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US $54.95
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USA, United States
Condition:New Brand:HS Manufacturer Part Number:04.455 UPC:730157044557 EAN:0730157044557

Large Size

Fits: 15'1" TO 16' Overall Lenght

Super soft, non-abrasive fabric is 100% waterproof for extremely wet or snowy climates.
Exclusive ventilated system allows car finish to breathe.
Ultrasonic welding seams keep water out.
Cover keeps interiors cooler and its not affected by temperature's extremes.
Reinforced side grommets for cable lock cover-tie down.
Speed-Lock System for easy installation.
Fabric naturally resist rot & mildew and protects against U.V. rays.
CABLE & LOCK INCLUDED.

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