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Winter is coming to the midwest andI usually winterize and lay-up my bike for Dec. thru Feb. The Harley Bubble seems to be an option to counter potential mice damage. Does anyone know if the Goldwing will fit into the touring model of the Harley Bubble?
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not a bad looking idea, whats the cost on a bubble

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Not cheap. About $250.00. Keeps dust off, mice out and constantly recirculates air to maintain temperature and humidity equillibrium. Damn. Sounds like a commercial.
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Do you have a site where I can look for dealers in Europe? It looks perfect for the comming winter months. Dust-free and "airconditioned".

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I have to admit, that is pretty cool. I would think that the wing would fit into one of their touring model bubbles. The only thing, I would have to have a large decal that says GoldWing to cover up the one that says Harley Davidson.

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Yeah! ya can't have a big Harley sign on a bubble with a Goldwing in there

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What could be worse, is having your $250 bubble pricked, I shall stick with my old cover thanks.
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they make those in all sizes. I saw a early 50's Jag in a warehouse in one of those.

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They are on www.harley-davidson.com and also there are a few for sale on ebay.com
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$395 Cdn. but a good idea nonetheless.

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