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Decent Off-The-Shelf Covers? 2 years 7 months ago #114914

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Anyone know of a decent off the shelf cover for a 1960 16 footer? I have it on a lift that's covered, but I'd like an additional layer of protection from bird poop and debris blowing into it. Any suggestions from experience?

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Re:Decent Off-The-Shelf Covers? 2 years 7 months ago #114918

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Re:Decent Off-The-Shelf Covers? 2 years 7 months ago #114935

I use the cheapest cover from Walmart.com for my 14' 4" 1966 Niagara. $40 and included straps to tie it down to trailer.I probably won't ever tow with it in place - more for use while parked in the garage.

For the money, I could not beat it. Fits pretty well, too.

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Dave Nau - 1966 MFG Niagara with 1963 Mercury 350 (35hp) outboard and 1966 Tee Nee trailer. Second boat is a 1962 MFG Edinboro with a 1984 Evinrude 70hp and Holsclaw trailer.
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