and happy with it.



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I loved the cover ! The material is strong, the seams are good and it fit just the way we wanted. I appreciated the instructions on how to unfold and roll up the cover inside out in order to place it easier onto the roof and let it fall into place. It came with small covers for the gutters but they didn't fit well, so we took a suggestion from another review and cut a pool noodle to fit over them which worked perfectly and will protect our cover from tearing. it also came with a rock bag to toss the straps under the belly. It had a storage bag for when we take it off and it came with what looked like a cover for the a/c unit on top, but it was too small for ours. The zippered side was right on target to give us access into the camper after the cover was on, which we needed because we forgot to turn off a light and left a bag of items inside. Lol. It was a very windy day when we installed it so it took longer than we expected but the vent holes and everything worked very well to let out the air. We are in Pennsylvania so I'll try to update the review after the winter snow and ice. It is covering a Coachman Catalina Legacy 30ft 283RKS.Please take a look at the photos.



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The best advise I can give is DO YOUR HOME WORK BEFORE YOU BUY, and get the correct cover for your needs! I have read too many reviews from people who bought the wrong cover, i.e. a light weight cover meant for short term storage but use it long term, and then complain it didn't last. We have a V-nose travel trailer and since no one makes covers specifically for them, we had to find what we thought would be the best one for it. We measured down the top of the trailer from tip of the V to the end of the ladder and looked at ones that would fit that measurement. We decided on the Camco UltraGuard cover because of the fact that it was heavy duty and recommended for cold and snowy climates (we live in Michigan). We liked the idea of the many air vents where the sides meet the top, and the numerous tie-down straps with bungee cord ends. We watched a video about the easiest way to put a cover on, since this was all new to us. It recommended laying it out on the ground first and locating the "Front" and "Rear" labels so you knew which end was which before hauling all 38 lbs of it up on the top of the trailer, where it would be more difficult and unsafe to figure out. Also it recommended turning it inside out, with the sides folded up over the top so the sides could be dropped down easily, rather than having to be pulled out from underneath the top, as would have to be done if opened from the way it was folded at the factory. Before installation we followed the enclosed instructions which said to cover any sharp edges and points on the trailer before installing the cover. We cut pieces of swimming noodles to cover the rain gutter ends and the corners of the step frames. We then loosened and lowered the AM/FM antenna and covered it and the folding TV antenna with an old towel. Being heavy duty fabric, the cover was a little eavy to get up on top of the trailer, so we had to use another ladder, not the one attached to the trailer, to get it up there. That was actually the hardest part, but once up, it was easy to adjust in place per the video instructions and drop the sides down. Final adjustment could be made from the ground by pulling carefully on the sides . NOTE: The tie-down straps do not go all the way under the trailer as do many other brands, but have soft-fabric covered aluminum hooks you bend into shape yourself to hook underneath the trailer. We were not sure we liked that arrangement at first, but it seems to work well holding the sides of the cover down and in place. We used the frame of the trailer as much as possible to hook onto rather than just the bottom of the sides. The instructions said not to pull the bungee sections tight but to leave a little spring in them so they have some give when the wind blows the cover. I think the reason is if they were tight with no give, the wind might possibly rip the tie-down from the cover. The back straps used to tighten it work very well, but since our trailer is a V-nose, we had to fudge with the straps on the front to snug it down as tightly as possible, so we added another bungee strap to hold down the excess fabric of the front corners. The whole installation took two of us a little over an hour, but next time should go faster now that we have it figured out. We wondered how well it would all hold, but this past week we had sustained winds of 35-40 MPH with gusts of 55 MPH for over 24 hours, and the cover hardly even moved. All you could see was the sides poofing out slightly and then the air vent flaps would lift and let the excess air out, so the top never ballooned up at all! It also rained very hard and the cover just beaded up the water and it ran off. The main trick is to take your time and get it snugged down with no loose, baggy, flapping areas where the wind can get under it. Now we have no doubt it will also hold up just fine to the cold winter snow and winds here in Michigan!



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Nice cover seems well made, fits tight on my 10-foot box flagstaff so it shouldn't flap in the wind like my last cover which caused it to rip in several places.



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This cover is heavier material and easier to use than other similarly priced covers I have used in the past on other RV's. Also, the cover is soft so as not to scuff the RV in high wind conditions. The extra straps and velcro attachments are in the exact locations to insure proper fit.



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First of all your 'product image' photo does NOT match what you are selling.
I made my own gutter covers from 3.5" pieces of pool noodles. I'm not certain why directions tell you to turn it inside out...when I got it on the roof, I had to struggle to turn it right side out. We have a solar panel and AC unit that put some strain on the way it fits. There is no velcro around the camper jacks as one reviewer stated. We live on a lake where the winds howl 25-30 mph at times. I'll post photos in the spring. Hopefully it will hold up as it seems to be reinforced and quality material.



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I am pleasantly surprised by the toughness of the fabric on this cover and extras like the weighted pouch to throw the four straps under the trailer and the four vents to keep moisture from getting trapped under the cover.



