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post #1 of 13 Old 02-28-12, 21:09 Thread Starter
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Need to Cover for my 675

I'm looking around and not really finding what I'm after.

I want to purchase a good cover for my bike. I see these $40 things at Walmart and I don't think that is what I want.

Any recommendations for a good weather proofed cover for Daytona 675. Something that fits well, maybe you can tighten them down? or around the base?

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post #2 of 13 Old 02-28-12, 21:11
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Triumph sells a cover for the Daytona that works great.

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I think I would like to get something that doesn't tell the world what is underneath. You know? Will help me sleep at night.

I'll check it out though, thanks.
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Try this website: car covers.com my wife purchased a cover for my 999 as xmas present for me this year from there. It fits great and has a nice soft finish on the inside so it does not scratch the paint.
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http://www.carcovers.com
http://www.car-covers.com

Dont see bike covers on either of those sites :(
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http://www.carscover.com/Triumph-Day...-SP4472NB.html

Here you go, sorry about the first link.
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Ah nice, thank you so much. Exactly what i was looking for!
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I had one when I lived in an apartment. Worked great. Well worth the money and great quality. Spoke with the owner who makes them himself when it teared due to a dog. He gave me a free patch kit. Big Thumbs up.

I forget that the best part is you can lock it with a pad lock. A thief can easily slash the cover but it keeps easily deterred criminal out.

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I would go with triumph on this one. They make some really nice covers. I got the dust cover and I love it. Great fit, great material. It's just made for the bike. I'm sure their outdoor one is kick ass too.


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Dowco covers are great, I've tried most of the others, and keep coming back to these. Weatherproof, w/out trapping moisture (avoid the plastic-coated ones). Locking grommets underneath, some come with a cable, some you provide your own (use a thin bike lock cable). Don't forget to take the cover off in high wind; it will knock your bike over.
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