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Anyone think this cover would work just for something to keeping grinding dust,sparks ,etc off a ride? Since I gotta store a car in the same 2-car garage i work in, and dont want to back it out if the weather is bad.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/Disp...temnumber=90102

its like on step up from a tarp,lol

I just want somthing I can throw over the car if I got to do some grinding or welding on the other end of the garage.
 

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anything would be better than nothing is what im thinking. As long as theres no friction it shouldnt leave any scratches
 

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Originally posted by masatalker@Jan 4 2009, 07:51 PM~12605051
anything would be better than nothing is what im thinking.  As long as theres no friction it shouldnt leave any scratches

thats whats i was thinking, they dont tell what the inside of the cover is like..
 

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I BOUGHT A CAR COVER FROM LIKE PEP BOYS OR DISCOUNT AUTO FOR UNDER $40. I ALSO BOUGHT SOME MOVING BLANKETS FROM HOME DEPOT TO PUT DOWN FIRST TO HELP.
 

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I found some decent ones from empire. This cover was a replacement cover for a custom cover that cost three times as much and started leaking water and collecting dust under the cover in less than a year. My Empire cover is 4 months old, has survived numerous strong thunderstorms and seering Texas sun, and so far is exceeding my expectations. I have 3 cars under cover, soon the other two will be covered by Empire.

http://empirecovers-review.blogspot.com/
 
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