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Old 04-12-2011, 04:23 PM
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Eastie - do you trailer w/that cover? If so, any chaffing above rubrail? I don't know if I should get a new cover (maybe snap-type) or have some type of fleece lined along the inside of mine ('10 x14v)...MC states mine is a "towable" cover--I think all that means is it won't fly off if secured properly. Heard it can rub the gel pretty good.
I have, but don't do so regularly simply so the cover can have as much longevity as possible. No chaffing on those occasions when I have done it. These are designed as trailerable covers. There is extra padding on the windshield and transom. They are drum tight. The only part that moves when underway at highway speeds is the front portion over the windshield. It does have a 70 mph breeze on it after all.
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