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Wasn't sure if this cover would work for my 2005 Lance 1071. I was able to talk to customer service and was assured of the measurements. Very pleased with my cover and etrailer.com



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I know this is a late review. I was initially happy with the cover eTrailer people were amazing answering questions and it fit perfectly the first time. However after only having to one year ( purchased July2021) it has failed and no longer usable. Keep in mind it was not on the trailer the whole year only when not in use. As the pictures show the material began to deteriorate and then fail. Along with seams along zippers failing.



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Sadly many places on the cover that are on corners have ripped through. It’s not too tight or the corner is too sharp. The material the cover is made of rips easily. It sort of pulls apart on places that it receives any stress. I use a heavy tarp over it so I can’t comment on its longevity in the sun



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On the third winter using this cover, still in good shape . Way cheaper than building a RV carport. I am happy.



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Fits perfectly, easy to install with good directions included, tie down straps work as they should. Very happy



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The CAMCO pop up camper cover has held up very well over the last year. It’s kept the harsh weather & elements out of it and kept the contamination off the camper exterior.
I had stored it in an unheated garage for years until that garage wasn’t available anymore. I now store it in my back yard covered and with a few Cab Fresh rodent repellant sacks strategically placed inside it to keep them varments out of it.



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Overall quality of material used is excellent. As for the length on sides and rear, needed to be longer as you can see in the photos attached. On four of the straps that hold it down, I had to use small bungie cords to get them attached. If overall length had eight more inches on each side it would be a perfect cover for the Magnitude. Camco, if they are going to keep selling this cover, either need to lengthen the straps or send extensions for straps.



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The Camco ultraguard pop-up camper cover worked well last winter. It caught one heck of a winter it had 3 ft of snow and ice on it and Gail force winds to boot alittle wear and tear but is back on it this winter.



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After one Northern Michigan winter it has held up well. It fit in the storage bag with room to spare in the spring. I have had covers on campers years ago that didn't even make it through one winter. So far I'm very impressed with this cover.



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The cover arrived very quickly, three days earlier than the estimated delivery date. I was able to install the cover within a few minutes by myself. It fits nicely on my new Aliner.



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Just installed and seemed well designed. Install instructions were good and made the install relatively easy. Time will be the true judge.



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Of course I must start by saying that etrailer's customer support is second to none. It is always a pleasant experience to order from etrailer.com.
I am very pleased with the design and quality of this Camco camper cover. The material seems to be of very good quality. The air vents at the top are a smart design feature which allows air to escape from the cover when the wind blows. The top portion is designed with some overhang that acts as a drip edge which sheds water away from the sides. Very good design! The fasteners seem to be of good quality and there are velcro ties for each of the 4 jacks that support the truck camper. It fits pretty well on the my Lance 915, although I was having a little trouble keeping the front portion on the cab-over from coming off. I ended up adding a couple straps from the front fastener to the 2 front jacks to help keep it in place. As with any cover, the main enemy is wind. It can tear apart a cover under the right circumstances. The trick is to keep it tight enough that it's not flapping in the wind but not too tight such that it puts stress on the friction points. I do wish there were more tie down points at the bottom and under the cab-over. I"m thinking of getting a kit that cuts eyelets and add some more points for tie downs at the bottom edges. The zippers for the door are of good quality. I might consider adding a dowel or something to the bottom of the zippered door opening to make it easier to roll up the door opening. Kind of difficult to get it to roll up reasonably well by yourself. With 2 people, it would roll up nicely. Overall, I don't think I could find a cover that would fit any better without getting a custom made cover, which would cost 2 or 3 times as much. This cover is a very good investment and I would definitely recommend it.



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I just received my RV cover yesterday. Actually 2 days earlier than I expected it. I am glad I read all of the reviews on this product. There were many helpful tips on how to insure that you didn’t tear the fabric. I used pool noodles on the down spouts as well as other sharp edges of my 38 ft 5th wheel. It took two of us about two hours to fully install from start to finish. I am very happy with the fit. I will follow up after the winter to share how it handled the windy and snowy Pennsylvania winter.



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Cover arrived and I installed it by myself after work. Cover appears to be made of quality material and fit my fifth wheel very nicely. Plenty of tie downs and straps to hold it securely in place. Plenty of zippered openings so you can access your RV after cover is installed. Since this is my first winter of storage I cannot comment on durability over time, but I feel very confident that my 5'er is protected against the elements. Now I'm looking forward to spring when I can remove the cover and start camping again!



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Outstanding product! I will say etrailer.com also provide heads up service and contacted me about potentially shipping me a cover that they had in stock vs the one I ordered as they wanted to make sure that there was no prolonged delay that I may not want until this one came back into stock. Being proactive is good and I said " I've got time so I can wait." I ordered on 13 Sep 2020 and it shipped on 6 October 2020. A 3 week delay is not the end of the world at all. Great proactive service from etrailer.com and they are my go to for truck towing and my camper needs.


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