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Old 19 August 2008, 18:41   #51
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I have, or rather my mam has now cut the cover and fitted 4 zips into it to allow it to fit around the A-frame. Just needs an extra length of shock cord to go in the rear piece between the toob ends and it will all be finished.
Worked out ok in the end
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Old 19 August 2008, 18:44   #52
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I have, or rather my mam has now cut the cover and fitted 4 zips into it to allow it to fit around the A-frame. Just needs an extra length of shock cord to go in the rear piece between the toob ends and it will all be finished.
Worked out ok in the end
Smart!
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Old 05 September 2008, 16:05   #53
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THE ADD FOR THE BOAT COVERS IS TEMPORARY UN AVAILABLE
HAVE ONE OFF YOU GUYS GOT A CONTACT No ECT

THANKS
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Old 05 September 2008, 18:51   #54
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Yes, but I don't know the std code from Mars

Try 0870 043 4942

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Your caps lock is on again
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Thanks for that Number Downhilldai. std code for mars 01983
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Old 06 September 2008, 06:23   #56
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So, who does a 7m cover in black,grey or silver?
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Old 06 September 2008, 06:45   #57
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So, who does a 7m cover in black,grey or silver?
Oh be careful!
Pop over to Port Isaac and see Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, he'll tell you which colours will 'work' for you!
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It's a shame dayglo fades so fast or I'd have a dayglo cover so the morons in cars would actually see the boat

It'd be handy as a deterrent against theft too. No-one wants to nick something that bloody obvious and removing a cover takes time...
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Pop over to Port Isaac and see Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, he'll tell you which colours will 'work' for you!
You may scoff, to get it wrong would make my Missus very poorly.
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So, who does a 7m cover in black,grey or silver?
speedwellstar on Ebay.

I got one last year, and it seems quite good, nice heavy duty material, but a bit short. Bought another this year though to lengthen the first one, and not as good - they were sent a shipment of the wrong grade covers, so had thinner material.
Give them a call and ask when they are getting the heavier duty ones in again, I sent mine back and am waiting for those...

Just don't be misled by the pic that says 24'6" - it's not!
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