rbcoomer wrote:Any news on the XXXL version to go over the whole boat and keep the bird **** off???
salamis wrote:I lay the ironwork down before fitting the tonneau cover. It did lay directly on the gel coat which started to scratch so I made a couple of acrilic blocks to take the weight and the cover then just goes over everything. I'ml be pleased to show you when we meet up next at Saxon.
Sorry they didn't stand up to this harsh weather but they were on your boat looking fine last Sunday as we popped along to check on Avalon what with all this rain so took a look at your little devices and all was well then.
Matt13 wrote: but I suppose its better than taking wet carpet home after everytime it rains!
JORIDAPILOT wrote:Matt13 wrote: but I suppose its better than taking wet carpet home after everytime it rains!
Ditch the carpet, it will deteriorate with time anyway and fit fake teak decking
http://www.sportsboat.co.uk/forum/index ... =viewtopic as my earlier post, doesn't matter too much if it gets wet, it drys off quite quickly.
snuggtopz wrote:fake teak is sooo expensive, i looked at it for my Trophy . After all it's just
Ed wrote:snuggtopz wrote:fake teak is sooo expensive, i looked at it for my Trophy . After all it's just
But there are no alternatives!?
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