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post #1 of 14 Old 02-05-2010, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Just wondering which shock covers fit the 700 and if there is any draw backs to having them,(hold mud bad, hard to clean,etc.).
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i got from ebay i love them keep everything out of the shocks there not to bad to clean The only problem i have is they get pinched in the spring and when i take them off to clean the will tear if i just try to pull them out
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great question, I been looking for some as well. Found some on ebay made for xx think they are about $40 for all 4. Just not sure if I like them, they either say TRX ot have flames on them. I'd prefer some all black ones. Anyone know of a good source? Pro Armor has some cools ones but they only sell in pairs and they are not cheep.
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There`s a place on E-Bay named Cover Fever. They can make any color combo you want and have different designs to choose from. And if you don`t see what you want E-Mail and ask.
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i have the ones off ebay with flames and trx on them got them for 30$ they do agood job of keeping shocks clean but they are about 1 inch short the material isnt breathable either like an outerwear i use them in winter i also have some from honda racing they fit better and made out of like an outerwear material that is breathable and water resistant you can get them from the honda off-road accessories catalog genuineaccessories.honda.com


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nice looking "Honda Racing" shock covers for the xx. $60
http://www.hondaeastsuperstore.com/Items/08P36-HP6-200

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I ordered two setís of these on a whim. They say there for the fronts, but really fit the rear better. But to tell truth they donít fit either perfect. They look nice and cool, and are breathable. If I were to do it again Iíd check the factory Honda covers, you know they should fit perfect.

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Dirtskins.com...46.99...I got the Black with Red Spider Webs. They fit great, front and back. The are Neoprene with Velcro to close it off. They go on easy and take off easy to clean. They kept my shocks from getting covered in mud last summer..I would recommend them...
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How well do they work with Elkas? I've been lookin at them but haven't bought yet.

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