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Jeep Cherokee Coverking Car Covers

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Coverking StormProof Car Cover Reviews

For outdoors: StormProof, not Triguard

Reviewed By Nicholas P (San Pedro, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Jeep Cherokee —6/14/2008 12:25 PM

A year ago we ordered a Coverking Triguard cover. We were very pleased with the workmanship and fit. Over a year, though, the fabric degraded badly. Our fault, really: it's completely exposed outdoors in full sun, and the manufacturer doesn't really recommend it for that purpose. Now we've got a StormProof, which is recommended for outdoor exposure. Fit and workmanship are (again) excellent. We expect it to last much longer. It's also much more compact (when rolled up) than the triguard. These covers are custom-designed for each car model, and it shows. Even in our very windy area, they don't need tie-downs or anything. They fit so tightly that they aren't in danger of blowing off.

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Coverking Triguard Car Cover Reviews

Triguard on Jeep Cherokee

Reviewed By James C (Cottonwood, AZ) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Cherokee —4/24/2008 5:09 PM

My new triguard cover is easy to in stall by myself, and fits good. I have a spotlight on the drivers side so can't use the mirror "cover" on that side. The cover still fit fine. I wish this cover had a softer lining to protect the finish better. The triguard + would have been a better choice for this car.

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Coverking Autobody Armor Car Cover Reviews

Fits Great and Protects my 2007 Corvette in Florida Sun & Rain

Reviewed By Richard A (Clearwater, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —11/20/2015 6:34 PM

It fits like a glove. After a light rain, some water beaded up & some soaked in but didn't make it thru to the finish. It dried in a couple of hours. If there is a downside to the cover, it's more heavy and bulky than my old Wolf cover but this is the trade off for it's waterproofness and ding protection. It can easily get away from you if you're not careful during removal or installation. The soft flannel inside against a good wax job is slippery. Once on, it stays put.

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