Atv travel cover

2/23/15 @ 5:58 PM
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Fillet Show
Fillet Show
USER since 7/14/08
I'm tired of trailering my ATV and getting salt in every nook and cranny. The cheap covers just rip. any suggestions on a good trailerable cover. Have a 2 up with a windshield. FS
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3/30/15 @ 8:41 AM
Fish Hound
Fish Hound
USER since 1/29/02
Keep an eye on eBay, got the pictured cover for my Polaris 700 for $35 in December.

Nice part about the factory covers is they are already reinforced and padded in all the right places and fit like a glove. Two trips to Lake Erie this winter and not even a loose seem yet.

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2/27/15 @ 10:02 AM
fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02
I have one on order. Will see how it works out. I will be sure to cover the handle bars like you mentioned. Will take off my auger rack too. But that's only held on by 2 bolts. Hate like hell to put a hole in it the first time I use it.

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2/26/15 @ 6:19 PM
fishhook
fishhook
USER since 9/16/01
I have used the Cabelas travel cover since I've bought my 2008 ATV. I'm on my second one,because I didn't throw a towel over the handle bars right away. The tighter the cover,the better/longer it will last. I also put a ratchet strap around the middle to keep it from "ballooning" up. After 7 years,I have no salt corrosion on my ATV. Well worth the price.

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2/26/15 @ 1:41 PM
fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02
Deano do you have one of those covers. If so how do you like it. The wireing on my last 4 wheeler went to hell from all the road salt. I don't want the same to happen to the new one.

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2/26/15 @ 9:16 AM
Dean Elmer
Deano
USER since 7/2/01
Cabelas has a good one

(715) 558-8732
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2/26/15 @ 8:09 AM
muskrat30
muskrat30
USER since 10/14/01
I ended up breaking down and getting a covered Triton trailer. I can fit up to two snowmobiles. It has a high top for an ATV too. I use it for storage around home, one could even camp in it.

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2/25/15 @ 9:34 AM
fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02
Check out Cabelas on line. They have one that's trailerable.

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