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#7231978 - 12/27/12 ATV Travel Cover  
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I bought a travel cover for my hunting ATV. It is a Arctic Cat
500 with mud tires because I hunt the swamp ridges in Canada. It came from Cabela's and is grey. They had employee pricing for people in the Cabela's Club. I was impressed with how thick the cover was. It has three buckle straps to secure it. I was pleased to pay only 69.00 for it. Heavy Duty, and no more salt and slush on the ATV when I get to deer camp. Buckfever1

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#7231992 - 12/27/12 Re: ATV Travel Cover [Re: buckfever1]  
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#7246580 - 12/30/12 Re: ATV Travel Cover [Re: Seminole39]  
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As with snowmobile travel covers, I always run a couple extra straps over them to keep them tighter so wind doesn't beat them up after a year or so. Also, I take the covers off and store them and just use tarps to keep crap off until ready to go again. And, they last longer.


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