Towing covers

Jul 13, 2021
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Hi thinking of getting a towing cover for our sterling eccles ruby 2011 model any ideas which are the best to buy?
 
Jan 31, 2018
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We love our Specialised; it's not the top one, but the next one down, so tailored exact fit to the van; really well made, very quick and easy to fit with wetsuit type material on the sides to allow stretching and really easy to order on their website.It is the towpro-the first tailored fit. We have had 2 new caravans and 2 covers to match them-both superb.
 
Jun 16, 2020
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I have a Tow Pro. Quick to fit and does the job, still going strong after about 7 years.

We tried the Tow Pro Lite, great that its universal. But no where near as easy to put on and off. The others are more expensive, I don’t know if they are worth the difference.


John
 
Jun 20, 2005
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I use a Rhino Guard complete with its own white LED front lights. Easy to fix and remove, light, and keeps,the front very clean.
 
Jun 16, 2010
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I prefer my Protec cover to others i've owned, mainly as the centre zip allows me to fit it by myself.
 
Jan 3, 2012
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We manage to pick up one he had it from new a specialized tow pro lite universal and so far been very happy it prove to been a good buy
 
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I’ve got one for my Swift but only used it once as with the cover on there was no access to the front locker. Im sure there are makes which actually provide access to the locker.
 
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Another vote for Specialised. I got the one with the zips to access the front lockers. Easy to put on and take off. Well worth the money to protect your pride and joy on the move.
 
Jun 20, 2005
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Mine has no zips, cheap skate 😜But I can’t ever recall needing access to the locker whilst in transit. If I did just three fasteners need loosening and up she goes
 
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Had a Rhino on our last van but it would not fit the compass camino as the awning rails are set back from the front a bit. We now have a Protec and are very happy with it, I can fit single handed in a couple of minutes and access the front locker easily.

The Rhino now sits in the garage until I get around to disposing of it.
 

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