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I called Covercraft and they confirmed that they will have the pattern for our Ridgelines within the week and will be shipping next week.

So I just ordered a custom Covercraft cover from autoanything.com for $214.95 (Noah fabric, my personal favorite). If you are in the continental US, shipping is FREE now! I, unfortunately, am in Hawaii and had to pay for shipping. ;-)

Keep your Ridgeline looking new--invest in a cover--it's worth it.

Aloha,
Keoni

PS. No, I do not work for Covercraft nor Autoanything.com!
 

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Wow . . . I can't believe no one responded to this in 6 months! I guess most folks aren't interested in covers for trucks? Ours in in the driveway & sometimes doesn't get driven for days . . . and with the Palm Trees above, sometimes get 'spots' fromt the leaves dripping (not really a sap problem - just gets 'dirty' from the dripping).
So I'm checking out sites myself lately. Better covers seem expensive at the sites I've checked out ($400+), so I'll keep looking, and check out your info. Hope you're still with us. I don't get on here often myself.
 

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Dnick said:
Wow . . . I can't believe no one responded to this in 6 months! I guess most folks aren't interested in covers for trucks? Ours in in the driveway & sometimes doesn't get driven for days . . . and with the Palm Trees above, sometimes get 'spots' from the leaves dripping (not really a sap problem - just gets 'dirty' from the dripping).
So I'm checking out sites myself lately. Better covers seem expensive at the sites I've checked out ($400+), so I'll keep looking, and check out your info. Hope you're still with us. I don't get on here often myself.
Actually I covered this very subject on 09/28/05. Go to the Accessories section and see the thread 'Custom Covers for your Ridgeline' posted by me with pictures. :)
 
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