When transporting your snowmobile on a trailer or an open vehicle, be sure to use and tighten all the straps – the cover could blow off and cause injury to others.
Failure to use and tighten straps when transporting your snowmobile on a trailer or an open vehicle can cause damage to your cover
How to use straps:
1. Cover any sharp points (such as a windshield corner) with cloth or a sponge to avoid stressing your cover when it is stretched tight across your snowmobile.
2. Find the white label with arrows sewn in the hem of the cover – this is the front of your cover. Now stretch the cover down over your snowmobile.
3. Locate the strap A in the middle of your cover (Fig.1) From where the strap attaches to the cover, run the strap end with the male buckle under your snowmobile and then back up to clip it into the female buckle. Tighten the strap so that is snug, but not cinched completely tight.
4. Run the forward strap B under your snowmobile behind the ski struts and connect it into the buckle on the opposite side.
5. Run the rear strap C under the tail of your snowmobile into the buckle on the opposite side. Tighten all the straps as necessary for a tight fit on your snowmobile.
Covering your snowmobile when on a trailer or an open vehicle:
If you plan to cover your snowmobile while transporting it on a trailer or open vehicle you must use and carefully tighten all the provided straps to hold your cover down in the winds created by high speed travel. When first using your cover for highway travel we suggest you to check your cover after you have driven a short distance.
Clean your cover with a soft brush and some warm water. It may also be machine washed in cold water. Do not use soap, as it may remove the protective coatings added by the factory. Line dry or machine dry on air or delicate cycle.
A handy storage sack is attached to the rear of your cover. Be sure the cover is completely dry before you store it in the sack for an extended period.