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    Best Cover/Deal for a Virage?

    Looks like there are a lot of covers out there to pick from. I would like one that can last out side in the Atlanta, GA weather and will not blow off if I take it on a road trip to Pensacola FL?


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    Best Cover/Deal for a Virage?

    This is probably not the "best" cover but as far as a Deal I love my wave gear cover on my sl780. It only was 40 bucks from walmart.com.

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    I only buy OEM covers....best fit and most durable. Not the cheapest.

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    Best Cover/Deal for a Virage?

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostinstallations View Post
    I only buy OEM covers....best fit and most durable. Not the cheapest.
    Yea they are the nicest fitting but being one one eBay costs more than I paid for my ski I couldn't bring myself to bite the bullet. I also heard jet tribe are like the ultimate

    Here's a pic of mine not totally tightened down though Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascivic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ghostinstallations View Post
    I only buy OEM covers....best fit and most durable. Not the cheapest.
    Yea they are the nicest fitting but being one one eBay costs more than I paid for my ski I couldn't bring myself to bite the bullet. I also heard jet tribe are like the ultimate

    Here's a pic of mine not totally tightened down though Click image for larger version. 

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    That is a deal how long have you had it?
    Does is stay on good when driving the lake?

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    Best Cover/Deal for a Virage?

    I've had it this summer. I cover over with a tarp since most of these covers are not waterproof (I beleive the oem isn't either). I don't trailer with it but its got some pretty strong elastic around the waterline and three ratchet straps for underneath. Also has ports on the back so the pressure goes out and the storage bag is sowed into the cover. If you do a search on here there's others that have used it with good results. Walmart only sells the medium so if you need the large I think northern tool has the large the cheapest

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascivic View Post
    I've had it this summer. I cover over with a tarp since most of these covers are not waterproof (I beleive the oem isn't either). I don't trailer with it but its got some pretty strong elastic around the waterline and three ratchet straps for underneath. Also has ports on the back so the pressure goes out and the storage bag is sowed into the cover. If you do a search on here there's others that have used it with good results. Walmart only sells the medium so if you need the large I think northern tool has the large the cheapest
    The OEM ones are water resistant/proof. The one on my SL keeps it dry as a bone. Not one drop of water make it to the ski. The ones for my virage and genesis do let water in. I just cleaned, repaired and re-waterproofed them this weekend. Hoping they will no keep the skis dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostinstallations View Post
    I just cleaned, repaired and re-waterproofed them this weekend. Hoping they will no keep the skis dry.
    What do you use to waterproof the cover?

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    I used the Sunbrella 303 Fabric Guard


    http://www.amazon.com/303-Products-0...+waterproofing

    Soaks in real well and water beads up after one application. I found that 16 oz is just enough for a single heavy coat on one cover.

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    Nothing beats the OEM covers for towing.

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