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Old 04-17-2007, 12:12 PM
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Does anyone have a supplier for a cover that just covers the cockpit and deck that has a cinch tie on one side to keep the sun off the deck? Its a small lake boat (Stingray) all red and it oxidizes in about a month at the dock.Thanks Guys. Tom
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Old 04-17-2007, 11:21 PM
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Overtons???????

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these guys are pretty good. several of my friends have used them and had good results. they have paterns for just about everything


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Second Boatcovers.com. Good prices and no problems with warranty issues. I had a seam spit after 3 years and they sent a new replacement cover.
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I went the low cost rout.....Walmart. They carry a brand called Harbor Master. They come with a 5 year warranty. First one I had fell apart at the edge seam after three years. Followed their return procedure and they sent me a new cover. This one was built much better and has held up for two years now. Not bad for a $100 investment. If this one falls apart I'll send it back for replacement too.
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