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    Polaris ski cover

    Do you have any recomendations on a Polaris Ski cover? The factory covers are too expensive. I need two of them. I was lookig for something that would protect them from mildew and weather. It gets very windy sometimes on the lake so they have to stay attached well. I was looking at these on ebay. http://stores.ebay.com/Discount-Ramp...QQftidZ2QQtZkm What do you think? Regular or deluxe? Any other suggestions?

    Thanks


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    OEM ones can be had on ebay pretty cheap. Picked mine up new in box for $50 shipped a few weeks back.

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    Rick, it's certainly worth getting the OEM cover and I've rarely paid more than 80 bucks for an MSX or Hurricane factory cover. Keep your eyes peeled the deals are there.

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    Last year I paid something like $35 shipped for a brand new, in the box, Polaris cover. So like everyone as said so far, keep your eyes open because they are out there.

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    I was lucky, I ordered a cover by 'Slippery' for my SLT, but they sent the wrong one, it was boxed and labelled ok, but was for the smaller SL..
    So they offered me a genuine cover as a replacement, completely Free!!!

    Have to say i was pretty pleased with that..

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    I wish I could get the factory covers cheap but I don't know that I can wait too long. The 780SLX already has mildew stains on the seat from the previous owner that I can not remove. The SL900 seat is in perfect condition. Every morning they are covered in water from the moisture in the air. I have them under a platic tarp for now but that will probably just keep the moisture in. I may have to try those other covers if I don't find some soon.

    Thanks for the advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickreeves1 View Post
    The 780SLX already has mildew stains on the seat from the previous owner that I can not remove.
    Look in the cleaning isle of your local grocery store for a product called Magic eraser. It really does work like magic.

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    ive got a polaris cover for an SLX hull that has been used maybe 5 times. its pretty much new..pm me if youre interested.

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    is it the polaris cover the black&gray one how much do you want thanks chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    Look in the cleaning isle of your local grocery store for a product called Magic eraser. It really does work like magic.
    Funny you mention it. That is the first thing I tried. It would not get the black mildew spots out. I will try a little harder this weekend. That stuff works great though. It removed dirt that I could not get out with any other product and I've tried many. I had grease stains on the convertible deck lid vinyl of the car that were impossible but it worked.

    Quote Originally Posted by slx1200 View Post
    ive got a polaris cover for an SLX hull that has been used maybe 5 times. its pretty much new..pm me if youre interested.
    Very interested. PM sent.

    Thank you

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