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Ripped Bike Cover - July 4, 2006, 10:55 AM

So after towing my bike up to NYS and back, the threading along the right side of the cover ripped halfway down the side. Can anyone tell me a place where I can get that fixed around here? Or anyone that can put some zippers in the sides to make it easier to strap down on the trailer? Thanks!



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Look for an auto upolsterer or, talk to you local dry cleaner.


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I just bought one for like $40..... get a new one!


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July 8, 2006, 04:28 PM

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I just bought one for like $40..... get a new one!
I would recommend just getting a new one...

but question... how were you towing it? on an open trailer? cause I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to cover the bike if it's on an open trailer. and you esp wouldn't want zippers on the cover flapping into the bike... just a thought.
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