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from San Francisco, CA
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Comments about Dowco Guardian Weatherall Motorcycle Cover:
This cover fits snugly, and the heat shield and windshield protector definitely work. I've had covers in the past that have cause condensation to form in cold weather, which isn't a problem with this cover. If you want the best, look no further.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Roomy, easy on & off
With a small garage and a big stable (once and future racer) I didn't have room for the Gold Wing when my father gave it to me. While bikes can live fine in Western Washington outside the advantages, like less rust and a dry seat are obvious. So, a cover.I have used other covers with varied results - generally too hard to install at night, or easily slips off. The Dowco has neither problem. A snug elastic sewn into the bottom seam expands easily over bags, bars and more and then snugs in. The only concern is high winds. The generous cut may flap excessively, causing premature wear. Time will tell.
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Lasts OK but has weaknesses
from No. Virginia
I've had a couple of Dowco Guardian covers as well as a cheaper cover. I use them for year-round outdoor storage (mid-Atlantic) in a driveway underneath trees and with some direct sun, so fairly harsh conditions compared to a garage or carport. The Weatherall has provided very good protection, and the main (black) canvas-like fabric has been durable enough to last more than two years. The primary weakness has been the silver heat shield panels which have deteriorated faster than the main fabric, and the seams joining the panels which tore after little more than a year (though I never use the cover immediately after riding.) I'd like to find a cover like this that does without the heat shield panels -- and just live with letting the bike cool completely before covering it. Then I think the cover could remain useable for three or more years. It's still better than a cheaper cover I tried which tore up badly after less than two years. As far as sizing, my current Weatherall is a Large, and it fits OK on a BMW R1150R with saddlebags and small windshield.
Appears to have potential.
Size M covers my Honda 400 (stock) snugly but completely. Just installed it about an hour ago so I can't be of much more help than that at this time. Appears to be well made.
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