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Just bought a  UTV cloth/tarp cover for the Mule. 39.99 at Cabela's. Real thick with covered vent holes to keep it form being a furnace on the inside.

 Got here in about 4 days.  The camo cover is $70, or you can get the olive drab for $40. Really happy with my purchase

https://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-UTV-Cover/1229734.uts

 

 

BUT ,DO NOT! UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES TRY TO UN FOLD, AND PUT THE COVER ON WHILE IT'S WINDY! UNLESS YOU WANT TO GO PARAGLIDING.

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