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Guys,

Have gone back thru the old post's but maybe ye can help me. I need to source an outdoor cover for my soon to arrive GL1500. Can't bring the bike down the side/back of house. Don't have the room, so bike will have to parked out the front on the driveway, hence the need for a good cover. Already saw Redwing's reply to the GL1800 cover but not sure if this will do :waving:
 

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Hi Austin ,,hope you got everything sorted out ok ,,yes take REDWINGS advice ,,when you send them an e mail tell them it is for a 1500,I think there is a slight difference because the 1800 windscreen is much shorter ,,,,cheers Ciaran
 

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Ciaran,

Ya, hopefully things have been sorted by now. Sold my old bike this morning so will have to go back to the cage for the next couple of weeks whilst waiting for the new baby to arrive. Will order one of the covers that R.W. spoke about ;)
 
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will have to go back to the cage for the next couple of weeks whilst waiting for the new baby to arrive. Will order one of the covers that R.W. spoke about ;)
Hey medic1, :waving:These two weeks will be the longest time you ever spent in the labour ward, :crying:but the result will be all worth while. :weightlifter:What type of cover did R.W. speak about.? :baffled: The Kury cover is the one to buy, :clapper:but maybe R.W. has advised you to buy one of those tents that cost around $475 so we will leave it with R.W.. :stumped: Good luck with your :15red:and have many safe (s)miles or is it now KMH. :grinner:

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What type of cover did R.W. speak about.? :baffled: The Kury cover is the one to buy, :clapper:but maybe R.W. has advised you to buy one of those tents that cost around $475 so we will leave it with R.W.. :stumped:

Redwing, the R.W. is you ;). Will be ordering the Kury cover in the next day or two.
 

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Thanks guys for all the help. Got a cover from Sam in Wingtoys, Tx today. Also ordered one for my colleague who has bought a wing.
 

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I've been reading mixed reports on cycleshells lately. Apparently they don't handle windy conditions too well, they bob about and hit off the bike, eventually splitting.
 

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I know a few people in the UK who only got one season out of them before they were ripped to shreds from thwind.
 

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A visit to an Army surplus stores will get you a seriously good canvas cover to keep the weather off your baby, for about £30.00. Visit the War and Peace show in PaddockWood in July and you might even get it cheaper, plus it is a great weekend of serious Boyz Toys!!
 

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Canvas covers last for many years, very tough yet soft on paint and still breathable. I have one since 2001 and it's still perfectly intact, no fancy logos to attract thieving scum either.
 
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