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High-Quality Semi-Custom-Fit UTV Covers With a Great Value
Utility Terrain Vehicles were designed as an alternative to ATVs. A UTV can also be referred to as an SxS (Side-by-Side) because it allows the driver and passenger to be seated next to each other. A UTV can carry more passengers when compared to an ATV. These vehicles usually have four wheels, but some models can have up to six wheels and can carry up to six passengers with bench seating.
UTVs are extremely popular among avid campers and hunters. They perform heavy-duty work that makes them suitable for both work and recreation activities. These versatile vehicles allow you to plan a great weekend with friends and family because of their increased capacity and capabilities. Unlike an ATV, you don’t need three vehicles and three operators to transport six people.
UTVs can be expensive, but their tremendous value makes them a prime investment. If you own one, you need to understand that it may be a heavy-duty vehicle, but it may not last long without proper care. A Seal Skin UTV cover can effectively protect your investment against destructive elements.
Why Choose a Seal Skin Cover for Your Prime Investment?
UTVs are designed in such a way that they can withstand almost anything; however, constant exposure to harmful UV rays, rain, snow, and debris can affect your UTV in several ways.
If your vehicle is parked outside during sunny days, prolonged exposure to the sun can cause the paint to fade and also cause damage to the seats, grips, and cables. Rainy days can be equally bad for your vehicle. Excessive rains can cause corrosion and condensation inside your gas tank.
If you are fortunate enough to own a garage, you need to understand that even small particles such as dirt, dust, and insect frass can scratch the exterior finish and cause considerable damage over time. Unless your garage is air-tight and temperature-regulated, dust, pollen, and moisture can still get in and wreak havoc on your vehicle.
At Seal Skin, we offer one of the best UTV covers on the market for both indoor and outdoor storage.
How Our Brand Exceeds Customers’ Expectations
We only use top-quality materials and enforce strict manufacturing standards to ensure that our products exceed your expectations. It is important for you to purchase a cover that fits well to keep out water, heat, and other elements, otherwise, dampness can creep into the smallest cracks.
Our semi-custom-fit covers are altered for each model. They also have a full elastic hem that provides an ideal fit. Word of mouth is extremely powerful. We believe that when a satisfied customer spreads the word about our incredible products and service, that is the best advertising we can have. Keeping this in mind, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee with every purchase.
A Seal Skin Cover Is as Versatile as Your UTV
Seal Skin UTV covers offer many benefits that you can consider before purchasing them. Seal Skin covers ensure water resistance as the reinforced seams of our covers are ultrasonically welded. Even though our covers ensure a snug fit, they still provide enough ventilation. This ensures that water is not trapped in the cover leading to unwanted mold. The vented openings provide breathable space and prevent mold and mildew by allowing water-resistant material to shed moisture. For many garage owners, fluctuating temperatures due to poor insulation is a big headache. The multiple layers of our synthetic fabric Seal Skin cover provide a shield from the considerable damage that can be caused by sudden changes in temperature. Seal Skin covers include advanced UV inhibitors that act as a reflective layer to bounce off the heat and harmful UV rays. The outer durable layer of a Seal Skin cover provides water and tear resistance. The soft inner layer and the non-metallic grommets protect the finish from any kind of scratches. UTVs appeal to a wider audience because of their ability to carry more passengers and also because they provide great safety features. UTVs are expensive and if you own one, then you need to give them the protection they deserve. Luckily, maintaining your UTV in pristine condition does not require you to shell out a fortune.
Having a UTV comes with many responsibilities and challenges, and proper preservation is extremely significant. Wrapping your UTV with a suitable cover when it is not in use will ensure that it stays in a stainless situation. Our Seal Skin UTV covers are not just an important accessory but also a great alternative to protect your investment, satisfaction, and happiness.
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So I finally got my Quad Gear cab enclosure after waiting out the backorder for three months and to say it's been a huge disappointment is a pretty big understatement. I think mostly because I could make it work, if not for one major issue. The windshield is right next to impossible to see out of. It's a real headscratcher because the side and rear windows are okay. It's not high quality 30 or 40 gauge marine vinyl but I have Quad Gear's stand-alone winshield so I knew it wasn't the best in terms of visibility, but definitely doable for the price. Incredibly, the side and rear windows of the cab eclosure are just as clear as the stand-alone windshield. And the windshield on the enclosure is like 50 percent worse than the stand-alone. It's the same company! I don't get it. If it had just been the rear windshield that was that bad I would have kept it. There are some creases and wrinkles here and there, but I've been using the stand-alone windshield for the past three months so it's good enough not to have to shell out $600 plus for the stock hard windshield. I'd put visibility at about 65- 70 percent. The wife hates it though, which is a pretty big negative. In any case, my original plans were to have an upholsterer change the crappy vinyl out for the high quality stuff and I even sent it to a guy who ended up flaking out on me and refusing to do it. He said he didn't want to charge me $400 for something I paid $200 for. Long story, short, I decided to return it and just get the insanely expensive Kawasaki enclosure next winter since the frigid temps here are about to start climbing in a couple weeks anyway. I first put it on just to see how it would look (I took pics of course) and found that it didnt even seal 100 percent and made it drafty inside the cab. So make that two major issues. At least with the stock enclosure everything will be top flight. Doors will be nice too.