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Old 21 January 2021, 09:49   #1
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Rib cover material

Hi all,

I’m in the process of recovering my rib. The old cover is a large heavy winter trailer cover which is fine for when she is on the drive in the winter, but I want a lightweight summer cover for when she’s on the mooring.

I’m looking at different materials and I can’t make up my mind on what is best to use.

I’ve looked at weathermax, sunbrella, top gun amongst others but if anyone on here has any advice on what they have or have used in the past that would be brilliant.

Thanks in advance
Craig
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Old 21 January 2021, 14:27   #2
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Try Odyssey. Lighter weight than topgun. Single sided waterproof coating.
If it flaps in the wind, like everything, it will break down. It is a good fabric.
https://www.kayospruce.com/odyssey.html
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