|I too cannot use my old bimini with the new Monster Tower. Does anyone out there have any pictures of the Monster bimini when opened? My local dealer was unable to make one they would be happy with because front legs are more narrow than the back. Any thoughts? |
|These are from the monster site |
|These are hot off the press, I took them last Friday |
|Guess I should mention, I'm using my cleats to hold the straps which is why the rear ones are so far back.|
|Thats twice in the last week Monster Tower put pics of an empty boat on this site. |
|It's to cold for the models, goose bumps and others :-) do go well in photos, at least ones for magazines! Got everyone on hot standby for a warm weekend - then the problem is to be corrected.|
|By b (banks) on Monday, February 23, 2004 - 6:18 pm:
|dude that tige' is sweet|
|I am going to attempt to cut my bimini down to fit under the Monster before I order one. |
Hopefully I can use the same mounts so I don't have to leave any holes in my boat.
See http://www.inboardtalk.com/tower/tower.html toward the bottom.
It looks easy enough to just take a few inches out of the center and then have a canvas shop sew the top to fit.
Love the new Monster Boat Bill! My next one will be very similar. Maybe even have a Monster Tower on it since Tige's come w/that ugly tower.
(Message edited by chane on February 25, 2004)
|Thanks for the comments on the new sled, we are loving it - or at least will more when the weather and water warms up! I miss the top end of my old outboard SeaRay but other than that it's all I could have ever dreamed for and more.|