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    Posted: 06/04/2018 at 4:12pm
The new style boat covers Pontoonstuff sells are awesome! Had almost 50 gallons of water pool and not a rip or tear!

Craig n Paula
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I just purchased a Carver trailering cover for my pontoon boat.  Instead of the 4 upright supports, I decided to make a "spine" out of 1 1/2 inch PVC that will support the cover uniformly going down the highway.  Once finished I will post of a couple of pics.  Glad you like your cover.
UPDATE:  This trailering cover is the worst purchase I have made for the boat.  It is a nightmare going down the road.  Billows out and blocks view tremendously.  A major pain to put up and take down.
I have stopped using it as a trailering cover and just use is a my winter cover and it got screwed up by winds just doing that.  I now trailer my boat uncovered.
In my opinion if anyone is looking for a trailering cover, I would say DON"T !

Edited by richinnc - 05/06/2020 at 7:15pm
The great thing about excruciating pain is....at least you know you are alive.
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