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Old 02-01-2005, 09:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Any one had any luck with it.. I was in a bind.. and bought that one.. just wondering if any one has had any good experiance with it or not...

As many of you know I'm going to Iraq for 7 months.. car will be at my rents house.. so I bought a cover...

Figured you clean freaks would know.. since probably half of you regular posters in the detail forum would know...

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if you can lock it, do it, my only advice... lol, sry I can't be of anymore help.
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Looking through BavAuto's catalog, they're supposedly rated really highly for most everything. Don't have any first-hand knowledge, though.
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I've had a Noah cover for about nine months and it has worked out well. I live in a very windy area and have found it nesessary to tie it down with bungee cords running under the car to the grommets by the front door. I also have to tie the front down when it really blows. I also advise that you wipe the car down with microfiber and detailing spray before you put the cover on. If the car is dirty and the wind blows, you could get some paint abrasion.
I fold the cover lengthwise onto the roof, then fold it onto the rear window so that I don't have to pull it off over the painted body. It only takes a minute or so to take off or put on that way.
Overall it's a nice cover and I'm pleased.
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