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I’m shopping for an enclosure for my 2022 550x.  I’ve so far found 3 or 4 different brands.  I’ll write up a post with my findings and links.  Anyone like their enclosure?  Any tips for what to look for?  I heard double stitching is important (makes sense).  I’d like detachable doors and a zippered back window so in the summer it’s easy to have it open.

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