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nar722 01-08-2013 5:26 PM

boat cover accessory
 
http://westlandcovers.com/hangtytevid.html

Has anyone ever tried this product? I have had problems with water pooling on my cover during a heavy rain and this seems like a good solution. However, I don't feel like cutting a hole in an expensive cover only to find out this gadget does not work

boardman74 01-08-2013 5:29 PM

Looks like the same thing that comes on the Tige factory covers. If so it works great.

NotSure123 01-08-2013 6:14 PM

I watched the whole video, but got sidetracked and forgot to pay attention to the product....

kidding aside, it looks legit....as long as they are priced right and hold up the wind w/o ripping through...? You could always just install a few female snap buttons in the low areas of your cover, get few wooden dowel rods, install the male ends of the buttons on the ends of the dowels, cut and adjust the heights, and bam got a solution for less than $10...?

mikebu 01-08-2013 7:46 PM

Corey at http://evolutioncovers.com/ will do something similar in that he will sew on a patch with a loop in his covers under the middle of the tower and then you string a adjustable bungie cord to the loop and the tower. He recommends doing this but many customers don't like it so you have to ask him to do it.

wakebrdjay 01-08-2013 7:51 PM

That's Cobe's company and his wife,Tarah,showing it.

wakebrdjay 01-08-2013 8:09 PM

Cobe's product*

grant_west 01-08-2013 9:39 PM

Thats Pretty cool. The cover on our pontoon boat has these( but they are supported by poles not the tower) and they work as Vents as well. These look like they just work as a Pull point for the cover, Great simple Idea

SangerTom 01-08-2013 10:57 PM

Overtons and West Marine both sell a cover support pole. I got one that has vinyl straps that go from the bow to the support pole to the transom. It goes underneath the cover so there are no holes to cut. Works pretty good.

bwake 01-09-2013 2:02 AM

I just got the local upholstery shop to stich in a piece that attaches to a bungy cord that i tie to the tower. Works fine. Dont know why it isnt standard on these covers.


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