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Author: Subject: MK Indy Indoor Cover (w/cage)
chrisbmxr

posted on 13/11/18 at 09:41 AM Reply With Quote
MK Indy Indoor Cover (w/cage)

Hi all,

I am fed up of my car getting dusty in the garage, so I'm looking for a half decent indoor cover which won't break the bank ... any recommendations?

I have seen a fitted on for 55 at everycarcovered.com, but as it's tailored I'm not sure if it will suit a car with a roll cage fitted?

Just wondered if anyone had found one that works well.

Thanks,

Chris

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WallerZero

posted on 13/11/18 at 10:09 AM Reply With Quote
If its just indoor dust, surely any cheap car cover will do?

If you want something to double as weatherproof, go Halfords. The medium size covered my Zero no problem with some ratchet straps to hold it secure. Plus it was waterproof for whenever I stayed overnight anywhere outside. Just make sure the exhaust is cold first





http://zachsgbszero.blogspot.co.uk/

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Bluemoon

posted on 13/11/18 at 01:50 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by WallerZero
If its just indoor dust, surely any cheap car cover will do?

If you want something to double as weatherproof, go Halfords. The medium size covered my Zero no problem with some ratchet straps to hold it secure. Plus it was waterproof for whenever I stayed overnight anywhere outside. Just make sure the exhaust is cold first


Two bed sheet on mine... cheap, does the job...

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furryeggs

posted on 13/11/18 at 03:55 PM Reply With Quote
I got one of these for my caged tiger

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F232980251979

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nick205

posted on 13/11/18 at 04:51 PM Reply With Quote
For an indoor cover a couple of old bed sheets sewn together. Cheap as chips and will keep the dust off it.
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kenton

posted on 13/11/18 at 06:55 PM Reply With Quote
Use an old king size duvet cover and cut down one side and along the top, saves sewing.
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chrisbmxr

posted on 14/11/18 at 05:20 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by kenton
Use an old king size duvet cover and cut down one side and along the top, saves sewing.


Good idea! Thanks!

The wife's gonna be pissed when she gets home though ...

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nick205

posted on 3/1/19 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by chrisbmxr
quote:
Originally posted by kenton
Use an old king size duvet cover and cut down one side and along the top, saves sewing.


Good idea! Thanks!

The wife's gonna be pissed when she gets home though ...



Don't use the one that's on your bed or towards the front of the airing cupboard!

Go for one that's at the back of the cupboard and doesn't get used on the bed

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