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Old 09-18-2006, 08:31 PM
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Who has them? Any thoughts? I've seen prop covers, not too many drive covers...how do they hold up?

Lastly, are they worth the $ ?
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Old 09-19-2006, 11:09 AM
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Default Re: Prop/Drive covers for trailering

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Who has them? Any thoughts? I've seen prop covers, not too many drive covers...how do they hold up?

Lastly, are they worth the $ ?
I SAW ONE A YEAR OR SO AGO IN LA. THE GUY SAID HE TOOK AN OLD WET SUIT AND HAD IT SEWN UP TO FIT THE WHOLE OUT DRIVE. EVEN HAD A ZIPPER ON IT.
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Originally Posted by ToTheMax
Who has them? Any thoughts? I've seen prop covers, not too many drive covers...how do they hold up?

Lastly, are they worth the $ ?
Prop covers - Mercury Racing, around $30.00 each I think. Drive covers are generally custom made at an uphulstery shop, $250.00 for 2.

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Default Re: Prop/Drive covers for trailering

Been covered before. Try a search.

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...ht=prop+covers

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...ht=prop+covers
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Default Re: Prop/Drive covers for trailering

Best idea is to take the props off.
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Default Re: Prop/Drive covers for trailering

Does anybody know where to get full drive covers that are good quality?
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Default Re: Prop/Drive covers for trailering

Do prop covers wear down easily?
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Mine have not, and they are three seasons old. I install them as soon as I pull the boat from the water.
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