|Subject: Re: Covering SWing Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:22 pm|| |
I park my S'wing outside also. We don't have a garage, and there are eight steps up to the front door, so wheeling it inside is out of the question. Besides leaving ugly black rubber marks on the hardwood.
Seriously, though. My S'wing has been outdoors for a year, with no side effects. I just make sure to cover it whenever I'm not riding. I had a cover with a cotton liner, but that was a waste, because the cotton got moldy. I wound up cutting it out, and just using the waterproof part, and it works great. If I remember right, you need an extra large cover for the S'wing.
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|Subject: Re: Covering SWing Tue Jun 23, 2009 12:49 am|| |
I also have my bke outside year
around and my highbeam switch did
get carotted. Even if you use a
cover like i do all the time. BUT i
have found some good covers from
nelson riggs which i like the best.
Right now i have the Gray colored
cover and it seems to better
material then the blue and gray
mixed covers. You can look it up
online if you need to do. That one
that i bought cost $27 for a xl size.
One more thing IF you keep
the bike outside in direct
sunlight paint will fade. I know
this for a fact i had a red helix
and did not have a cover and the
Ghost rider Greg
Houston tx usa
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|Subject: Re: Covering SWing Tue Jun 23, 2009 7:01 am|| |
Here are a couple of portable motorcycle covers. They seem to get good reviews and you can keep it open and just drive in it when you get back home. I'm sure if it is really windy it would be tough to keep it open though. Just saw these things before and thought I would post them.
|Subject: Re: Covering SWing || |