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Differences in Covers

Discussion in 'W.E. Chapps' started by Brieldo, Mar 5, 2003.

  1. Brieldo

    Brieldo LawnSite Member
    Posts: 192


    Can you explain the differences in your covers, particularily the linings. Some mention a cotton lining, some mention a heatbarrier lining, while others are "unlined" Can you explain each of these options and what their advantages are.
  2. WE Chapps

    WE Chapps Sponsor
    Posts: 91


    The Liners are for the protection of the Outside Shell of the Cover from the heat generated by the engine and muffler.

    If you are using the Covers at the end of the day after you have driven back from your last account and the engines are all cooled down and you are locking them up for the night, then the No Liner would be the one to use.

    If you are going from property to property and hit a rain storm, the engines are cool but not cold, the Cotton Liner is best suited.

    However, if it starts raining and you are on the job and want to protect the equipment right then and there you would want the Heat Liner.

    All W.E.Covers offer the 3 Liners except the Pole Saw Cover. It has the no liner because there isn't a real heat build up in the spocket and chain area.

    Hope this helps you to understand why W.E. offer three different options for the Liners.

    Thanks for your question,


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