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Can anyone recommed a good cover for my sporty ???? It's outside, Sheltered on 2-sides w/roof.
My old ones gettin a little ratty.
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BikeBandit.com got mine here...........cheap and it works great mine is covered but open on side also
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Check out eBay!! I got a great cover cheap!!!!

Keep my Scoot on the Back Porch!!! Still looks New!!
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I got a cover from Wal-Mart for 20 bucks. Fits perfect, get the extra large.
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Well that covers it!
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I expect you know this already, but i will say it again for some who might not: Be sure to use something that breaths. Do not use a plastic tarp.
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and they make one for bikes too plug it in and forgetaboutit
yuppie storage for bikes
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Like Elden said.....Wal-Mart....$20....auto department.

I'm pretty sure it's breathable (is that a word?) and it has a heat shield on the lower half (although I have never covered it while it was still hot). There are 3 plastic clips (attached to elastic) which are attached to the bottom and rings/holes on the other side to hook them on to keep the cover from blowing off. No HD symbol, but that could be a good thing!!
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and they make one for bikes too plug it in and forgetaboutit
yuppie storage for bikes
The MoCo sells one of these. They call it the "Harley Bubble"...
http://www.harley-davidson.com/gma/g...bmLocale=en_US


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