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fishnwiz

I have bought several nylon type covers from Harbor freight over the years. They are cheap and do stand up to rain and snow surprisingly good.

They also sell a heavier duty cover that are more money.

Atv cover also are an option if you get the smaller size, as stated above by  Bill.

Cabelas brand are pretty durable. 

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MikeES

Heavy Duty Grill covers are the perfect size, water proof, and a great value.  Just measure your tractor and get a grill cover that is a little larger.

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fishnwiz

I have used grill covers as well as patio furniture covers in a pinch.

The ATV travel covers will last the longest but cost the most.

Anything you leave out in the elements takes a beating. Not sure if you are looking for indoor or outdoor covers.

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