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Santa brought me a cover for my bike, but I'm not sure I like it. It's the all weather cover from the HD Catalog.

It's pretty humid here where I live, and I thought it'd be a good idea to have one, even though I have a garage. Plus, you know the dust and all...(Man, have I become this obsessive??).

What are you guys using...??? Cotton cover or Polyester??

Buckethead..
 

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My covers come from "Big Lots" actually they are King Sized bed sheets.. Easy to wash easy to drape on and easy to pull off. Cheap ass... ain't I.. Had the nice Harley covers before but seemed like a wrastleing match to put on a take off... then the tires would smudge them.. so this time around.. Sheets..
 

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I agree with "Doug" Sheets work fine,...I do have a cover for my E/Glide,..But "I" throw a sheet over it 1st,...!?!
 

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LOL...that's what I've been using..sheets. Easy on and off...

I think I'll keep the all weather cover in my bag to use when traveling and continue to use the sheets in the garage...

Thanks...bucket...
 

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I have a good cover to use on overnight trips. After I bought the H-D one, a friend gave me a smart tip ... Don't buy a H-D cover, get one that says Yamaha or Suzuki. Not too many people are interested in those bikes and they won't be lifting it up to screw with/look at your hog.
 

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Now for the RKC is that full or queen size sheets? :D
 

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Fitted or Flat?:D

Or maybe I took this one step to many? LOL

Scott
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