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Old 22 September 2005, 09:12   #1
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anybody else on her fed up with tieing down the boat cover with ropes takes forever to untie and then another mission to rope up again I have seen some quick release elastic cord with ajustable fitting but don't know where to buy it any help in this direction would be appreciated many thanks Milan

PS. searched the net but no help there.
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Old 22 September 2005, 10:04   #2
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couldnt you just use a plastice side release buckle like this and some elastic strap cut and sewn onto your cover

you can get both from here http://www.sewing.co.uk
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Old 22 September 2005, 10:16   #3
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I just use bunge
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Old 23 September 2005, 05:14   #4
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couldnt you just use a plastice side release buckle like this and some elastic strap cut and sewn onto your cover

you can get both from here http://www.sewing.co.uk
Thanks for that Roycruse really helpfull web site cheers Milan
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Old 23 September 2005, 05:15   #5
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I just use bunge
Proplem with that Hightower is there all different lengths how do you cope with that on your own cover
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Old 23 September 2005, 11:40   #6
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I just use an 18'x25' tarp tied bow and stern with a whole load of housebricks on the floor around it. It makes my boat look like crap so the thieves move onto something else...
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I just use an 18'x25' tarp tied bow and stern with a whole load of housebricks on the floor around it. It makes my boat look like crap so the thieves move onto something else...
Cracking idea no need for ropes ever again
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Untill you get a gale that gets under the tarp and pulls it out from under the bricks exposing your nice shiney RIB for all the world to see...
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Old 23 September 2005, 16:35   #9
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Is this what you are after?
www.tarpaulinsdirect.co.uk/TarpaulinsSite/category/TARPACCS%5FFASTEN/[/url]
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www.tarpaulinsdirect.co.uk/TarpaulinsSite/category/TARPACCS%5FFASTEN/[/url]
FAntastic cheers smithy another belting web site
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