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    Who is going to Busters this year and get one put on? I know me and Ken210 are going to do it.
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    A topper or complete boat cover Mr.Gray?
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    Opps, I meant topper
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    R-U doing one that can be removed? like the standard soft top material?
    just over the back deck. or will it be permanent?

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    I know I'm going to do the camper cover with fully enclosed sides and back. And if I can get it done I want to be able to remove half of the top. From mid deck to the transom. And I think Gary was hinting to not to stand in our way!!

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    We`ll be doing it as well...front half this season and finish it off next year with full enclosure. It will be nice sometimes to have the option...last years sunburn reminded me of the Keys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by POLE BENDER View Post
    R-U doing one that can be removed? like the standard soft top material?
    just over the back deck. or will it be permanent?

    Yes the soft top over the back deck. I will have the one that I can put half or whole up.
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    Just curious Gray, what do they charge for this, and how many holes do they have to drill in your boat?

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    I had my installed by Buster's last year and it was a little over 2 grand. As far as holes they have to drill serveral, one for each place it buttons to the boat. Mine is on a slide so they had to mount the track to both gunnels. I posted some pictures in this other thread and you can see the snaps on the boat.
    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/showthread.php?t=40667

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrogers View Post
    Just curious Gray, what do they charge for this, and how many holes do they have to drill in your boat?
    I was told about $1,800 not including the 10% off
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    Talking busters

    Buster will be building a slant back and short rear deck cover for a new Wooldridge pilot some friends just got. Busters booth will be right across from the beer/wine garden at the show.

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