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    Wondering what people use for covering their stacks while traveling? I have a big cover but do not want to travel with it, I have seen people use balls but can't find any that fit.

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    nerf footballs, easier to remove than balls, you can use the stiffer foam,

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    I was just at Target and couldn't find any that fit. Maybe Toys R Us.

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    Just use duct tape and some rags. Looks classy. ROFL
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    Oh, and rags do so well for keeping out water. HAHAHA

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    I went to Petsmart, they have tennis balls that are bigger than normal and were perfect.










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    My wife builds us beautiful zip-tight covers that match the upholstery for cars and boats.
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    I went to my local auto upholstery business and had them make me a one-piece one out of black, vinyl (with an elastic bottom).
    Fits great. Looks great. Stays on great, while driving 70+ down the freeway. Cost me something like $90.00

    Or you can have Mrs. The Doctor make you one as well...

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    Doc and PE 316, do you guys have pics ? I have a one piece but worry about it chaffing on the stacks/tubes.

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    The upper portion of my Ram Tubes are powder-coated. The cover does not chafe them at all

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    My tops are anodized but that could work with the right liner i think. I am surpised it stays on though! The one I have is much bigger and poorer fitting. Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD Mandella View Post
    My tops are anodized but that could work with the right liner i think. I am surpised it stays on though! The one I have is much bigger and poorer fitting. Thanks again!
    Are yours the staggered stacks, or all at the same height? Our old one we had on the Funnycar worked great but it had them all at the same height. I made one for staggered stacks which did not come out as nice (being that I made it instead of my mother) but it would work just fine as higher speeds. I will see if I have pictures.

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    Thanks Paul, mine are staggered, the individual ones your Dad mentioned sound cool!

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