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    Registered User chipwalter's Avatar
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    Half cover for RT

    Looking for a lightweight, compressible (small storage space requirement) half cover for travel use on an RT. Any recommendations appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipwalter View Post
    Looking for a lightweight, compressible (small storage space requirement) half cover for travel use on an RT. Any recommendations appreciated.
    I've used the same EZ Touring Traveller "A" cover on a K11LT, K12LT, R1150RT, and R1200GS. It worked on all of them, obviously with more coverage on some than others.



    They last forever if you dry them out before putting them away.

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    God? What god? roborider's Avatar
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    I bought a Nelson Rigg half cover (size L?). I like it a lot. I'd look at price, as I think all the good covers are about the same in quality.
    Rob C. , Raleigh, NC
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    Here's a second endorsement for the EZ Touring cover. Just got one and it's much nicer quality than the made in China one I got at Cyclegear for my other bike.

    Bob
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    Willie & Max Travel Cover

    I bought one of these off E-Bay over 10 years ago and I was using it on an R1200C and now I'm using it on an R1200RT. Works great, packs small, has elastic loops on it that loop around the bottom of the front forks and a loop that goes over your license plate to hold it in place on the bike. Stays on all night, I've never had it blow off during a windy stormy night on the road.

    http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...=45&zmap=24058

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    Thanks for the suggestions.

    Anyone have experience with EZ Touring's showercap? The small size is appealing, especially for packing. http://eztouring.com/showercap.htm

    How about the Tour King half cover? http://www.tourkingcovers.com/shop/custom.asp?recid=3

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