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Old 02 April 2013, 08:03   #11
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What would give a guide is if you ask any seller the weight of the cover in kg and that would at least give a basic comparison between the ones available.
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Old 22 May 2013, 23:15   #12
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Ok bought the Honwave cover from honda, after some haggling lol. Now how do the rest of you that have this cover prevent it from sagging with rainwater ? ?
Presume you use something to prop it up , possibly on the seat and somewhere down near the engine ?
No matter how tight I pull the draw strings it still sags a little when it rain and eventually the weight of the water would rip it IMO.
Also has anyone the Honwave seat bag ? Are they worth investing in ? or just buy a universal one ?
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Old 25 May 2013, 13:02   #13
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There is a portable post that has a mushroom top to reduce sagging of the cover. Don't know where mine came from as it was part of the boat deal.
search boat cover support, this one below comes apart for storage.
http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...10051_11167_-1
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Old 25 May 2013, 13:12   #14
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I used to use an exercise ball from Argos.... cheap as chips. ..
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Old 25 May 2013, 19:16   #15
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Plenty of food for thought there, have to sort something out before the next deluge of rain appears
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