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    Default My homemade boat cover

    I just finished this thing, so I wanted to show it off. My 10 ft. zodiac sits in the water and the sun 24/7, So I decided to make a cover for it.<-----(too cheap to pay someone to do it) It turned out pretty good for a first timer I think.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Sass View Post
    I just finished this thing, so I wanted to show it off. My 10 ft. zodiac sits in the water and the sun 24/7, So I decided to make a cover for it.<-----(too cheap to pay someone to do it) It turned out pretty good for a first timer I think.



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    Damn good job Todd. Are you taking orders yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    Damn good job Todd. Are you taking orders yet?
    LOL, I must be getting hosed on the material, or using too expensive of material. It would cost $720 just to buy the sunbrella material to do one for a 25 ft boat. Maybe they use cheaper material for normal boat covers, Arent they like $200 at Wallmart?(Wally's Marine Supply)

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    hey is that stepside for sale??


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    Quote Originally Posted by 707DOG View Post
    hey is that stepside for sale??
    No, its not mine. I fixed it for a guy that works for me, and it's been sitting there since last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Sass View Post
    No, its not mine. I fixed it for a guy that works for me, and it's been sitting there since last year.
    Cool! Mind if I park my Lavey next to it Oct-April?

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    707 dog i have a 69 step for sale 383 with 700 r nice 5,700 give me your e mail iwill sand pic if your interisted

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    Nice sew job Todd, can I drop off some socks and undies that need a little repair???



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    Quote Originally Posted by highvoltagehands View Post
    Cool! Mind if I park my Lavey next to it Oct-April?
    Hey back off Im trying to give him my twins for the winter!!!!!!!!
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    Good job Todd, by the way what is that junk in the backround unter the other cover???It looks like it has two points on it... You need to make a cove for that also...

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    Quote Originally Posted by highvoltagehands View Post
    Cool! Mind if I park my Lavey next to it Oct-April?
    Quote Originally Posted by BIGJOEDUCKSLAYER View Post
    Hey back off Im trying to give him my twins for the winter!!!!!!!!
    You can lock em in the mid-cabin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hullshot View Post
    Good job Todd, by the way what is that junk in the backround unter the other cover???It looks like it has two points on it... You need to make a cove for that also...
    oh that, thats all thats left of my home equity

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