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post #1 of 4 Old Aug 2nd, 2007, 5:27 pm Thread Starter
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Cover for Escort Radar

I own a form fitted rain cover for my Escort radar detector.

It works great except that when it blew off (Use a Rubber Band!!) it got ran over. Still works somewhat. I like it allot better than a shower cap for sure.

I cant remember where I purchased it from and if one of you can jog my memory that would be great.

It only cost around $15 or so and it very durable. Still works somewhat even after getting run over.

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post #3 of 4 Old Aug 2nd, 2007, 6:43 pm Thread Starter
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Way to Go

You can always count on the Board!!!

Thats the product and I noticed your from Renton!

Maybe we will meet on the road.

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I own a form fitted rain cover for my Escort radar detector.

It works great except that when it blew off (Use a Rubber Band!!) it got ran over. Still works somewhat. I like it allot better than a shower cap for sure.

I cant remember where I purchased it from and if one of you can jog my memory that would be great.

It only cost around $15 or so and it very durable. Still works somewhat even after getting run over.

Thanks


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