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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-13-2017, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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Heavy Duty 100% Waterproof Full Cover Product Video

Check out our new video on our very own Premium Heavy-Duty 100% Waterproof Full Cover for the Goldwing.

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How about a waterproof Half Cover?

That full cover takes up a lot of space in the trunk. I stopped using a full cover because of that. It is just too bulky to take on the road.

How about a 100% waterproof Half Cover?

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I have the Beverly Bay full cover which looks identical to that one.

Quit trying to carry it just for that reason, bought a half cover and that is all that is needed at motels and camping.
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That full cover takes up a lot of space in the trunk. I stopped using a full cover because of that. It is just too bulky to take on the road.

How about a 100% waterproof Half Cover?
Great idea briese. We'll look into it.


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For traveling, I have a Nelson Rigg full cover that is light and when folded is small enough to fit inside a helmet. I do have a regular cover that's much bigger for local use. It is thicker & stronger but doesn't cover the bike any better.

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