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Old 10-16-2002, 12:27 PM
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I've been thinking of buying one of those canopy covers off the internet....I've seen some prices around $250 which is not really that bad. My Hammer has a cockpit cover but thats it....I need to cover her quick....winter approaching. Do any of you guys have/use these. The one I spotted is here http://www.camcanopies.com/Canopy_Kits.htm
the 12x24 kit. I want a silver top...i think the white will get dirty quick. Let me know what you guys have...i need something ASAP.
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Old 10-17-2002, 08:11 AM
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anyone???
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I have a www.cover-it.com full canopy for mine. I bought it used from a member here, and it is two seasons old. The canvas and frame are holding up well. Only problem is this one is the old style where the canopy wraps around the frame at the ground, and is chaffing thru. You will not have a problem with this on the model you are showing. Good Luck.

Do a search a few key words regarding this type of cover. There have been discussions on them before.
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I don't know about the East coast but here on the
west they are on sale right now 10x20 for $79.00
I have 2 for my boats and
im going to get another for shade on Jobs.
Check www.ganahllumber.com
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Make sure they are snow load rated if your in a area that gets
more than a inch or two .
when they fall on your boat they can do some damage.

www.necanopy.com
I found them to be very helpful and they have a lot of different
type's ,custom too.

Im buying some parts to make my own from them.
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Yep Snow packing is a real
problem here in SoCal close to the Beach.
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I have one of these shelters to try this winter it's 13' wide and 50' long and 12' high so I can get trailer and all totally covered...Fred

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