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What do y'all think about an ATV Cover. I sometimes have to store my ATV outside to save space in the garage or when I'm at camp I'd like to cover it to keep the seat and handlebars from being wet/icy when hunting. I've always just used a tarp, but it blows around and is a pain to get on. I was looking at these on eBay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/263185503423
 

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if it fits atv well, it will cover it, but I doubt for that price its all that high of quality, some COLD temps and wind, and I can see the handle bars poking a hole pretty easy after a few uses
GOOD cover, simply costs money, canvas is what you want for long term
I personally used to use a tarp at camp in winter to keep snow rain off, and would attach a few bungee cords to things to hold in place even in HIGH winds, tarps would like 12x10 ft I think and fit MY atv well to the mid way on tires, < Harbor freight cheap one'
s get 2-3 yrs out of one and just replace, many times they were even free with a coupon LOL
but I knew this was a cheap set up, and only done on rare occasions , if I did it often, I'd invest in a GOOD cover, and keep in mind MICE like dry places all the more so if you park a warm atv under a cover in cold temps, they FLOCK to the heat
I would carry an exhaust plug and use it if parked for more than 1-2 nights , and then check air bi=ox before using, as found way too much crap in them from mice, even over just one night? suckers work fast some times LOL
 

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I've used some cheap covers. They don't really keep water/ moisture off the bike. They are more dust covers. Note that says "water repellant" not waterproof.

I've got to expand my overhang on my shop to park more wheelers. I currently have room for 3, need room for about 7-8
 
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