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    Is there anyone/place that makes a cover for a Daytona besides having one custom made? Doesnt need to be a tow cover. Just looking for something to keep the boat out of sight while in the hotel parking lot etc.
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    I bought a 21' v hull (inboard)cover from Academy ($100) and fold the excess (very little)up front under the sponsons. I only wanted a cover to keep the dust out,but it fits way better than I expected.I'll try to find the exact model if you need... Pat

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    I didnt think of buying a bigger V hull cover that would probably work. And wal-mart sells them.
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    Costco sells a grey felt car cover for like 60$ and its the one that is for the caddy, the big one, it will cover the pump too! better hope it dont get windy though! lol

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    This is what i got for my sleekcraft. under 200and towable. Love it!!

    http://www.overtons.com/modperl/boat...Tri-Hull%20I/O
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