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Old 10 March 2009, 11:27   #1
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Anyone ever used these guys? http://www.outboardcovers.co.uk
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Old 10 March 2009, 12:37   #2
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Yes, got the splash cover and the full cover, more expensive than others I have had but still like new after 2 years. The boat sits outside all year round and no sign of wear.
The picture is the splash cover only taken a few days ago.

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Old 10 March 2009, 14:36   #3
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They look pretty good if a bit pricey! I would want the 'wrinkles' removed (as shown on their website) for that money though! If they have patterns for common makes/models, you would think that they would have been ironed out by now?
They say it's a "second skin", but looks a bit like Nora Batty's tights in some of the pics of the splash covers. Maybe my eyes are deceiving me? Do you have wrinkles Kwil?
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Old 10 March 2009, 17:47   #4
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No wrinkles fits like a glove, quite tight to get on and off, but a really good fit if you put it on correctly. The hardest bit is getting a good grip to pull it all the way on and making sure it is on square. In the previous post I had just had it off and not fully pulled down the front corner because I was going to give it wash when I got home and give the engine a good clean after standing most of the winter.

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