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I have a coverzone Stormforce which has lasted a long time, including when the 6 lived on my drive for a year or so


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I have had several Stormforce covers including one under warranty but found they rip at the seams after a year or two and are not that UV ray resistant , and get very brittle.

So, I resorted to good old Halfords. They are not tailor made but small, medium, large etc. Does have ties and about half the price of Stormforce . When it gets destroyed I won’t mind replacing it.



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Paint chaffing at the corners due to wind movement and paint microblisters were two problems I had when I stored my TR outdoors under an outdoor cover. The external surface on the one I had was similar to that in boxofbits first photo. 

Another problem, which might not occur in the UK, was the sun hardening the  cover and it cracking after 2 years or so. In the end I resorted to covering the cover with a sun proof tarpaulin for long term storage.

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I have used Hamilton's outdoor cover or last 5 years - I have renewed after 3 years and have been very happy - very little 'rubbing'.

But does allow condensation to form underneath when certain (mainly autumn and spring) weather conditions. 


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