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HD Sidecar Tonneau leak
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Posted 10/25/2003 10:44 PM (#1280)
Subject: HD Sidecar Tonneau leak


I'm looking for information from someone who knows (or knows someone who knows)a good solution for preventing rain leaking into an HD Ultra Classic sidecar through the handgrip opening in the tonneau cover. The odd air flows set up by the fairing, fairing wind deflectors and the sidecar body aim a rivulet (river?) of rain water up and under the cover. My passenger is tiring of the moldy odor that results from a constantly damp carpet.

Edited by Don Thompson 10/25/2003 10:45 PM
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Posted 11/4/2003 12:35 PM (#1426 - in reply to #1280)
Subject: RE: HD Sidecar Tonneau leak



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Posted 11/4/2003 10:52 PM (#1434 - in reply to #1426)
Subject: RE: HD Sidecar Tonneau leak


Thanks for noticing. All my "friends" advise me not to ride when it rains, but what's the point in having a motorcycle in Oregon, then? Or Washington, for that matter. Still hoping someone out there has had similar problems they've been able to solve.
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