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    I'm looking For A Good Rail Cover A Buddy Of Mine
    Gave Me Some Used Black Covers With a Diamond Pattern On Them They Work Great Been In For 2 Years And Are Showing No Signs Of Wear Yet,Problem Is He Does Not Know Where They Came
    From If Anyone Knows Who Sells These Please Let Me Know.

  • #2
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    I got some of those i belive from Grand Prix. They might be local though. Stahl's bigass thick white covers are the bomb though. Get a pair's worth and cut them down to just cover the bottom of the rails and see if you like them.
    The impossible often has a kind of integrity to it which the merely improbable lacks.


    • #3
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      Stahls Are The Bomb. I like to use them all the way up. When the bottoms wear out you can flip them over and make them last twice as long.
      They say that the **** rolls down hill but the smell always starts at the top.


      • #4
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        now thats what I am talking about!!!!


        • #5
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          I also like JCP's new track cover. I think they call it "Red Rider". Twice as thick as the black one's and no spinning balls.
          Give me a hammer and some duct tape and I can fix it!


          • #6
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            I have used both the Stahl's and JCP product with good results.


            • #7
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              Brunswick TAN lift rod cover. It will last for years and if you use DrySlide when you blow it on, it is easy to turn to a new clean surface. Ed Fox sells it for a very competitive price.
              Yeah but, We've always done it that way.


              • #8
                Re: Rail Covers

                Trying AMF's Gripper PBL System...the semi-clear proprietary urethane covers with Neoprene uppers and belt. 3-1/2 years so far on one pair with no problems. One of the great things about the system: the "thimbles" at the bottom. PBL guides with thick urethane, so the start up diameter is the same as that of the cover. The lousy thing about it: $$$$$$.

                CAUTION: If you try these, and you have the 1-5/8 tall unistruts on the kickbacks, you may need to bend over or cut off the unistrut corners that may contact the urethane. Very thick!


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