Rain cover wanted for touring
larrylarry75
Posted 10/1/2015 11:48 PM (#86375)
Subject: Rain cover wanted for touring



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I'm looking for a lightweight rain cover for my rig. I have one now but it's bulky as the devil and I've no idea what it was made for, probably a quad or something. I found one on line for Urals but at $300 I think it's way overpriced. My reasoning is if Dowco and others can make great bike covers for way under a hundred bucks someone should be offering one for a rig at no more than double. Even two hundred bucks would be acceptable given the obvious lower market volume so I'm up for that but three hundred...?

Thanks for any help or ideas.

LL75
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Reardan Tom
Posted 10/2/2015 3:12 PM (#86380 - in reply to #86375)
Subject: Re: Rain cover wanted for touring



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I picked up a quad cover for the sidecar and a bike cover very reasonable at Wal-Mart a few years back when I'd left home without my normal covers. I use these two now more than the older ones because they are light weight and pack small.
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larrylarry75
Posted 10/2/2015 5:07 PM (#86381 - in reply to #86380)
Subject: Re: Rain cover wanted for touring



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Thanks Tom, I've got an assortment of covers, some of them similar to what you describe. They work well enough but what I'd really like would be a purpose-made cover that would cover both the bike and hack.
Best,
Larry

*This is the cover that I'm using now, I think it's probably for a quad. It's not really rain proof and it's hard to use which is why I'd like a better one.

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