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    Default Got my canvas, bring on the rain.

    Just picked up the boat from Busters, new top looks great.



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    Looking good, hopefully you wasted your $ though cause the summer is gonna be nice!! LOL!
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    Looks like a very good fit.

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    Yep I agree with BK, now that you spent all that money on the cover, we will have the nicest summer ever. J/k, actually I could care less about the rain, it has never stopped me from fishing, but that dang wind sure has plenty of times. Cover looks good though, you and your family enjoy it.
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    Nice JR. Did you get the support bars on sliders so you can fold it up easy?
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    I did get the slider rails so the back half will fold up over the ball cap. Its not really a cover for me, I have Grundens for that, its more for the wife and kids. Seems like they don't like to get wet all the time.

    If I have to buy a new boat canvas every year to get great weather I think I would do it. Here is hoping to it getting sun faded this summer.
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    I hope to see it in the sunshine!

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    Very nice.

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    Looks pretty good. I think I will stick with my red neck set up for now, but once I am flush with cash like you I will make the plunge.
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    JR2,

    Looks sweet and I'll bet you get plenty of opportunities to try it out...way cheaper than an unhappy wife, too!
    See you out on the water...

    IceKing02

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