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    R1100 RT
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    DOWCO motorcycle covers

    Just a post to encourage others to buy DOWCO motorcycle covers.
    I had the best warranty experience with them and see value in the product.
    I purchased a DOWCO Guardian Weatherall Plus motorcycle cover six years ago and just received a new cover from them as part of their lifetime warranty.

    I commute to work daily for all the days in a year that ice or snow isn't on the roads.
    I cover the motorcycle each day. I had been buying nylon covers every two years. The DOWCO material was still o.k. The strap can off and the vinyl vent cover had cracked. DOWCO replaced the cover with an easy warranty process.

    http://www.dowcopowersports.com/
    Last edited by R1100RT; 09-27-2012 at 05:42 PM. Reason: Signature
    Dean Kohlmeyer
    Garner, IA (north central Iowa)
    1998 R1100 RT over 112,000 miles, commuter
    2013 Moto Guzzi Stelvio

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    Same thing here-they give you a new one! Made in China but still hard to go wrong on a hvy weight cover like these!

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    Talking DOWCO Covers

    Had one 6-7 years now. Not in daily use, but is still in original condition.

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    Looks like two may be in my future.
    Gear Up and Ride Safe
    Jim Rogers
    2010 R12GSA aka Heidi
    Yorktown, Va

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    I have had one that I use about four days a week, for the past four years. It is looking a little dirty, some of the soft inner-lining has frayed a bit, but it still works very well and the elastic if is in great shape.
    There are two other guys who use much cheaper covers and they always have problems: ripping, not rain proof, no vents, and they actually blow off there bikes all the time because the elastic is so poor. I just smile and say "Dowco."
    Not everything made in China is poor quality.

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    Excellent product.
    Ken
    2004 R1150RT
    2013 F800R

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